What is marriage and family in essence? I would say that marriage is that aspect of society which begins the family and the family is that aspect of society which enables society grow. Therefore if…Continue
Religion is defined as a personal set or institutionalized system of belief and practice. In other words and as Aristotle defined ‘man to be a political animal,’ everyone is religious about something…Continue
Daniel, Samuel, Noah, Enoch, Job, Moses, Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego, are names which readers of the bible are familiar with to give a few examples. There are many more such as Peter, Paul, Apollos,…Continue
In keeping with current happenings in Nigeria, I shall keep this post short as to allow anyone who is participating in the fuel subsidy removal reversal strike enough time to finish reading and to have a nap as the possible end of this strike has not been announced. Firstly, I shall want to say I have not been posting due to migrations which are ongoing at the blog and websites of the Assembly of Yahweh Natzraya, in Nigeria. …Continue
Hey! Hey! Hey! Aren’t dreams so much fun? Just ask yourself what it would be like if mankind never had dreams. At times when a person desires something or desires an accomplishment, dreaming serves to bring such desires to fruition such that people usually want to know what kind of dream a person has for the future. So – and if I may ask – what is your dream?
Certainly not all dreams are made of substance or stuff (if you prefer). Some dreams are so much chaff – not…Continue
Esaw (Esau) is a lesson in carelessness. More importantly how many of us as individuals exhibit the kind of attitude Esaw had in whatever endeavour we find ourselves in? Esaw was older than Yaaqob (both were twins) and in a time of hunger gave over the rights of the first born to Yaaqob (Jacob). To Esaw it was just an insignificant position till when the blessing of Yitsḥaq (Isaac) was given over to his younger – now older – brother.
Gen 25:29-34 And Yaaqoḇ cooked a stew,…Continue
This week, on Sunday – the first day of the week – I listened to a drama aired by the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria (FRCN). Pleasantly, it was about a lady desirous of getting married but faced with a daunting task of choosing whom amongst two differing suitors she would give her hand to. It made for entertaining listening as I had just looked up the Scripture portion for the week and – you guessed - it too was speaking about a marriage although not one as perplexing or tinged with…Continue