Moses, dear Moses (2)

I find myself so sentimentally attached to this world that I cast out the devil each time he brings the thought of having to leave it behind for a New Jerusalem somewhere. Well, someone just whispered that such thoughts are from the Holy Spirit and not from the devil. 

When a male is not a MAN

It takes the wisdom and courage of a man to run a home. It takes a spirited effort of a man to stand noble and faithful to the wife of his youth. A male husband will flirt with anything in skirt (although they now come in trousers). A male father is what every child should pray against and may God please answer such prayers.

Moses, dear Moses

How did she break the good news to your mother? “Mummy, your worries are over. The king’s daughter wants you immediately at the palace.” Saying it this way would have confused your mother. Mama would have wondered why being wanted at the palace was good news to Miriam. It would have been ironically confusing, because at this period in history, I guess, no Hebrew gets excited visiting the palace. Being wanted at the palace can only spell T-R-O-U-B-L-E! Mama would have thought she was wanted for defying the king’s order by sparing

Money: An Agent of Distortion 

In the wisdom of the elders, (you don’t call them elders for the fun of it o), they knew the soldiers would need a chariot/carriage that would assist their new found ministry to travel far and wide.

It’s all about the king


This may not be the worst of them, but it’s certainly one of the most unfortunate stories of the Bible. It’s a story of a free fall from grace to grass. In the story, you’ll see glory truncating at its peak. This story will lead you to pray never to commit the same error as the victim. It will make you pay more attention to the details of your life. This story will re-echo whatever you need to get right to prevent you from being suddenly banished from Glory Land. Do have a reflective reading!

Vashti is the name. I used to be a queen until I was dethroned and replaced. Ordinarily, it’s my death that should make my position as the queen vacant, but while still living, another occupied my place. It didn’t just happen; something led to it. There was something I did that made my dethronement as…

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Very insightful, sir



When therefore the Lord knew how the Pharisees had heard that Jesus made and baptized more disciples than John,

(Though Jesus himself baptized not, but his disciples,)

He left Judaea, and departed again into Galilee.” John 4:1-3 (KJV)

There are many issues here for my consideration, yet there are few matters that border on the pattern of Jesus’ discipleship, His consistence, wisdom and self-effacing attitude, which I need to note for my journey and labour.

The first thing that struck my heart is the kind of knowledge Jesus had about the situation He found Himself. I notice that Jesus did not just know that the Pharisees heard that He made and baptized more disciples than John, but He also knew how they heard it.

Why should I be carried away by what a man knows or says about me and I will…

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