Sexual purity only happens to those who truly want it. Yea! The word “pursue” implies that energetic action to get or lay hold on something. This is what we do when we are confronted with the choice for lust or righteousness: we pursue righteousness. It is wishful thinking to just sit down… Continue reading PURSUING RIGHTEOUSNESS.
Lust can be such a sweet companion. As the prince or princess in charms, it will fasten its hands to yours, leading you places. Fantasy land. Reverie. World unknown. If unchecked, finally to damnation. No thanks to my childhood days that sold me into the able hands of ‘akara’. While you will consider chicken and… Continue reading PRISONER OF MY OWN APPETITE
“Are you saying, God doesn’t want me lusting at all? Is that ever possible? Ok, how far can I go with lust and still be a sound Christian?” If this is the question ravaging your mind, we welcome you to today’s post. Then let’s ride on. Matt 5:29-30(message) – “Let’s not pretend this is easier… Continue reading God & Lust (2)
Piper was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee, to Bill and Ruth Piper. His father was a traveling Evangelist and Church Planter. When he and his older sister were still young, the Pipers moved to Greenville, South Carolina, where he spent the remainder of his youth and graduated from Wade Hampton High School. At six years old,… Continue reading Minister Piper
Julie’s Aunt knew what to do. The harm had been done but she could guard against such recurrence in the future. She began her research online and started asking her friends questions on sexual development. It did sound strange in the ears of the typical African woman. Julie’s Aunt couldn’t be bothered, after all, she… Continue reading Dear Parents,
Though he died several years ago, Babalola is regarded as an Apostle and his revival ministry kick started the beginning of the Christ Apostolic Church – CAC. A CAC retreat center was built at Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State where Babalola was first called in 1928. Late Apostle Ayo Babalola is one of the reknown men… Continue reading APOSTLE JOSEPH AYO BABALOLA
She wept at pre-dawn at the loss of her child’s innocence. Mrs. Bode had innocently missed the subtle signs that indicated ongoing abuse from Okon. These signs include: 1. Acting out in an inappropriate sexual way with toys and objects 2. Nightmares, sleeping problems, bedwetting 3. Becoming withdrawn or very clingy 4. Becoming unusually secretive 5.… Continue reading Julie’s Aunt