New Music: Gospel Artist Olamiji Releases a New Single Titled “Na God Dey Do Am”

Gospel sensation Olamiji is a kingdom soldier, a worship leader at His Treasure House Abuja, and a team member of Treasure in Clay. He kicks off with another hit single titled Na God Dey Do Am.

He explains the inspiration behind this song…..”Na God Dey Do Am” is a song of dancing and celebrating the Lord for all the good He has done. This track is already receiving positive reviews online and a top notch sound to make you forget about your worries.

According to the worship leader, his purpose is to be the voice that reminds the “church” of the need to understand and fully maximize their new identity in Christ and also be thankful always for everything He does..

Enjoy this one, and watch this space for more tunes and to follow in due time.

Download Na God Dey Do Am

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The Secret Of Yes Ma’am And Yes Sir

The Story
If you have been around me at all, you have probably been called sir or ma’am😊😊😊. I was talking with a colleague just the other day and I answered the phone, “yes ma’am how are you?” Her response was, “first you can not call me ma’am, it makes me feel old.” I went on to explain that it was not meant to call her old, but simply how I was raised and its a term that I use even for my little sister.

I then thought about why that term was so prevalent in my life. I was raised by my parents and even my teachers in my community Ikorodu Lagos Nigeria to use these terms when speaking to anyone older than I was. Well as a child, that was pretty much everyone. But these terms were to show honour and respect to those older than I was. So even though I may not have known it at the time, my parents were teaching me the same thing that Peter tells us in the New Testament.

The Verse
1 Peter 2:17 – “Honour everyone. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honor the emperor.”

Honour is Deserved its Decided
In other words, there is nothing that someone else can do to “get” honour. Honour is given by others, it is given by you. Think about who you honour (or dishonour) each day. Honour is also not something that we should be “picky” about giving out. Look at the verse above, “Honour Everyone….Honour the emperor” there are no stipulations here, it doesn’t say “honour everyone that you are friends with”, or “honour the emperor if you voted for him.”

Honour is About Receiving the Authority Above You
Have you ever seen a young person that could care less about authority? Maybe this person doesn’t listen or pay any attention to those above him/her that have more wisdom. The benefit of honour is for that young person, not for the elder. Those who we honour get nothing out of it, if you think about it. The real benefit comes to the one giving honour. It humbles us to a point where we are able to receive the blessing and authority of those above us. Even though it is hard to honour those that we may not believe the same things as, or those we do not trust, it is still biblical to honour them and show them respect and love just as Jesus would have had He been here right now.

Application: How do you show honour to others?
After thinking about this and talking about it a good bit in a great small group of guys this week (much of this content is thanks to them and one of my great Pastors, by the way), I have narrowed this down to a couple of simple ways to show honour.

1. LOVE in order to Honour – Simply put, God calls us to love one another. Honour is a by-product of love. Jesus calls us to love everyone, and even goes so far as to specifically call out our enemies (Matt. 5:44). So love those who you should honour, and love the things they love.

2. VALUE in order to Honour – Make a concerted effort to put value on those people and things above you. If you value someone or something, you will honour it as a result. But sometimes you have to put forth an effort to value something or someone. Jesus did it with Zacchaeus (Luke 19) and the woman who touched Him in the crowd (Matthew 9). So show value to those who you should honour and put value on the things they value as well.

I go back to the very simple statement that Peter made…”Honour Everyone.”

When in doubt…Honour.

What Can We Learn About Failure and Family From Avengers: Endgame?

This is a guest post by Tatyana Claytor.

This inspiring piece got my attention when surfing the net this morning. The creativity of this writing is too good to be true as the message is centered on Marvel “The Avengers”.

It’s easy to see how our heroes failed in Infinity War. For one, they had very little advance knowledge of their enemy. Banner’s warning to Dr. Strange and Iron Man came moments before Thanos’s henchman arrived. They are all spread out all over the world with little or no communication. Captain America and Iron Man aren’t on speaking terms. Vision and Scarlet Witch are attempting to live a normal life incognito. Banner hadn’t even been on Earth for a few years. They are divided, and this division leads to their downfall. *Spoilers ahead* if you have not watched the movie.

