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DIVORCE (Part 2)

Started Oct 24, 2017 0 Replies

It is impossible to answer the question asked,"On what ground can one get divorce?", without knowing what is the Lord’s position with regards to divorce. As previously stated in an event of…Continue

DIVORCE (part 1)

Started Oct 9, 2017 0 Replies

As we begin our study on divorce with the focus still on Christians, it is important to note that the rules are applicable to all regardless.It is imperative that we remind ourselves what the term…Continue

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SEX/LOVE MAKING. (part 2)

Started Sep 23, 2017 0 Replies

To answer the question asked in part 1. Sex does not have to happen with any specific frequency or abundance but the more often it happens, the more it enhance the marriage. A lack of physical…Continue

SEX/LOVEMAKING (part 2)

Started Sep 23, 2017 0 Replies

To answer the question asked in part 1. Sex does not have to happen with any specific frequency or abundance but the more often it happens, the more it enhance the marriage. A lack of physical…Continue

 

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http://ovooprojectfreedom@gmail.com
What I like about Nigeria
The people - Resilient
The Language-It hard beauty to life
The family-It brings oneness
The diverty-I don't thing any other nation posses such.
The weather and natural resources- In abundance that we should not be suffering.

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The Truth (Part 2) conclusion

Posted on July 1, 2017 at 6:26am 0 Comments

“The only thing that's permanent is what you do for people when you were alive. It does not matter how much you have; you will be remembered for service, not the amount of money you have...”

There is hope and reward for hard work only if proper monitoring and checks are in place, so the comment by the Acting President (henceforth AP) that, “It's hard work that makes nations great”, is absurd because most Nigerians are hard-working and resilient. The absence of TRANSPARENCY and…

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The Truth (Part 1)

Posted on July 1, 2017 at 6:22am 0 Comments

The Acting President Prof Yemi Osinbanjo, SAN. stated, in a speech dated 24th May 2017, titled “ It's hard work that makes a nation great”, that “no matter how much you pray or fast our country cannot grow...’’

The above buttress the core point of our campaign that change will not occur by just resorting to ONLY fasting and prayer, while suffering and smiling. Also, depending on foreign aids from countries/ individuals from abroad does not help matters either, it only put us in…

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