You are still God's dearly loved child, and we know that His love for us is unconditional. You are still valuable to Abba. Come back home, Abba's been waiting!
It is impossible to enjoy a relationship with someone whom you're afraid of. Fear, guilt and shame hinder us from enjoying our fellowship with God. God's love for you is unconditional and has never been based on your actions, whether good or bad. Dear Royal, you're not spoilt beyond repair.
Wow it’s so beautiful to be back on who is God. In part two, we had settled that one can engage in the worship of a god he has no ideas about. Jesus said to the woman at the well, you worship you know not what. And in Acts 17, we find the people building … Continue reading Who is God? (7)
It’s been an amazing journey so far on the who is God series and here we are on episode six. Now I heard questions on the trinity concept so we’ll just buttress a bit on it before we proceed. In understanding God as regards the Trinity, I think it’s very wise to pay heed to … Continue reading Who is God? (6)
Previously on who is God... We dared to explore the concept of the trinity and we dealt with the term perichoresis. God is not just part of a dance or the dance, He Himself, is the dance. It’s so beautiful to realize that not only is the Godhead in that dance, but humanity has been … Continue reading Who is God? (5)
Perichoresis… dancing in a circle… what a joy. Alright, we'll get back to that. The trinity... So the Father is God, and the Son is God, and the Spirit is God. Do we worship three gods? This was what the early church had to deal with. Some people said Jesus, being born of a woman, … Continue reading Who is God? (4)
And Jesus said to the woman at the well, you don’t know who you worship. We know who we worship, for salvation is of the Jews. But the hour comes, and now is, when the true worshippers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth. For the Father seeketh such to worship him. John … Continue reading Who is God? (3)
My father passed while I was still a baby, so growing up, I barely called anyone daddy. As simple as it looks, calling someone daddy used to be a difficult thing for me to do. However, hearing my foster father answer whenever I say "dad" makes me feel something I can't describe. My foster mum … Continue reading Diary of a Naija Kopa (12)
I think the whole of my service is a play out of "My tomorrow must be greater than today." There has never been a better yesterday for me, and that alone is something to be grateful for.July was a very good month for me, but August was even better! When I was posted to Oyo … Continue reading Diary of a Naija Kopa (10)
July is one of my favourite months in this service year. On July 1, I got my sewing machine. I named it Jae; a Korean name which means Wealth. Okay, don't be surprised. Names are a big deal to me, and naming my properties help me connect with them, speak to them, and use them … Continue reading Diary of a Naija Kopa (9)