We see this in how they fought separated battles with Thanos instead of a unified battle. Iron Man, Spiderman, Doctor Strange, and The Guardians of the Galaxy engaged him on Thanos’s old home planet. Though they are almost successful, Quill attacks Thanos when he realizes that he killed Gamorah. This allows Thanos to come out of the Mantis-induced trance and to successfully subdue them all. Dr. Strange then gives up the time stone to save Iron Man’s life.

Back on Earth, the other Avengers are trying to save Vision’s life by removing the mind stone from his forehead to destroy it before Thanos can get it. Thanos’s army arrives, and they run out of time. Scarlet Witch destroys the mind stone, killing Vision, at his request. However, when Thanos arrives moments later, he uses the time stone to turn back time and get the stone. The other Avengers keep trying to kill Thanos before he uses the stones, and Thor with his new weapon comes closest when he slices into Thanos’s chest. Thanos does not die, though, and says that Thor should have aimed for the head instead. He snaps his fingers, disappears into a gateway, and then people begin to disappear.

Failure Divides Them

Each hero carries the weight of failure individually–Iron Man feels guilt about his young protege, Spider-Man; Thor regrets not using a more killing blow; and so on. Their guilt also separates them from each other. In Avengers: Endgame, after Iron Man and Nebula are rescued, what’s left of the team discusses their next steps. Stark, recovering from almost dying and hooked up to an IV angrily accuses Captain America of not being there. He blames him for their defeat.

All hope seems lost until Antman comes back from the Quantum realm with an idea that could give them all another chance. Later, when this new plan is birthed, Iron Man approaches Captain America with forgiveness, saying that the resentment was corrosive. This is a turning point for them as a team. While Iron Man and Captain America are divided, the Avengers are useless. Zemo’s plans begun in Civil War is a large part of their failures in Infinity War. The reversal of that division is what brings them success.

This renewed vision provides the opportunity for them to work together as a team, as a family. This is an important theme in the Avengers series. We see discussions of fatherhood with Iron Man and his father and then his own daughter. We observe Hawkeye and his devotion to his wife and children and Antman with his daughter. But we also see non-traditional families with Thor/Loki and Nebula/Gamorah), and the family of the Avengers for Black Widow. Instead, what made them a family is not blood, but rather commitment, a unified purpose, and a willingness to forgive the past.

Unity Should Be a Priority

There are obvious correlations here to the church. Our strength and success lay in our unity.  Jesus’s final prayer was for the unity of believers and not just those with him at that moment.

I do not ask for these only, but also for those who will believe in me through their word,  that they may all be one, just as you, Father, are in me, and I in you, that they also may be in us, so that the world may believe that you have sent me.  The glory that you have given me I have given to them, that they may be one even as we are one, I in them and you in me, that they may become perfectly one, so that the world may know that you sent me and loved them even as you loved me. John 17:20-23 ESV

Our unity is an important part of our effectiveness. If we want the world to know Jesus as Messiah, our unity or lack of unity has the potential to validate or invalidate this.  We are our own greatest enemy when we allow the same things that brought the Avengers down to bring us down:

  1. Taking failure personally and believing this disqualifies us
  2. Fostering unforgiveness towards other members of the group
  3. Allowing different perspectives to cloud our unified vision
  4. Permitting personal woundedness to distract us from our purpose
  5. Forgetting the power of family– especially chosen family

Overcoming the Enemy

We too have an enemy like Zemo whose purpose is to bring disunity and brokenness among our ranks. He knows that a broken church is a lot less effective than a unified one. He will encourage us to focus on all the ways we are personally wounded by others to get us to forget the mission set before us. Once we are divided, like the Avengers were, he can easily beat us in small skirmishes.

The only way to stop this is to recognize the temptations that beset the church and remember what we have in common–Jesus and the Gospel. This can be our rallying cry though we might differ in a million ways. Captain America and Iron Man disagreed on principles they both held dear, but they also knew they needed each other to get the job done. This trumped their personal differences. Whatever our divisive issues may be, they can never be more important than fulfilling the ministry of reconciliation with which we’ve been entrusted.

[Video]Release: Every Little Thing – Hillsong Young & Free Ft. Andy Mineo

Grammy nominated Hillsong Young & Free recently released a new music video for their hit single “Every Little Thing” featuring Andy Mineo.

