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I feel strongly to lead a social media campaign for sexual purity themed NO SEX OUTSIDE MARRIAGE.

It is for both singles and married.

I will like to specially invite you to join me on this campaign that will kick off on the 3rd of April 2017.

Join your voice with mine as we tell the World God’s mandate and our decision to stay faithful and keep our bodies from defilement.

This epidemic called sexual immorality is taking over our world without remorse. Let’s stand up unapologetically and tell the world that we stand for purity- single and married alike.

This has been on my mind for several months and I believe it is time to embark on it.

All you need to do is write a poem, story, testimony, letter, pledge, song, tweet. . . anything to pass across the message that you stand against sex outside marriage and why.

. . . Perhaps we might save a few… Or many!

You can make it a once off thing or severally in the course of the week.

If you want, a poster will be designed for you with your picture to add to your campaign post. Please signify in the comments section so that you can know where to send your details. . . Few slots available.

I will also be featuring seasoned and experienced men/women who will enlighten us on topical issues in relation to this campaign in the course of the week.

I ask you to join me in this campaign.

It will be an eight-day long campaign.

Be ready to

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-OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)

One Goal, Different Approaches

One day, I watched my husband’s style of ironing shirts and I was wondering just how much different it was from how I do mine.

I then told him, “My father did not teach me to iron men’s shirts the way you are ironing them right now.” I explained how I was taught to do mine. I remember him jokingly say he didn’t even know where he learnt to iron that way.

The next time I was going to iron shirts, I tried out his method and it actually seemed logically easier although it felt strange trying a completely different method after so many years of doing it in a particular way. For me, it wasn’t as easy as it seemed when my husband was ironing that way. I reverted to my style after a few tries.

What mattered in the end was for the shirts to be free of wrinkles.

As I ruminated on that experience a while ago, my thoughts were directed towards marriage.

In marriage, you and your spouse will not always think the same way. Why? You are coming from different backgrounds and no two people are exactly the same anyway.

Look at football teams for instance; the players usually have varying heights. Yet they are able to work together. What will give them success is their ability to blend their differences by allowing each person fit into the positions that best reflects their strengths.

Your relationship will be peaceful if you always think of you and your spouse as a team despite your obvious differences.

Your spouse is NOT your opponent. Don’t treat him/her like one. When you disagree, don’t turn it into a battle that you have to win.

Don’t be a rigid person; unwilling to compromise when necessary.

Look for a way to always walk around your differences without making him/her an enemy.

What you need is the skill of play. . . Be a team player.

. . . And embrace your uniqueness as individuals and as a couple.

Every relationship / marriage is unique since the partners are unique.

Some of us make the mistake of trying to bring into our marriages ideas from the past or other people’s relationships without checking if they are workable in our own relationships. I have found this to be a major reason for fall out among couples.

Know that it usually isn’t that the ideas are wrong in themselves but they might just not be right for you.

Understudy yourself, your partner and your marriage.

The understanding of these three entities will help you walk together with your partner in an atmosphere of happiness.

Always set your eyes on the goal of building a happy marriage.

© OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)

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I was blessed reading “Love like no other” When I started reading I couldn’t stop until I was done, its a book to read over and over again. God bless u ma
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Indeed a beautiful write up, just finished going through LOVE LIKE NO OTHER. I am feeling in love afresh… Indeed some times we let situations get in the way, but books like this brings us back to our first love. Mine will come in the form of music… Thanks for the inspiration. More wisdom ma… God bless you ma…”

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Personally, God has done so much for me and it is not in doubt that he loves me too. I have accepted Jesus as my Lord and savior, and I appreciate him for the sacrifice he made for the whole world including myself. But, I have a challenge reciprocating his love all the time. I do but maybe not always.

However, after reading your book, I found the following tips useful;

a.       Writing a love letter, writing to thank God and noting down all the things he has done for me, I tried doing something like that but I stopped.

b.      Obedience and obeying His words, shows him that we love Him

c.       Also, exposing bad habit helps to get rid of same. So by sharing your experience, it has led me to reflect on some of my actions and retrace my steps. I truly want to live for Jesus.

More so, showing God that you love him  is not by feigning righteousness, because even the Bible say that our righteousness are like filthy rags, so it is  not by all  that but by making deliberate  efforts at obeying his commandments and then letting him know that you know what he does for you.

So thank you so  much ma for sharing this work piece and I pray the Lord gives you more inspiration for you, your family, your loved ones and us all.

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Not Perfect After All

A short while ago I stumbled on a friend’s post on Facebook and I was almost going to faint at the sight. I mean, this guy is someone I know his story so well.

The thing is that he beats his wife blue-black.

Yet on this particular day he went on and on gushing about how much he loved his wife and how he couldn’t do without her.

