The Power of the Sent Word

Sunday Omori “And he humbled thee, and suffered thee to hunger, and fed thee with manna, which thou knewest not, neither did thy fathers know; that he might make thee know that man doth not live by bread only, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of the Lord doth man live.” (Deuteronomy 8:3)Continue reading “The Power of the Sent Word”

Overcoming the Spirit of Depression

Sunday Omori It was a long dark night, over two decades ago in Mkpani town. Close to my family house were some trees that housed all kinds of birds. From my room, I could hear one owl hooting for a while and it seemed not to be weary. My parents and siblings were fast asleep.Continue reading “Overcoming the Spirit of Depression”

The Throne of Grace

Sunday Omori As an evangelist, I try not to condemn people because I understand how I struggled to break free from certain ungodly habits. Like the elder brother of the prodigal son, many Christians are good at pointing out the flaws in the lives of others (Luke 15:30). If God keeps record of our offensiveContinue reading “The Throne of Grace”

The Great Exchange

Sunday Omori Each day comes with a lot of business activities. While some businesses require exchange of material valuables, others involve emotional and spiritual qualities. Every individual engages in one or more transactions to meet daily basic needs. Parties engaged in exchange of goods and services may end up being satisfied or dissatisfied. The goodContinue reading “The Great Exchange”

A Little Sleep

Sunday Omori Scientific research reveals that sleep is very important to people of all age groups because sleep powers the mind, restores the body, and fortifies virtually every system in the body. The National Sleep Foundation guidelines recommend that teens (14 – 17 years old) should sleep for 8-10 hours; young adults and adults (18Continue reading “A Little Sleep”