The track was originally released on Y&F’s III (Live at Hillsong Conference) and was re-presented on their live and in-studio III (Studio Sessions).

New Hillsong Young & Free album by Billboard. Grab your copy on iTunes.

The youth worship movement continues to redefine Christian music to the masses with their projects and sold out shows across the globe. With over 373 million YouTube channel views, a combined social following of 3 million plus, over 500 million global career streams and 700,000 global unit career consumption, Young & Free has earned five No. 1 career singles and eight Top 5 singles at Hot AC radio.

Their debut album We Are Young & Free landed in the Top 25 on Billboard 200 while Youth Revival garnered the group its first-ever GRAMMY nomination for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album (2017).

You can download this latest rendition of “Every Little Thing” on iTunes today.

watch video below!

The new Hillsong Young and Free new release

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Life Is An Adventure

The very basic core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun. – Jon Krakauer

Your Greatest Success In Life

  • Your greatest success in life is the easiest success you can ever have.
  • It comes by making the greatest decision of life: which is choosing to spend eternity with God in heaven.
  • The success is impossible by your efforts (can never come by your good works).
  • It’s very easy because “God has cancelled your ticket to hell. Hell is no more your destination”.
  • Simply believe in your heart that God raised Jesus from the dead and say with your mouth that Jesus is my Lord and you will have the greatest success ever *assurance of spending eternity with God).
  • Life outside Christ is full of crisis.

Your Life Is Not Defined By What You Have

Never make the mistake of defining your life by what you have in accomplishments, wealth, or others.

Check out these points to always reflect on.

  • Possessions only provide temporary happiness.
  • You can have many possessions and still lose your life.
  • Things do not give value to life, it is life that gives value to things.
  • Your value in life is not determined by your valuables.
  • Getting more money will not make you happier. “True fact”
  • Getting more things will not make you more important.
  • Never think of taking your life because of things. Having life is by far better than having things.

What can we learn from these points. How many incidents have we watched on the television, or read online about suicides. How about family fighting each other because of wealth and properties. How about people killing people for money and wealth. How many rich and wealthy men are in the hospital fighting for their lives.

We should always define life giving value to our daily lives and not the other way around.

Victory Over Attackers And Challenges

Hey Guys,

This topic came to my mind on Friday when I was observing a Night Vigil. It is about victory over attackers and challenges.

What is victory?

Victory is when you have power over any boulder that may stand on your way.

Being a believer or not, the first thing that one needs to do is to have faith in God.

As such, you will receive guidance to find out where fear comes from.

Jesus gave all of us victory over death and other iniquities when he dies on the cross.

It is therefore through prayer that we get to reconnect with our savior who intercedes on our behalf.

You have to trust in God, as he is able to provide us with an inner boldness image.

Having unlimited hope means that you get to have expectant anticipation.


We get all our strength from God

No matter what is happening at any point of our life, hope helps us to grasp on all the promises that God has for us and holding tight to it with prayers hoping that things will get to turn around.

Having hope in Jesus will give us power that will lead us into victory.

Today I declare victory over all the challenges of life that you may be facing.

In life, especially as students, there are many challenges that may make life a little hard and complicated. However, this is part of life.

Challenges and tribulations are part of life and victory is when we are able to triumph above all of them.

With God’s presence, Victory is possible

It is very important for one to speak and believe from the very onset of any challenge that they already have victory over it and they sure will.

Putting their hope in Christ as the guide, it is pretty easy to face all bumps that are on our paths and emerge as victors.

Let me use a character in the bible who was faced with a heavy challenge from attackers and enemies.

Jehoshaphat encountered a big problem. A great multitude of his enemy was readying themselves for battle against him and his people. At first, he didn’t see a solution. Perhaps you feel that way today. But just wait. We are about to see how that problem is a blessing in disguise.

One of the first things we need to do when we have a problem is to establish a purpose. Jehoshaphat didn’t turn to the Lord after he’d tried everything else like so many of us do. Instead, the very first thing he did when trouble came was to seek the Lord. We can come boldly to God’s throne of mercy as Jehoshaphat did (see Hebrews 4:14-16).


