Devotional

THE STONE HAS BEEN ROLLED AWAY

You are a sister. You got this new job in a consulting company through a church member that works there. This is the exact kind of job you’ve been praying for. Your dream job. You are well respected among your members in church. For many of the ladies, you are a role model. When you …

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UNDERSTANDING SPIRITUAL DISCERNMENT.

At the moment, I’m reading Richard Brandson’s ‘Business made Bare.’ If you are familiar with the Virgin Arline, you’ll know that the man behind that multinational business is a billionaire and the CEO of Virgin Group worldwide. This post isn’t about how to make money or steps to acquiring wealth, but there was something related …

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Devotional fiction

NO LONGER A SLAVE TO SHAME

I was happy…I mean very happy until that knock on the door and my life came tumbling down. If only my landlord hadn’t knocked that afternoon. ‘Stella!’ I turned off the gas, brought down my eguisi soup and hurried to the entrance before the old man breaks my door. His face read worry and that …

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Devotional purpose

DOES GOD HAVE A PLAN FOR MY LIFE?

By 2011, I had begun to ask myself serious questions about life and to seek God for a perspective of  my journey here on earth. During my youth service somewhere in Benue State, I began to wonder, ‘After service, what next?’ I had worked my Place of Primary Assignment (P.P.A) to a secondary school because …

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PERSONAL REVIVAL THAT BRINGS LASTING RESULTS

While I was a corp member in the secondary school I was posted to, I had a meeting with three of my students every Wednesday evening where we shared God’s Word together. It was a beautiful time for us as we sat in one of the staff rooms and talked about God’s dealings with us. …

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A MESSAGE OF HOPE: GOD’S COMMITMENT TO YOU.

I was walking towards the bus stop when I saw Iyabo coming out of a supermarket. It suddenly occurred to me that for about three Sundays, I had not seen her anywhere in church. That was unusual of Iyabo who was one of the dedicated sisters in our church. Her eyes lit up when she …

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