I felt like sending all the people who were commenting on his post and saying things like “perfect couple” or “you guys are an ideal couple” or “I covet your anointing” in for surgery to remove the scales off their eyes. The comments actually almost made me faint again.

I am narrating this experience to tell you two things:

Firstly, stop the hypocrisy please. Go back home and be good to your spouse for real. Many hide under the ability to put up a fake life on social media. This is not supposed to be so.

For you to be posing a perfect life for people to see, it seems to me that you admire that kind of lifestyle.

Why don’t you work at turning your dream into a reality.

Yes you can!

Make that your priority henceforth instead of putting your energy on pretence.

Secondly, don’t judge a book by its cover.

I hear things like, “I want a marriage just like yours” or “I want to marry a man just like your husband” a lot.

. . . Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.

And it might be disastrous.

There are lots of fake people out there.

You don’t know the tears behind the smiles you see.

It’s cool to admire good things in the life of others but don’t peg yourself on their pedestal.

Instead ask for God’s best for your own life.

Face your lane.

May God grant your heart desires according to His will for you!

OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)


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My Thoughts On Plagiarism

Some months back, a dear sister of mine mentioned my name in a comment on a post that I had authored and someone she knew had posted and passed off as her own. People were commending her for having written a beautiful piece and she took the accolades with pride.

This sister of mine had called the person out on intentionally removing my signature from the post and a lot of word exchange had gone on before she decided to invite me to see what was going on. The poster tried to justify her action and some of her friends also joined her in doing the same. I was flabbergasted. I felt honored that my sister stood up for me. But I had to plead with her to let it pass.

The most recent was when a friend on social media sent my own original write up to me as a broadcast message with my name intentionally removed from below the message just few minutes after I made the post. I couldn’t help but wonder.

This has become a norm. I have seen this happen to a lot of people on social media and I think it is not right. I personally find it funny being fed back with your own stuff.

I am really passionate about inspiring others so I love seeing my post being shared. For me it gets the word farther and that is good for achieving the aim of touching/inspiring more people.

Actually this is me advertently asking you to share my posts.

However, I wonder why people intentionally decide to take lightly wrongdoing. Some even pick fights with those who tell them to amend their ways.

The reply that baffles me most when people who engage in stuffs like this are called out is “What’s the big deal with writing?”


If it is no big deal why don’t you just put your own words together and ignore those ones that had put in no effort in to their write-ups according to you.

So what is plagiarism?

The dictionary defines plagiarism as the practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing them off as one’s own.

Being an academic has made this issue of plagiarism mean so much to me personally.

It is called intellectual theft.

Refusing to acknowledge the source of an intellectual material and passing it off as yours is stealing in case you don’t know it.

It’s fine if you don’t agree with me.

But that does not change the truth from being the truth.

It’s just like passing off words of Scripture as yours. That’s how it feels like to me. We quote Scripture and say who said what. I have identified this truth for some years now and I try my possible best to do what’s right by sources of materials that aren’t mine.

That’s why the share button is there please.

And if you prefer to copy and paste on your wall directly or have to broadcast on Whatsapp or BBM, please acknowledge the source of the post.

If you don’t know the name of the author you can write “author unknown”.

. . . And don’t lie you don’t know the real author when you do. Don’t intentionally ignore the author’s identity.

Just make it clear that you are not the source of what you are sharing. It is that simple.

This is simple honesty.

Maybe you have been practicing plagiarism because you were ignorant.

Well, now you know!

-OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)

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You Are Being Watched

I recently watched one of the short films by Mount Zion Film ministries where the husband who was a ‘pastor’ was always abusive and treating the wife badly.

On a particular Sunday morning, this ‘pastor’ called the wife useless because she didn’t prepare him breakfast before leaving the house for church. The wife too had her replies for him while trying to tie her headgear. Just after the woman had finished tying the “gele” beautifully on her head, the husband lost control and pulled off the gele from her head. And of course like you might have expected, the wife lost control and started abusing and calling the man names too.

The part that got me reeling with laughter was when the ‘pastor’ told his wife not to grieve the Holy Spirit in him.

Haba… “Which Holy Spirit was he talking about?” was what came to mind after laughing at the woman’s reply.

She had said that the man should have noticed that the church members were always slumbering (with special emphasis on slumbering) while he preached. Thereby telling him about how he carried no fire as a man of God. (Ouch)

Don’t mind me; I kinda like narratives…

All this continued with their young daughter in the back seat watching their uncensored drama.

While still on their fight, the pastor sighted a church member at the next junction.

The pastor asked the woman to quickly retie her gele while she eyed him in displeasure.

The young man was greeted with a very broad smile by the pastor. And then he excitedly said something that sounded really ridiculous to me, “Hop into the vehicle of salvation”. (Ha)

Well, the brother ‘hopped’ in and the pastor asked him for permission to help his wife tie her gele. He pretended to be helping the woman out but was actually giving her knocks on her head as often as he could while he kept the brother’s gaze tied to his smiling face.

