Originally posted by Joshua Reid. We all go through seasons in our lives when we have to focus on rebuilding our relationship with God. If this is you, here's what the Bible tells us to do. C.S. Lewis once said that “You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are… Continue reading Rebuilding Our Relationship with God
This is a sponsored post. Seyi Awolowo is more than the next winner of Big Brother Naija 2019. He’s a model of leadership who demonstrates traits and characteristics that are essential for present day leaders and professionals. Before and after the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation, Abraham Lincoln confronted a variety of trials and obstacles,… Continue reading Seyi Awolowo: A Leaders Race To Winning Big Brother Naija 2019 “Pepperdem”
To be honest, I struggle with this. As a motivational blogger and an easy going person, I find myself feeling or acting like I'm more valuable than others. But I'm not. Every human life is worth exactly the same. And any action or behavior or statement that leads anyone to believe otherwise, is wrong. Culture encourages… Continue reading Please Stop Judging People. Here’s Why!
Trust your day is going great guys. So this morning I was really bothered about my future and what and what am yet to be done around me. I tried distracting myself with house chores and stuffs but to no avail. Later on, I picked an old jotter of mine and started reading. The first… Continue reading Pride Prevents Patient Waiting
Both men received the same sentence, Both would serve the same penalty, One man would live in paradise, The other too blinded to see. One’s heart was stonily calloused, His sins he refused to see, The other fully acknowledging, Why he’d been led to Mt. Calvary Dragging their crosses behind them, Gave them time to… Continue reading One And The Other
It is a conceit of the young to believe that because something has occurred to them, it is a novel idea, one unknown to previous, plodding generations. This tendency cuts across the board and includes young Christians. And then they read the classical philosophers… the Church Fathers… the Protestant Reformers… the Enlightenment thinkers… Alexis de… Continue reading What Young People Need To Know About Humility
1. A guy met one of his school mates several years after school and he could not believe his eyes; his friend was driving one of the latest sleek Mercedes Benz cars. He went home feeling awful and very disappointed in himself. He thought he was a failure. What he didn't know was that his… Continue reading The Funny Thing About Life!!!
I don't know anyone who hasn't wished for more than they have or at least, very few. And, those few who said they had enough were usually people who had already lived a full life and amassed a substantial amount of money so they never had to worry about paying their bills or living the… Continue reading What Is Enough?
Soon another Holy Week will be upon us, beginning with Palm Sunday and culminating with Easter Sunday. It was “the week that changed the world.” The week began in a humble, triumphant sort of way. That may seem like an oxymoron. Jesus was hailed as a king, but rode in on a donkey---a humble way… Continue reading Repost: What Was the ‘Crime’ of Jesus That Got Him Crucified? #Easter #History #Crucifixion
There was a bird who lived in a desert, very sick, no feathers, nothing to eat and drink, no shelter to live in. One day a dove was passing by, so the sick unhappy bird stopped the dove and inquired, "where are you going?" The dove replied " I am going to heaven". So the… Continue reading Reflection Time
You know what I have learned to really treasure in life? Humility. There was a time when I thought that being humble meant being weak so I stayed away from it. But as I started walking on this path that I am now walking, and as I began to learn more and more about who… Continue reading How Being Humble Can Make Your Life Happier: Repost