When you encounter a problem, it is helpful to look back over your shoulder and see what God did for you in the past. That’s what Jehoshaphat did. God did not save you to abandon you. His name is I AM, not I WAS. If you have seen Him work in your life in the past, believe that He will do so in the future. He is able to bring something good out of every circumstance in your life (see Romans 8:28).


King Jehoshaphat unashamedly poured out to the Lord that the enemy was trying to take away the possessions God had given them. You’re not going to embarrass God by standing on His promises. When trouble comes, you are to copy what King Jehoshaphat did. Look back in your past and see how God has brought you thus far. Then find a promise in the Word of God and stand on it.


Before the battle even began, Jehoshaphat offered praises to God. So many times we want to get in the battle or get to work without as much as a thought to worship God for the blessings and victories He will bring. There is simply nothing more important than worship in preparing to battle problems. The man who kneels before God can stand before any problem.


God is ready to move on your behalf in victory but He will not do one solitary thing until you praise Him. Sadly we secure our defeat by our lack of praise. Prayer infuses us with the energy of God and confuses the enemies of God. If you know your problem is caused by the enemy, then praise the Lord! It doesn’t fit the devil’s grid of how we are to attack problems.


When we attack problems God’s way, we will enjoy His provisions. Confusion came into the camp of the enemy as a result of their praises to God. The battle was won and they gathered all the silver, gold and jewels. The same will happen for you. If the devil attacks you and you praise God, then you’re going to find that the devil becomes God’s messenger boy to bring you riches. When we praise Him, embrace His promises, and stand upon them, that He always brings victory.

Victory is achieved from inside until it overflows to be felt

It is thus necessary to start by having faith and hope and working towards overcoming all challenges and you sure will be able to emerge victorious.

10 Things That Happen When You’re Fighting A Battle No One Knows About

1. You feel all alone even in a big group. You feel disconnected from everyone around you, you can be talking and having great conversations but still feel like no one really gets you or understands what you’re trying to say. You’re more likely to listen than talk because it’s easier this way.

2. People will give you all sorts of labels. They’ll call you ‘moody’ or ‘unpredictable’ or
‘distant,’ but that’s mainly because some days are better than others and no one really knows what’s happening inside you.

3. Talking about it no longer makes you feel better. You talked to your friends, your family and maybe your therapist about it but it’s still a challenge to explain what you’re going through. Sometimes even the wisest person won’t understand what’s happening to you until it happens to them.

4. You’re tired of pretending you’re okay. You’re tired of saying there is nothing wrong with you when there is, you’re tired of having to lie to people about what’s going on and you’re tired of pretending to be strong and smiling when all you want to do is cry. You wish you could just let everyone know what’s wrong with you so they can leave you alone but you also know that it’s not possible.

5. You’re more guarded. You’re not as open and friendly as you used to be. You’re cautious with everything because you don’t want anyone to make your battles worse. People mistake you for being aloof when the truth is you’re just trying to protect yourself.

6. You’re easily disappointed. When you’re fighting a battle no one knows about, the smallest thing can put a damper on your mood and trigger negative emotions. You’re easily hurt by the slightest remarks or even jokes just to give yourself the right to get mad at something.

7. Your mind is perplexed. You’re easily distracted, you’re forgetful and you always feel like there is just not enough hours in the day to do everything you’ve been wanting to do. You’re always stressed out and you’re always anxious — even in your
sleep.

8. You crave isolation. You think the more you participate in real life, the more you screw up. You feel like you need a vacation, somewhere far away — away from people and away from the noise to piece yourself together again.

9. You keep praying but you’re losing hope. You keep praying for things to get better, for things to change but part of you feels like that’s something that will stay with you because you don’t know how to shake it off and you don’t know if anyone can help you with it.

10. You know you’re the only one who can help yourself but you’re still trying to figure out
how.

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When it feels like your world is falling apart ❤

Reposting this wonderful post for joypassiondesire.com

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Be kinder to yourself, especially when it feels like all hope is lost. When you are feeling your worst – that is when you need to be the kindest to yourself.

Other people might sooth you temporarily, but lasting soothing comes from within, and only you can do that.

Give yourself some credit, you have survived every day of your life so far – even though it has been very hard at times. Youare stronger than you think. It is easy to give up, it is easy to feel sad and broken when everything is falling apart – but it doesn’t make things better!

