Preachers of a Different Gospel

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 →

Doubts and Poisons

Poison. That's how a friend recently described my new "convictions." I had given him answers to some questions and he disagreed with them. A few years back we would have provided the same answers to those questions. But today my answers do not agree with his Charismatic theology. And he called it poison. I remember... Continue Reading →

Not Without Hope

Paul wrote in his first letter to the Corinthians that he preached a gospel that had been given to him by the Lord. And he went on to explain that that gospel was no strange gospel. It was a clear gospel. It was the gospel that Peter and the apostles were also preaching. It was... Continue Reading →

Trusting God During a Pandemic

I have nothing new to say about the coronavirus. Countless of resources have been released by people more knowledgeable about the pandemic than myself. So I won't be sharing deep insights that somehow managed to have escaped their brilliant minds. I started writing this post because I was recently made to think more about the... Continue Reading →

Do You Pray?

Samuel I. Prime's book The Power of Prayer gives an account of the New York revival of 1857-1858. I had not heard of that revival before I purchased the book. It was a revival of prayer, one that did not resemble many other historic revivals—a point that Prime continually reminds his readers throughout the book.... Continue Reading →

My Preaching Experience in February

February was an interesting month. I preached three times in February, the same number of times I preached in the entirety of 2019. Preaching is serious business, and I can say that preaching in February was one of the hardest things I have ever done. I have greater respect for preachers who get on their... Continue Reading →

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