Tag: faith

Reader Questions: Dina on Remarriage

Hi dear readers, I’m starting something new, by striving to answer hard questions on my blog through new posts, as a lot of my content is thought-provoking, and may require further clarity.  I’m starting with a series of questions by Dina on remarriage.  You may post questions as […]

The Gift of Sight

“That seeing they may see, and not perceive; and hearing they may hear, and not understand; lest at any time they should be converted, and their sins should be forgiven them”. (Mark 4:12) By this saying, Jesus lets us know that spiritual vision is a gift, withheld from […]

Ufuomaee’s Seven Reasons To Wait

The pressure is ON to loose your virginity like yesterday!!!  Parents who might have otherwise counseled you, forbade you or restricted you from sexual involvement before marriage, are now encouraging you to use protection because they have given in to the belief that YOU WILL DO IT ANYWAY, […]

Blessed in the Valley

“Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I’ll fear no evil; for You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me ” (Psalms 23:4) I feel overwhelmed, challenged and on the brink of failure. I have so much to do, […]

Hanging by the river…

Sometimes, when we are set free, we are still bound by our fear.  Mostly, it is the fear of change, failure and/or rejection, which stops us from walking in our new liberty.  We hang around the familiar, the common, and do not exercise our faith.  This is not […]

The Last Man Standing

If God was a comedian, He would be the last man standing!  He has such an amazing sense of humour, which is clearly evident in nature.  Sometimes, I can’t help laughing at what the Lord has done, or at myself when I wake up to the realisation that […]

Where Was God?

That must be the most asked question around.  From Atheists to Believers, at any point in time, someone going through a hardship or immense trial is asking – ‘where is God?’.  We all sort of expect Him to show up just when we need Him, only when we […]