No matter what happened, you have to realize that you are always doing the best you can, given the beliefs, desires and emotional state you are in. So don’t beat up on yourself over what happened – be kinder to yourself! Sooth yourself! Make peace…

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Photos: Skip A Meal: Mission Durunmi Abuja Nigeria

Courtesy of: Women of Grace (His Treasure House International Church)

It was another successful mission outreach on Saturday 16th March, 2019 from the women of grace group in my church. The funniest thing here is that am the only guy in the group. #proudofme

There is nothing in this life as great as sharing love, and giving back to the community.

Giving back to society is in fact vague and misty in nature. There’s so much that we procure from society. There are so many strata of people who make up the whole population of a nation. But they are different from each other. Some are affluent and some are mere stragglers of survival. In many countries, there are masses who don’t even have excess to basic day-to-day requirements. There are also people who have so much in excess, that the amounts if distributed, would solve many problems plaguing most areas around the world.

Here are some deep quotes that relates to my topic.

“If there be any truer measure of a man than by what he does, it must be by what he gives.”
―Robert South

“If you knew what I know about the power of giving, you would not let a single meal pass without sharing it in some way.”

“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
―Winston Churchill

I leave you with this. “Part of being a person is about helping others.”

More photos coming soon.

Expect Failure at First

No plan is perfect the first time it is created. Most plans to accomplish something new will fail over and over again at the beginning. This is to be expected. Your ability to accept feedback and make corrections to the plan of activity is vital to your success. Keep asking, what’s working? and what’s not working? Be more concerned with what’s right rather than who’s right.

Remember the old saying, “back to the drawing board” whenever your plan doesn’t work, relax, take a deep breath, and revisit it.

Focus on the Solution

When you have a problem, resolve to be solution oriented. Expect difficulties as a part of the process and reaolve to respond to them effectively. If you are not achieving your goals on schedule, ask, what is the problem? What else is the problem? What are the solutions? What else is a solution? What can we do now? What is the next step?

It seems that when you begin work on the achievement of a new goal, you immediately experience setbacks, obstacles, difficulties, and temporary failure. This is to be expected. It is normal and natural. It takes tremendous effort to launch something new and make it successful. But this is the price that you have to pay to achieve the goals that you have set for yourself.

Pride Prevents Patient Waiting

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 thing my eyes sighted on was a topic about being patient and not pride.

It is impossible to enjoy waiting if you don’t know how to wait patiently. Pride prevents patient waiting because the proud person thinks so highly of himself that he believes he should never be inconvenience in anyway.

Although we are not to think badly of ourselves, we are also not to think too highly of ourselves. It is dangerous to lift ourselves up to such an elevated place that it causes us to look down on others. If they are not doing things the way we want, or as quickly as we think they should be done, we behave impatiently.

“A humble person will not display an impatient attitude”

Am so relieved right now, I hope you are also???

The Catastrophe Of Identity

Jesus preached an absolute fidelity to the truth. We as His followers are told in Ephesians 6 to “gird our loins with truth“: wrapping your innermost core with God’s word and definitions. Why is this important? Because our innermost core is essentially our identity. If your self-perception is on point and your deepest sense of identity is aligned with the truth of God’s word, you will not lose course. You will be able to weather any storm.

In case you haven’t noticed, there seems to be a little bit of a crazy, waywardness among the world right now. In a fit of lost self-identity, everything now goes as acceptable. Any resistance to this “freedom” is fought with assaults against the identity of the one with an opposing view. Any slew of negative adjectives recently thrown at the Church begins to fill the mind.

The problem is, as a church, we’re listening to these assaults on our identity.

In a misguided effort to be relevant, we’ve become too sensitive to the opinions of the world about us. We’re sacrificing some of the core of our identity and what God defines as right and wrong. We have placed parts of our identity in who the world thinks we are, instead of who God says we are.

Many believers even think that if they win approval from the world, then they are being relatable and serving Jesus better. The only issue is, I think Jesus may or may not have said something to the effect of knowing you’re on His approved course when the world is by and large persecuting you for your beliefs, not silently approving of them. See Matthew 5:10, 2 Timothy 3:12, 1 Peter 4:12-14, etc. Persecution is the sign of doing something right in God’s eyes.

