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He Who Has An Ear

The sayings that go thus: “You can force a horse to the river but cannot force it to drink” and “The dog that will go missing will not listen to the hunter’s whistle”, are somewhat true. You know, there are some people that God has been warning about certain things. He’s been telling you to […]

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Involving Your Spiritual Leader

I am aware of the fact that many people find it odd telling their spiritual leaders about a relationship they are intending to start. They prefer to inform them later on. However I am of the opinion that they should be informed early enough. There are certain advantages of informing your spiritual leaders early about […]

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Still On Jabez

This woman called Jabez’ mother’s case is a serious one. She was impulsive. She named her son a terrible name because of what she was going through at the time of birth. When I was much younger, my mum worked in General Hospital and I would go meet her after school hours. Her office was […]

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Beyond Marrying In God’s Will

Many people ask why their marriage is not what they wish it would be despite the fact that they married in God’s will. It’s simple- the devil does not want your marriage to work. It is therefore your duty to fight for your marriage. Having a successful marriage is no joke, “only the violent take […]

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Stop Getting In God’s Way

God is warning someone today. He says “Stop getting in my way”. You keep complaining that your home is not what you envisioned it should be. You are getting it all wrong. You are trying to shape your home according to your wisdom. You are forgetting that God is the one with the master plan. […]

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Bus stop: Zipporah’s house

Exodus 4:25 Zipporah, the wife of Moses, was sensitive to the move of God. She did not take with levity what she was supposed to take seriously. She was a watchman (or is watchwoman) over her husband. She was connected to the Spirit and knew what was required for her husbands salvation. A wife must […]

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When Light Takes Over

I really don’t know what the beginning of your life or marriage looked like; one thing I know though is that nothing is a mistake in the life of a child of God.  For all things work together for good to them that loved God and are called according to His purpose. It was God […]

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Single Parent Families

Most children of divorced or separated parents spend at least some years in single-parent households. Another increasingly large group live with single parents who were never married. A smaller number have widowed parents. If you’re a single parent, brace up and take the bull by the horn. Raise your child according to your beliefs, principles, […]

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Domestic Violence

  Domestic violence (closely related to domestic abuse, spousal abuse, battering, family violence and intimate partner violence) is a pattern of behavior which involves violence or other abuse by one person against another in a domestic context, such as in marriage Domestic violence and abuse can happen to anyone, yet the problem is often overlooked, […]

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Eating disorders

  All too often, society associates being “thin”, with “hard-working, beautiful, strong and self-disciplined.” On the other hand, being “fat” is associated with being “lazy, ugly, weak and lacking will-power.” Because of these harsh critiques, rarely are women completely satisfied with their image. As a result, they often feel great anxiety and pressure to achieve […]

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Evaluation Time

So, has being in that relationship of yours brought you closer to God or taken you away from Him? If the latter is the case, it’s time to redress. God’s gift is always perfect. A God given relationship can only help you become better on your road towards perfection. Nobody can take God’s place in […]

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The Beginning Of The End Of The Rest Of Your Life

The day you enter a wrong marriage marks the beginning of the end of your joy, peace, success, health, . . . name it. My heart leaps when it comes to the point of vow exchange at weddings. I wonder if the couple really understand what they are getting themselves into. To me, that is […]

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Be a Man, not a Weasel

What does it take for you to admit you’re wrong? In the case of Joseph’s brothers, it took what appeared to be an imminent disaster (Genesis 42). Most of us actually find it difficult to admit we’re wrong. We find it hard to confess our sin to our partner and say: “I am sorry. ” […]

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Openess In Marriage

A marriage has to be built on a love-based commitment. ‘Perfect love casts out fear’ (1Jn. 4:8). You can’t risk hiding something important from your spouse, thinking, -f I share that, he’ll reject me! When you do that, your relationship is controlled by fear, not love. Being ‘Naked and not ashamed’ is God’s intention for […]

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Fighting Conflict With Prayer

Bible Focus: Genesis 27:5-13Imagine how the biblical record of Isaac and Rebekah’s home would have been different if they had learned to deal with their conflicts through prayer, rather than through deceit, scheming and manipulation. If you want to do a better job of resolving conflict in your marriage (and every other important relationship for […]

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A Wife’s Ultimate Need

Genesis 24:67 says, “And Isaac brought her into his mother Sarah’s tent, and he took Rebekah and she became his wife, and he loved her; thus Isaac was comforted after his mother’s death.”Yeah right! He loved his wife. Centuries and centuries after, love is still what a woman wants most in her marriage. The love […]

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Respect Your Husband

The Apostle Peter calls special attention to the title Sarah used in addressing her husband, “my lord” (1 Pt 3:6). She used this title as a way to show Abraham her respect. In a similar way, the apostle Paul writes, “Let the wife see that she respects her husband” (Eph. 5:33). When you respect your […]

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What is wrong with looking at someone other than my spouse or thinking of this person in a sexual way?

When we entertain sexual thoughts about strangers in the theater of our minds, we give ourselves to those images. When we invest our attention and sexual energy with others, we will have little or no sexual energy for our spouse. Lust can lead us down the pathway of poor choices, one compromising thought at a […]

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To the unmarried, write:

My heart bleeds when I hear about or see all these failing marriages. The foundation is usually the source of the problem. If the foundation of your marriage is faulty, you are in for serious trouble. Many people are so in a hurry to be called married that they fail to ensure that the foundation […]

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