I can understand and even relate to one taking the blame for another. But, to the point of death?! Who would do that for a friend, let alone for someone who could not care less? I can never seem to wrap my head around it. Why?! Why would anyone do that? I ask myself, over… Continue reading 25th Psalm
Consider the gravity of the demand placed on Abraham by God, to leave his country, relatives, and father's house to an unknown place (Genesis 12; Hebrews 11:8), with no assurance of accommodation or acceptance (humanly speaking). How unpleasant and inconvenient it must have been for him and his family. And Noah, who was given an… Continue reading One step at a time
For once you were full of darkness, but now you have light from the Lord. So live as people of light! For this light within you produces only what is good and right and true. Carefully determine what pleases the Lord. Ephesians 5:8-10 NLT Each day presents opportunities to make choices. For starters, the alarm… Continue reading Reward for doing right (Godliness)
I remember cultivating Cucumbers for a school project. The seeds were so tiny you could easily lose them during planting if you were not careful. It was up to me(well, partly) to determine the yield, by nurturing and caring for the plant. I was not sure what size of the harvest to expect, but I… Continue reading Harvester’s Choice: sowing and reaping
My grandmother passed on recently and was kept in the morgue. So, I and some family members visited her last week. Though I hesitated to enter the room, I stood at the entrance, still and just staring at her lifeless body. Then the tears came. Streaming down my cheeks in quiet procession, but I was… Continue reading I visited a Morgue!
As Christians, we go through a phase where we feel disconnected from God and it seems hard to find our way back to Him. Well, I have been there recently and I know I am not alone. If you have been at this stage in your spiritual journey; are in it or you see yourself… Continue reading Back to my roots