Love and Life

Waiting with Grace: Self-Control in The Wait

They say patience is a virtue. They also say patience is not necessarily the ability to wait, but rather the manner in which you wait. Patience is not just the ability to wait, but how we act while waiting. - Joyce Meyer A key component to successful waiting is having the virtue of self-control. I… Continue reading Waiting with Grace: Self-Control in The Wait

Love Lessons

Love is Sacrifice

This is the third and final post I'll be writing in the love lessons category on the blog. To read the previous posts, click here. Now to the main gist. You might have heard and perhaps read previous articles on how love is sacrifice, or rather the sacrifice that love is. But before I delve… Continue reading Love is Sacrifice

Thoughts about God

Be A Worshipper and not a Worrier

Why worry? Why fret? The creator of the universe watches over you constantly. He neither slumbers nor sleeps. Why worry about anything that's outside of your sphere of control or circle of influence? Leave that to the one who sees beyond you. Far ahead and beyond. Cast your cares, anxiety, worries and burdens on him.… Continue reading Be A Worshipper and not a Worrier

Life Lessons

The Enlightened Mind

Knowledge they say is power.But what's the point of it?Of knowing?There's a world of difference between knowing and doing.Knowledge and Implementation,Information and Execution.I made a weird discovery a while back. It was sort of like a eureka moment for me.You can't know how to use what you don't know that you have.- Zizi.This was a… Continue reading The Enlightened Mind

Thoughts about God

LightBulb Moment

You might wonder at the title of this post, like what does the above term represent? Well, I'd enunciate on that a little bit, so we're all on the same page regarding this. What does a lightbulb moment mean? It means a moment of sudden realisation, an experience that makes you go "aha", a period… Continue reading LightBulb Moment

Thoughts about God

Leap of Faith

Ever heard the above expression before? It's been used severally in different circumstances of life. Often when a person is about to take a daring, sometimes ridiculous move. One that's deemed radical or not quite rational by common sense and human standards. It's daring the odds, believing things would work out and turn out fine.… Continue reading Leap of Faith

Life Lessons

A Lesson In Vanity

What is Vanity? According to the wisest man that ever lived; King Solomon, It is the intellectual pursuit of knowledge, the physical pursuit of pleasure and the material pursuit of wealth. A question I often ask myself, and think you should ask yourself too, at least every once in a while is this: How far… Continue reading A Lesson In Vanity

Thoughts about God

Compromise and The Christian

These are meant to be two polar opposite words. Sadly is the truth and the reality that compromise and The Christian are fast becoming homologous, synonymous, one and the same... To clear the air and ensure we're all on the same page, I'll go into a little bit of definition. According to the English dictionary,… Continue reading Compromise and The Christian

Love and Life

Drained, Emotionally exhausted; Love tank running on Empty

How do you refuel when your tank is empty? I reckon you would go to the source. I believe love is a being and a doing, not a state of feeling How do you give when you have nothing left to give of yourself? You're extending yourself to full capacity and working in overdrive... Your… Continue reading Drained, Emotionally exhausted; Love tank running on Empty

Thankful Series, Thoughts about God

Thankfulness In Waiting

While waiting, be thankful. Thank God in advance. Praise Him for those things you're anticipating to receive. Calling forth those things that be not, as though they were. (Rom. 4:17b) It is a faith act, an act of faith. Calling forth His promises, brings about its physical materialisation. Faith is believing even when you're not… Continue reading Thankfulness In Waiting