Oh, my soul, hope thou in God. He is the health of your countenance and your God.
I have often wondered about how I would die. Would it be quick, coming after an accident or a medical emergency or naturally in my sleep? Or would it be slow, allowing me to prepare and put my house in order? What would be my last words if I knew I had just a few... Continue Reading →
There is always the desire among Christians to know God's will. But I wonder if we have emphasized "knowing" God's will at the expense of "doing" God's will. There is a difference between knowing God's will and actually doing it. It is one thing for a man or woman to know what God requires and... Continue Reading →
I rarely read Christian books written by Nigerian authors. This is not because I think Nigerian authors have nothing to say, but because good indigenous books--books that are faithful to Scripture and clear about the gospel--are really scarce. My countrymen aren't well known for their sound theology as they are for many other things (which... Continue Reading →
No one knows tomorrow. And no one disputes that fact (maybe some people do, but I am yet to meet any of them). The Christian affirms that only the Sovereign God knows what tomorrow will bring. The Scriptures testify that mortal man does not have the ability to see beyond that which God enables him... Continue Reading →
I know this may come as a shock to you, my dear friend. I am recovering from the shock of this discovery myself. I recently discovered that all this while, we have been lied to by men who did not know what it meant to be saved. I’m sorry, but I do not think we’re... Continue Reading →