Daily Archives: May 16, 2016


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May 2016
How Do I Exercise Faith?

(This is the third of 4 posts on Faith. Read the previous post here.) Before we begin, we’ll do a recap of our discussions from the previous posts.  We discussed: How to create “Things I Do Not See”, “What I Hope For” and “Better Me” list Why faith is important this year – it’s a way to please God and obtain a good report How to build our faith – Increasing our knowledge of God and dealing with faith destroyers To continue our discourse, we must stress that the focus of faith......

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May 2016
The Possibility Triangle

(This is the fourth of 4 posts on Faith. Read all previous posts here) In Mark 10:27b, Jesus looked at his disciples and said, “With man this is impossible, but not with God; All things are possible with God.” All through the existence of mankind, we have witnessed things that were once deemed impossible, become possible – Flying in an aircraft, telecommunication, space travel, racial integration, a black man becoming president of America etc. Jesus says in Mark 10 that all things are possible with God.  This must be one of the most......

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May 2016
Why I Love Jesus

Adanma Ezegbulam, a Corporate and Commercial Lawyer shares her God Experience: At church we are told over and over how Jesus loves us and this is wonderful. However, what really gets to me about Jesus’ love is the fact that He loved me first. He loved me even when I didn’t love Him and didn’t stop loving me because I did not love Him back. Now that’s awesome! This is my number 1 reason for loving him so! In Secondary School, I didn’t join a clique early enough and by the time I was......

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May 2016
Beyond Low Self-Esteem

Bowale Ikotun is a friendly Database Administrator who shares his God experience with us. I had just settled in for the night and was about dozing off when I heard; “Bowale! Bowale! Bowale!”  I’d like to think my default response was: “Yes Lord, here I am; send me.” Na, my God Experience didn’t involve me hearing a voice, neither did it entail me having to take off my Italian shoes in front of a burning bush! My experience seems like a somewhat normal story.  I’m sure some folks can relate with it.......

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