Category Archives: Scriptural Reflection

​I SHALL ARISE AND TURN TO MY FATHER

Once a river is cut off from its source, it will dry up very soon. This was the experience of the prodigal son… Poverty caught up with him after a short period of a life of pleasure. Continue reading

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​LET GOD IN

In your chaotic relationship, business, academics, community, family or miserable state, turn to the one who cares – Jesus—and He will remedy the situation because you are so dear to Him. Continue reading

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​GOD KNOWS YOUR INTENTIONS

kindly know that there is no gain in deceiving one another because when we succeed in deceiving one another, we have simultaneously succeeded in bringing our relationship with Christ into disrepute. Continue reading

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​WE OWE ONE ANOTHER LOVE

Love is the summation of the law and the yardstick for growth in eternal life. Therefore, render to no one malice, revenge, bitterness or hate because they will prevent you from receiving the heavenly bode of everlasting peace and joy, and a fruitful life on earth. But love, an eternal virtue, helps us to ascend the heavenly bode. Continue reading

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SOCIAL MEDIA: KILL THE IMMORAL MESSAGE AT YOUR DOORSTEP 

“Christians waste our precious time uploading these dehumanising images to help spread them to friends, relatives and the likes”. If this is being sociable, then it is insane and ungodly. We are Christians – ministers of the Good News and not immorality. Continue reading

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