Tag: forgiveness

Editor’s Pick: 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 Church Girl – The Original (5)

Ifeanyi dashed after Mary, and caught up with her at the end of the driveway.  He pulled her to himself passionately.  “Where are you going?” he asked, looking intently into her eyes. “It’s ok, Ifeanyi.  I’m not mad at you,” Mary said, looking away, to hide the tears […]

The Physician

There was a rich man who lived long ago in Manchester, England. He owned his own land and slaves and had many concubines in addition to his beautiful wife and three gorgeous daughters. They lived the life of the nobels and enjoyed great health and prosperity. As a […]

The Hard Road To Forgiveness

The road to divorce was long and hard. I must have died a thousand deaths along the way. The first time was when he confessed to me what he had done. In tears, he told me his horrible secret and broke my heart. He destroyed my trust and […]

Scared Of Myself…

“Abide in me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself, except it abide in the vine; no more can ye, except ye abide in me” (John 15:4). Last week Thursday, I published a response post (it’s deleted now), following a post by another […]