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Change begins from the mind The mind is that part of a person that makes him/her able to be aware of things, to think and to feel. It is an influential part of a person and a source from where every action (good or bad) emanates. A sin is first conceived in the mind before the act is committed. King David on sighting the beautiful wife of Uriah, conjured first in his mind the act of adultery, he eventually committed with her Little wonder then that Jesus said ‘… anyone that stare at female to strong sexual desire, he has executed infidelity with her already in his mind. Most crimes committed today are first contrived in the mind before the real acts are carried out. In like manner, the resolve to become a renewed and regenerated (born-again) Christian, forsaking sins and the old ways begins from the mind. It is thus imperative that for any change to be deep-rooted, all embracing, far reaching, enduring and effective, it must begin with a renewed mind – mind of Christ. Attitudes, actions mirror your heart – “Keep thy heart with all diligence for out of it are the issues of life.” The heart being that organ caged within the diaphragm cavity of the human body, away from the prying eyes, tends to harbor a lot of thoughts that only attitudes can bring out into the open. Who rules your heart, God or Satan? Do you possess positive attitudinal disposition towards the things of God. Your attitude reflects the state of your mind like Read more…


Strong start, bad finish The Christian life is a marathon race. It has a starting point and a finish line, with a prize attached. There are rules of engagement that have to be adhered to while the race lasts or else, crossing the finish line may not necessarily guarantee winning a prize. All the dos and don’ts of the race must be strictly and religiously kept in order to finish well. King Saul (Israel’s first monarch) was a scriptural example of a good starter and a poor finisher. Saul started with God and ended with sorcerer. Judas Iscariot was among the privileged 12 disciples who wined and ‘dined’ with Master Jesus, but because of greed and covetousness ended up committing suicide. Like any prize-winning athlete, a Christian race demands a lot of discipline, consistency, perseverance, self-denial and above all, keeping to the rules like Apostle Paul. Most times, when we encounter Jesus, confess and forsake our sins and accept Him as our personal Lord and Saviour, we tend to be serious and zealous. Giving one’s life to Christ (salvation) is a necessary take-off point for a re-generated Christian thus signifying a new beginning. It is a good start for the Christian race. But starting well is not enough, ending well is the ultimate goal of any Christian worth himself. The Christian race is a marathon that should end in eternity, keeping to the rules all the way. Not enough to start well – It is often gratifying to note that whenever a person is newly converted (saved) the take-off is Read more…


Nurture or neuter your ability To nurture means to feed and develop something. What you don’t feed dies. Conversely, to neuter means to render impotent and useless. There are some good abilities/traits/gifts that God has deposited in us that we need to develop or worked upon in order for us to be great in life. Every gift needs to be nurtured in order to grow for efficient and effective utilization. These good gifts include: business ideas, innovation of useful ideas, good characters, work of reconciliation, giving, counseling, prayer etc. In the same vein, there are some bad ideas/traits, we need to render impotent in our lives. Such as the Adamic nature inherited from our fore fathers, which naturally spring up to manifest in our lives. Others are laziness, time wasting, immoral lifestyles etc that lay a trap of destruction in the tract of life. Your life is divinely loaded – God created you in His image and likeness for a purpose and with the ability to do one thing or the other. There is no empty life. Everyone created by God has a deposit of God’s investment with which he/she has to trade and make profit. You are not a waste. God has a purpose of creating you the way you are: Wonderfully and beautifully made to serve Him and glorify His name. Discover your gift/talent – God gives gifts to His children according to His will and their ability. You must first identify your gift before it can be effectively used for the benefits of the body of Christ. Read more…


Your friends: an elevator or cage? If there is any critical decision an individual must take in life, it is the choice of friends. The type of company we keep can make or break us. A popular English cliché aptly sums it up ‘show me your friend, and I will tell you who you are.’ If more friends must come into your life, then some must leave your life. Friendship needs to be tested before it can be trusted just as a Yoruba adage puts it, “Pretend to be dead while sleeping so as to know those who love you”. There have been stories of friends reposing confidence in one another only to get betrayed at the end of the day. There are some  friends who are just there to milk you dry and abandon you to your fate. Ask yourself: The company I keep, is it adding value to my life or removing it? If you can’t get any clue as to whether you are making headway with your choice of friends, simply discard them. If you were burning for Christ at one point of your life, and later found out that your relationship with God has eroded, consider your choice of friends and back out before it is too late if that is your source of spiritual erosion. Remember, iron sharpens iron and a good friend compliments one another. Values of relationships – Man is a by-product of relationship. And Christianity is all about relationships – a vertical relationship with God and a horizontal relationship with others. And Read more…


Ingratitude: the common sickness Many people the world over, including Christians, seldom thank God for what He has done  for  them,  but  are  after  what more they can get from Him. Both unbelievers and believers are clad with ingratitude or ungrateful hearts, never appreciating the present and past blessings of God. Ingratitude is a common sickness plaguing humanity. While the unemployed seek job offers, some employees work reluctantly, complaining as they go. Others cheerfully give their best all day long. God expects us to be faithful on the job and serve with gladness. To brood and complain is not only a waste of energy, it is a mark of ingratitude to God. No matter your plight, there is still hope for the living. The spirit of ingratitude is also at work in the Church. When it is time to praise and thank God for His goodness, we do it with boredom. But it’s all fireworks when it’s time to pull down the enemy or ask for breakthrough. The truth? We are not better than the nine ungrateful lepers. If in doubt, ask yourself: when last did you testify of God’s gracious dealings in your life, family and work? What about that healing and deliverance from demonic attacks? We all need to shed our garment of ingratitude to tap into God’s blessings. Carnal man is self-centered and proud – Michal, the wife of King David exalted the position of a king above every other person, including God. That’s why she saw no reason why a king must be dancing before the Read more…

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