Articles & Teaching

Before you say I do

How much do you know of your intended? (1)

One of the most important aspect of marriage is the time of courtship. There is no gainsaying the fact that most religious beliefs and cultures respect this part of marriage. Even some religious beliefs with room for “easy divorce” still consider the period of courtship very necessary despite the fact that in some of these cases, the parents do the actual process of courtship for the would-be spouses! The foundation of everything is the most important part of that thing. The beauty of a building is useless if the building is built on a wrong or shaky foundation. Such a building will collapse when the storms come. That is why the foundations of some structures cost much more that the superstructure. Continue Reading







Revive Your Work

The urgent need of the time we are in...

Spiritual revival is so scarce now. We have revivals in music, worldly dressing, programmes propaganda, dancing and preaching styles, but not in the works of God. When many churches and congregations cannot pray for one good hour, we earnestly need the works of God to be revived. When worldly and fleshly dancing has taken the vital time of the church, we need revival greatly. What of fame, money mongering, covetousness and titles? These have taken central stage in the church of Jesus Christ. Continue Reading

Church Bombings!

The accursed thing in the church (Christians, look inward)

But the children of Israel committed a trespass in the accursed thing: for Achan, the son of Carmi, the son of Zabdi, the son of Zerah, of the tribe of Judah, took of the accursed thing: AND THE ANGER OF THE LORD WAS KINDLED AGAINST THE CHILDREN OF ISRAEL” History always repeats itself. The Word of God has reasons and explanations behind church bombings and places of worship in Nigeria. Apart from the reason that it is the last days, other theologically accurate reasons are spatially distributed in the scripture of truth. Any serious Bible student knows that God has never and will never let anyone do His own harm (Ps. 20:6; 28:8). Continue Reading