. . . Then he did the worst by comparing himself with Jesus who had washed His disciples feet.

When he was done with his ‘excellent service’, they continued their journey to church.

The next absurd thing he did was to give the brother an unsolicited advice of finding a wife. He however did not miss the opportunity to call his wife useless again by adding clause that the brother must bring his fiancee to him for cross examination since there were lots of fake sisters out in the world in this age.

On their way to church, the brother complained about the atmosphere of the car was hot. The pastor on the other hand claimed the AC was on. (“O what a spiritually sensitive brother that is”, I said to myself).

While they were still on that, the conversation between the pastor and his wife was being replayed to them in the car from the very beginning.

. . .The child had been recording their conversation all the while.

The husband and wife covered their faces in shame while the brother insisted on alighting from the car immediately.

Hello there!

God is recording all the evil and insulting words you speak to your wife

All the times you broke her spirit instead of being there to lift it up

All the number of times you have slapped and punched her and still held her hands while you walked into church.

He sees your hypocrisy. . .

And you sister and wife, God is watching you in 8D. He sees every way you verbally abuse your husband in private and then come to praise him on social media.

You can’t deceive God even if you keep deceiving people around you.

Repent of your evil ways and submit to God in your marriage.

And be careful my single friends. . .

The fact that everyone calls that brother “Pastor” or the sister “Mama” doesn’t necessarily make them saints after all.

Don’t be carried away by that charade.

May God help us build godly homes; safe havens for us and people around us!

  • OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)

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Relationships On Purpose

People get married for so many reasons and when the reasons of both partners do not synchronize there is bound to be problems in that kind of relationship.

Planning to get married? Great!

Don’t stop there though.

Plan to stay married.

Knowing why you are getting married in the first instance will help you achieve the aim of staying happily married.

I have been so keen on this purpose issue for several years now. After having read a number of books on the importance of knowing the purpose of your existence and things you want to embark on back then, the issue of purpose discovery has been something I take very seriously.

And I believe you should too.

You must know the purpose of marriage and then balance it up by marrying someone who also knows very well the purpose of marriage.

If someone who wants to stay married marries someone who does not want to, there will be a catastrophe.

What am I saying to you in essence?

Make sure you pursue purpose above every other thing.

. . .and make sure to marry someone who is ready to pursue a like passion.

Can two walk together except they agree? I guess you must know the answer.

This does not apply only to marriage relationships but all relationships for that matter.

Invest your time in building purposeful relationships ONLY.

Doing otherwise is a complete waste of your precious time.

Be guided.

  • OMOSEBI Mary Omolola (PhD)

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Indeed, there is no source of greater nourishment than God’s Words. God’s Word is food to the spirit, soul and body of man. A balanced diet at that- the very best you could ever get served with. His Words are multi-dimensional. God’s Word serve as a source of satisfaction, joy, life, truth, peace, health, transformation, light, direction and every other good thing you can think of. The Word of God is an excellent map for life and how to please God.

This book is an expository piece on some aspects of Scripture as ministered to the author’s heart.

The main aim is to encourage you to fall in love with God’s Words and spur you to search out the Scriptures by yourself and meditate upon them day and night. And not just be a hearer or reader of the Word but a doer also.

The author desires to see every reader of this book become a Word-based man/woman; people who only live by and move at the express instruction of God’s Words.

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It is easy to claim that you are a Christian. But what makes someone a Christian in reality? A Christian is someone who lives like Christ. You are either a Christian or you are not. You therefore have just two options: Live like Christ and be called a Christian or don’t live like Christ and simply get yourself a different name entirely. As a Christian, you are expected to think, speak and act like Christ.

This book has been written to draw your attention to some aspects of a Christian’s walk that are sometimes overlooked. I will be sharing with you as I have been instructed by events that have taken place during my Christian walk too. Knowing full well that ignorance is not an excuse in the court of law, it will be an excellent step to get to know more about what The Master expects from you as a carrier of His name.

I am encouraging you through this book and as explained in line with the Word of God to live a life worthy of the name- Christian and to be a true ambassador for Christ by living right. Jesus Christ is the one who sets the standards for living for citizens of His kingdom. It is therefore imperative to give ear to what he has to say to you so that you can run this race of Christianity according to the rules and in the end not miss the reward.


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God speaks to His children continuously through His Words. His Words are new every moment. These Words are multi-faceted and proffers solution to every issue of life. The Word of God answers all questions of life.

In this book, you will find words of encouragement for your life as well as words of reproof and correction. I trust God to minister to you through this book. Most importantly, I trust Him to see to it that you are thoroughly washed by the water of The Word so that you can fit the description of the kind of bride Jesus is coming back for- without wrinkle or spot.

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