Welcome to the only blog in Africa that builds godly minds. Yes I said ONLY (smiles). It is yet another episode of the life of the two wonderful families in my compound. Incase you missed the first episode, you are a Click🔖 away from the preceeding Story. Anyway, Happy new month😀😀😀. In today's episode, I would… Continue reading WHY DID YOU INFECT ME?💔
1. “The most important thing is your health.” Who says? God clearly states, “You are a mist that appears for a little time and then vanishes” (James 4:14). When you are sick, Paul is there to remind you that your “outer nature is wasting away,” while your “inner nature is being renewed day by day”… Continue reading The 3 Statements I Rarely Make✒
“In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth” (Genesis 1:1). One of the sadder experiences in our fallen states is so easily losing our sense of wonder in the most familiar things — like the first verse in the Bible, as laden with glory as it is. We easily stop pondering it because… Continue reading HOW TO FIND JOY IN YOUR WORK – Jon Bloom
In a verbal confrontation between two good friends - Mr Chukwuma and Mr Chijioke, this statement shocked everyone in the compound. Am not Tatafo oo just an observer 👓. You just wondered, What led to this😲? How would this story help build a godly mind😞? What is godly about my PRIVATE PART👀being discussed? We are about… Continue reading “IS MY BREAST, NOT OUR BREAST!”🎭
The battle line is drawn⛳. The quest for truth has began. To my fellow Christian brethren in the Body of Christ, it's time to grow personally in the Word📖 You see, the center of Christianity is Love😍. This goes beyond love for our fellow brethren but to the world in general. Just as we have… Continue reading Tackle Doctrines Not Pastors!
The Bible is an ancient text, a piece of history, before it is a religious document, and it should be studied on that level. The thing is, there are particular “rules” that historians have come up with in order to judge the authenticity and accuracy of an ancient document.
Here are a few:
1) Compare to contemporary writing
2) Determine the date of writing by looking at internal issues
a. Does the writer say when he wrote it
b. Common sense (if there’s a malapropism, for instance)
c. Technical skills (handwriting, for example)
3) Give weight to older documents.
the closer to an event a source is the better. By dating a source we can judge how reliable it is based on whether the person could have been an eye-witness, or talked to an eye-witness, or whether they are receiving stories passed down through a generation or something they read…
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Hello everyone, hope your week is going fine. Just the other day, I was thinking about how songs can be helpful in one way or the other. I listen to music a lot and almost every song I have listened to, has a memory or an event surrounding it. Some are good, some are not so good. In all, good music can be comforting and helpful too.
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