I Don’t Need Jesus Christ

“I don’t need Jesus” she boldly said. She then added, “I have my health insurance and can fend for myself” as she responded to a group of preachers who visited her. It was a beautiful summer weekend and some students were indoors at Haarweg 333, one of Wageningen University and Research students’ hostels, which accommodatesContinue reading “I Don’t Need Jesus Christ”

The Talking Spirit – II

In the first part of this article, I mentioned that God speaks to His children. A typical example is God’s conversations with Moses of old. God interacted with all the prophets in Bible times and He is still talking to all His servants and children today. I am amazed at how often God conversed withContinue reading “The Talking Spirit – II”

Multiplying Peace

Sunday Omori “Peace is not the absence of conflict, it is the ability to handle conflict by peaceful means.” –  Ronald Reagan We live in a world where conflict has become part of us. Conflict occurs within an individual as different choices are made daily. Inter-personal conflicts also occur in different spheres of life andContinue reading “Multiplying Peace”

2.4 billion Over 8 billion

Sunday Omori Wikipedia – an online encyclopedia, reports that as of 2020, Christianity had 2.382 billion adherents. Christianity is God’s lifestyle that 31.11% of the entire world’s population has embraced. God desires that the entire 8 billion people in the world today should come to the knowledge of Christ. This is because Jesus Christ isContinue reading 2.4 billion Over 8 billion

Far from Oppression

Sunday Omori History has it that the Israelis exited Egypt in 1446 B.C after sojourning for 430 years. Before the exodus, the Egyptians oppressed the Israelis subjecting them to hard labor and unfavorable conditions. They cried out to God to come to their rescue. God saw their affliction and sent Moses to lead them outContinue reading Far from Oppression

The Distinguished Brother

Sunday Omori He was not happy that God favored his brother. While they were still interacting, out of envy and hatred, he killed his brother. Many people have the nature of Cain, the first person to commit murder in the world. They may not have shot or macheted a sibling but committed murder by mishandlingContinue reading The Distinguished Brother