Has anything changed?

What is it like being in someone else’s shoes? I guess the time has now come for many to see how privileged they are and how others around them are not. The pandemic may be over for some. However, this is the moment that majority of people are going to bear the brunt. Can weContinue reading “Has anything changed?”

Christians Who Know Too Much

The government of all respective nations seems to have enough information about the ongoing health crisis than we do. This is why they imposed lockdowns and the continuing imposition on everyone to wear masks and maintain social distancing. But it bothers me when I see people failing to obey these instructions. At the stores, onContinue reading “Christians Who Know Too Much”

Who is my neighbour?

We had the sun today. At least, for the past few days, the weather has been generous to the extent that the talk of switching off the heaters seems to be on everybody’s lips. With the sunshine comes out the decisive question about how to continue using the masks. Anyone wearing an N95 or theContinue reading “Who is my neighbour?”

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”

Who has the Final say?

I was talking to my father over the phone, and I said something about never seen our world at a standstill as it is. He said, “Me too. I’ve never seen anything like this.” In his old age, I could sense the dread in his voice, and I understood he was not alone in this.Continue reading “Who has the Final say?”

Do not be overwhelmed

Every moment is temporary, and that means every situation has a time depth. It is parallel to Ecclesiastical passage about timing. Rather than stressing out about the ongoing global issues as well as the unforeseen circumstances yet to come, wisdom requires the Christian continues to believe in the presence of the Almighty. Henceforth, maintaining aContinue reading “Do not be overwhelmed”

God in the Meantime

Hello friend, Please, may I ask you the following? Are you overwhelmed by the present global crisis? Are you finding it challenging to handle your children or yourself? Can you get hold of your feelings, so they do not overrule you? Do you get into tears so quickly these days? Then you need God inContinue reading “God in the Meantime”

The Victims of Abandonment

Did you hear about the mass death of the older people in some Spanish deserted retirement homes? Do you have cases of spiral abandonment of the older ones during this time? Well, I have one to share with you. Last week, my 90-year-old neighbour’s sons came to move him out of his house into aContinue reading “The Victims of Abandonment”

Watch Your Mouth !

Everyone has something to say about this Covid-19. However, many people are buying into the negativities of this pandemic. You become what you feed yourself. In other words, your mouth produces your existence and everything you are or will be. What is your language in such a time like this? Are you resigning to theContinue reading “Watch Your Mouth !”

A Curse in the Time of Sorrow

Shimei cursed David in the latter’s time of sorrow and thought he could get away with it. No one attacks the Lord’s Anointing and believe he or she will be spare. Likewise, the Holy Spirit is grieved when anyone deliberately inflicted pain to others. The end of Shimei was a sad story (1 Kings 2:46).Continue reading “A Curse in the Time of Sorrow”

Through It All…

There is no better time than this moment to readjust one’s perspective about the way we are used to situations. With the Covid-19, the world has come to a standstill; panic seems to be the order of the day. A look at the media outlet brings back nothing more than chaotic scenarios and thereby banishingContinue reading “Through It All…”