Yes, the poor, destitute and illiterate are selling their votes for Naira and Kobo, but you young, strong, bright, talented and educated Nigerian, how much are you selling your future for?
As Christians, we spend a lot of time praying and praising. A resultant effect of this is that God consistently open doors we need to be opened up for us.
The Lord is my shepherd, I shall not want… He prepareth a table before me, in the presence of mine enemies: what next?
It seems some Christians have gone so high in Christianity, they have come so deep into the new testament, they have come so far from the Mount Sinai, at their current level, the ten commandments have been updated to ten suggestions.
When Jesus Christ referred to some people talking about doing wondrous works through His name, it is easy to conclude on the culprits being Fake Miracle Workers.
A lot of us are familiar with the story of the prodigal son, a part of his life we are not very much aware of is his journey from “the far country” to his father’s house. We are not conversant with the way home.
Of everyone in Nigeria, a good percentage of us are either Christians or Muslims, with the remaining ones being Traditional Worshipers, and a lesser percentage
“Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.” Those are the words of Christ and those are the same words the road to hell is currently being decorated with, and folks are being finessed to take that route daily.