Christ, Our First & Last Hope

Hope becomes essential in a time like this. It is this hope we hold on to when we clapped for health workers. It is the same hope that brings smiles to our faces after having spent our nights in peace. The same faith keeps us going, especially now that the level of uncertainty is skyrocketingContinue reading “Christ, Our First & Last Hope”

Four Ways to Total Deliverance

1. O God, who declares me innocent. (Psalms 35). His name is Yahweh. He decides who is faithful or not to Him because He alone knows the heart of men and women. 2. Free me from my troubles. (Psalms 27 & 116). Jehovah, the deliverer. Jesus Christ, our Saviour. Jehovah Elohim. The King of kings,Continue reading “Four Ways to Total Deliverance”

Please, Shall we Pray.

Dear Lord, You go beyond our feelings, our thoughts, and our prayers. We love you, Lord, for who you are and not because of what you will do for us. Your name is higher. You are powerful. You are the ultimate incomparable. You are God alone. Before we exist, you are. You are unshakable, unchangeable,Continue reading “Please, Shall we Pray.”

Please, Shall we Pray.

Dear Lord, You go beyond our feelings, our thoughts, and our prayers. We love you, Lord, for who you are and not because of what you will do for us. Your name is higher. You are powerful. You are the ultimate incomparable. You are God alone. Before we exist, you are. You are unshakable, unchangeable,Continue reading “Please, Shall we Pray.”

Please, Shall we Pray.

Dear Lord, You go beyond our feelings, our thoughts, and our prayers. We love you, Lord, for who you are and not because of what you will do for us. Your name is higher. You are powerful. You are the ultimate incomparable. You are God alone. Before we exist, you are. You are unshakable, unchangeable,Continue reading “Please, Shall we Pray.”

Standing where it hurts

Two weeks ago, a friend of mine said he is going to wait for the government to get him the masks he needs for his employees. The moment he told me, I replied and convinced him to find the means to get these protective pieces himself. In France, there is an ongoing debate that hasContinue reading “Standing where it hurts”

The Man Who Destroys His House

Lately, a report came about the deficient level of pollution. I guess climate activists will be happy about this. For the past years, farmers in Europe were at loggerheads with their political representatives over the usage of glyphosate, a dangerous herbicide to control weeds. Then, there are the Fukushima nuclear problems in Japan, in France,Continue reading “The Man Who Destroys His House”

Confinement and the Wounded

As someone who has no television in my house, once in a while; I turn to the mini radio in my kitchen. Sometimes, I will switch it on for few minutes while there, and then shut it off once I’m leaving. The same happened that day I overheard the male commentators phoning through to aContinue reading “Confinement and the Wounded”

The Danger of Collective Fear

The Israelites saw Pharaoh and his army approaching them, and they panicked, blaming Moses for bringing them out of slavery (Exodus 14:10). It was not only at the threshold of the Red Sea that they did express their fear; there were records of many occasions they exhibited their worst characters. Irrespective of these, Jehovah remainedContinue reading “The Danger of Collective Fear”

If It Was Not For the Lord

Do you agree with me God is aware that this pandemic is going to take place? How many of you will accept that Jehovah tried to speak to you about it last year or even the year before? Last year, I decided to pay up a huge junk of our mortgage. Why I made upContinue reading “If It Was Not For the Lord”

Gratitude to the Extreme

A woman just bought a baby playmat from me, and she chipped in she needed the mat because her baby girl has started crawling. I told her time passes quickly, especially now that, we have been under lockdown for the past four weeks. Then, she said, “Phew! We are fortunate to have a large garden.”Continue reading “Gratitude to the Extreme”