So as an effect, the church can no longer deliver the truth because it too is now struggling with identity. We take our cues on our identity from a world that knows its own so little that it’s confused about whether or not it is okay to be male or female. You, chosen warriors, do not drop your spiritual armor and your mantle to the ground. Do not drop it just because of the constant jeering and pressuring about your identity from the world. The world is in such a dire state it does not know how to even spell the word anymore. That is incredibly silly, akin to a ship captain with a working compass changing his course because some wayward boats are continually wandering pressure him to do so.

So, who are we?

Our past does not define us. The thoughts of others do not define who we are. Our own thoughts about ourselves do not even define us. Thoughts, past actions, and the labels given by others are not the elements defining our true identity. Words from a true authority are what defines us. Specifically, the words of Jesus over us. When you acknowledge who Jesus is, He will in turn acknowledge who you are. When you define Jesus as He really is, He defines you as you really are.

In the nonessentials, sure be relevant. But in the core, unmovable truths of God, be unrelenting. The world *needs* that in the church, whether they realize it or not. It is the “salt” Jesus calls us to be. Some may brand a swirling, uncontrollable global state of “do whatever you want” sin as fresh and freeing, but it’s not. It’s actually ancient, and stale. The most overplayed tune of all that just keeps trying to rebrand itself throughout millennia. Galatians 5 calls it repetitive and joyless.

The doctrines of God are eternal, in both time and depth.

Always fresh and original the deeper you delve into them. Jesus offended a lot of people and never traded in His identity to the endless pressure against it everywhere He went, and He never tried to be fresh or cool. He still ended up being the most refreshing, original, and magnetic being to ever walk the earth.

Do not be afraid to be truth, do not be afraid to speak truth.

Jesus came only to heal the sick. Someone can’t know if they have cancer until they go see a doctor and become informed. Nor can the world know it too is sick unless someone tells them the truth. A doctor can’t heal someone who never comes in for treatment because they’re oblivious to their dying condition. And Jesus truly is the one and only great healer.

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This Month Let’s Make Jesus Famous

              Making Jesus Famous



It is another time of the year to evangelize and make Jesus famous. This month I will be writing more about the gospel, and hope it touches someone out there. You can join me in this outreach.

Should we attempt to make Jesus famous? My response would be, “Can you imagine doing the opposite? Hiding Jesus from a lost world?” Of course, we are to make Jesus famous. We are to publish His name in all the earth. The Bible expects this to be our number one job. We are to proclaim from the rooftops, “Jesus is the Lord, the Savior of humankind.” We are to lift Him up so that all will know his wonderful grace and love.

Habakkuk prayed, “Lord, I have heard of your fame; I stand in awe of your deeds, O Lord.” (3:2).

Paul, in his incarnational hymn of praise, writes, “Therefore God exalted Jesus to the highest place…that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord.” (Phil 2:9-11) That’s just a little bit famous.

Our culture is obsessed with worshipping the “famous ones” of Hollywood and pop music stardom.Many, at this very moment, are grieving the death of one who proclaimed himself the “King of Pop.”

In the midst of this misdirected obsession is it not right and proper to lift up the name of the True King? And, make Him more widely known than any of the pretenders who display only a fading glory. His is the glory that will shine forever. Why not get a head start on worshipping the One who has everlasting glory? Why not make Him the truly “Famous One” in all the earth?

Of course, we want people to move beyond knowing about Jesus to personally encounter Him as God, and as Savior, and as Lord. That goes without saying. But for some people, you have to fill in the lines so they can see the full picture, which is impossible to do when the real issue is not the presenting issue.

Perhaps the objection is rooted in a misunderstanding, that we are to avoid recasting Scriptural principles in the vernacular of our culture. No doubt there is always a danger of miscommunication when we attempt to employ contemporary cultural idioms. Yet, there is a greater danger if we do not. And that is to fail to communicate with this generation at all. It seems to me it’s well worth the risk to employ popular language and concepts to convey biblical truth, which is exactly what the pastor was attempting to do.

Let’s make Jesus famous! In all our communities, work place, schools, and the world! I can’t think of a greater calling than this one thing!

I will be expecting your feedback.

God bless you!!!


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