Corban is a Hebrew word adopted into the Greek of the New Testament and left untranslated. It occurs only once in the Bible and it means a gift or offering consecrated to God. This story is a series weaved around the story in Mark 7:11 in the Bible, enjoy!!! Read the first episode of the […]
I’m intelligent, beautiful, confident and outspoken. Added to this is a good knowledge of the Bible due to the fact that I hardly miss church services or personal Bible study periods. Now, because of the qualities mentioned above, I had a tendency to assume I was better than the average person; I might not show it outwardly but it was there in my heart nevertheless.
Isaac Adeosun married Yemisi when he was twenty-five and she nineteen. They had been sweethearts since Yemisi was in form three. He had already passed his class six exam, though barely, and had gone to Osogbo to master the art of welding with his uncle who had a factory there.
Hi, folks. Today, I’ll like to share some of the important lessons from the story of the blind man as recorded in the Bible, specifically from John 9: 1-5 The Bible passage above tells the story of Jesus and His disciples walking on a particular road; as they walked by, they saw a blind man […]
Mr. Alder stressed the fact that life isn’t easy and emphasized the need for a warrior mentality so as to succeed in life. He pictured David and Goliath’s scenario and then gave us 7 rules to overcome Goliaths in our life.
After spending almost a year in this community and in a situation where I never thought I could cope, I deemed it necessary to share with y’all some of the lessons I’ve learned and techniques on how to survive if you ever find yourself in such a situation.
I’m here again with another of my NYSC stories, this one is about Banga soup (someone will be saying, this girl must like food o 😎).
It is commonly said that when you live among people of other tribes, one of the things you’ll learn is their delicacy.