Be authentic. Be real or direct. Stay true to yourself. Honour your words. Let people know when you have problems with them. Don’t assume they understand you. They are not soothsayers.
What do you call sin? Do you refer to it as a mistake, an adjustment to life, appropriations of modernity, or a temptation? In black and white, sin is sin; and there is no how you can succeed in altering it to suit your acts. Call a spade a spade and accept the reality forContinue reading “Sin is Sin”
You cannot talk without your tongue. It helps you to express yourself as well as eat, drink, and breath. Once the tongue is taken off, you lose total control of your body, and you will need assistance to get things done until you can start all over again. The same tongue is vital for yourContinue reading “Your Tongue: Your Downfall?”
Under no circumstances must you make a vow to Jehovah when you knew you could not fulfils it. God is not like your earthly father even though He wants us to have a Father-Child relationship with Him. Know your weaknesses and your strengths by being honest about what you decide to do or not toContinue reading “What Not To Do”
Our actions determine the outcome of our conversation with people who want to know whether we are genuine Christians. Our undertakings can either be public or private. What becomes important is the context behind what we do, to whom, and why. We must have heard about how actions speak louder than voices. What if partContinue reading “Those You Meet”
I heard it is better to stay put and confront the person with whom you have issues. However, I say it is better to walk away. Doing so does not make you weak. Instead, it depicts your godly wisdom. Anger is good when it is express in the right way and at the right time.Continue reading “What is the Right Decision?”
Years ago, at a research training, I met a lovely woman who left me with the most beautiful two words ever. They are, “Be Modest”. I never saw her again as we work in different fields and countries, but she taught me a lot. Being modest in your life and dealings with others does notContinue reading “Be Modest”
The following texts below are from a friend who responded to one of my earliest blog post dated 11 years ago. His words resonate with the current global situations Shalom