WORRY

Many times I have tended to worry about things that eventually sorted themselves out without my input. Yet, each time I find myself in another quagmire, I again go worrying, when somewhere within me the likely outcome appears to be well known to me, i.e. that once again, without my input things will again sort […]

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BIBLE STORIES (42): JACOB & LABAN PART WAYS

Once it came to pass, that Laban couldn’t find his Teraphim on the person or belongings of Jacob, his wives, children and servants, Jacob jumped into milking every bit of what had just happened. He accused Laban of not treating him fairly for the twenty years he worked for him, serving “… fourteen years for […]

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AMOR FATI

I came upon a revelation a few hours ago, of an impending event that may impact the course of my life. Naturally, even when I sense such, that is without any revelation, I’d normally pray about it, asking for the untoward to be averted, or for the desired to be hastily manifested. This particular one […]

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THE ASABA MASSACRE BOOK-READING

When one of the guests at the book reading I attended the evening of Wednesday the 4th of October at Quintessence, Ikoyi, Lagos, mentioned that his friends dissuaded him from attending because of the present Nigerian government’s unfavorable attitude to discussions or anything pertaining to Nigeria’s civil war, I felt he and his friend might […]

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DAYS OF AWE

I can understand why many Messianic Jews may not necessarily pay attention to the DAYS OF AWE, seeing as there’s no biblical instruction to the effect. However Jewish tradition ascribes several activities to the days extending from the FEAST OF TRUMPETS/Rosh Hashannah (which was last Thursday, the 21st of September), to the DAY OF ATONEMENT/Yom […]

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BIBLE STORIES (41): THE TERAPHIM

Not only was it clear to Jacob that he’d overstayed his welcome at his father-in-laws’, YAHWEH himself had spoken to him, not just to leave but also where he must leave to in unmistakably clear words. So he called his wives Rachel and Leah, “… and said to them, I see your father’s face, that […]

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VILLAGE YARNS

Two things happened during my recent journey to the east (Igbo speaking part of Nigeria), that I’ll like to share with you, so you make of it what you will. I’d gone to pay my respects to a friend’s late Dad, as well as visit my village to keep up with happenings over there. Friday […]

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