by SAMUEL O. TAIWO "I'm born again" or so I thought From day to day this grim lie bought; Was faithful at my local Church My passion, my friends could avouch "I'm water-dunked" - my boastful claim! "I'm heaven bound" - my delusion Ignorant was I all these years What need I for the sinner's… Continue reading Confessions of a Religious Man
"Create in me a clean heart O God, and renew a right spirit within me."
One way to quickly discern a wise man is, by the way he numbers his words. I've come to a point in life where I've learnt by the things I've seen and heard over the years, that those who try to impress others in anyway whatsoever are sometimes victims of either inferiority complex, or insecurity.… Continue reading Big Ben at Coffee Talks
The Good Book calls it, that forbidden part of the Underworld originally prepared for Satan and his angels. And those fortunate few who have dared to stare the very gates of this most horrid place have lived to call it, the abode of devils and fallen angels, the second death, the lake of fire, outer darkness, God's eternal prison, the dust bin of the Almighty, and, hell's grimmest labyrinth! This Underworld and the livid, tumultuous conditions of its eternally tormented inhabitants is one which is as real to existence as the very earth upon which we tread. And those who love their souls can avoid this place by total reliance on the redemptive power of the Cross.
Are there times Jesus comes to us in ways we never thought he would? Was there ever any time when Jesus truly needed our help? The answers may be more shocking than you always imagined...
I will love you in life, I will love you in death, And praise you as long as you lend me breath, And say when the death dew lies cold on my brow: "If ever I love you, my Jesus 'tis now"
Setting our records straight before men is as important to heaven as setting our records straight before God. And if there’s no reason good enough not to set our records straight before God, then there’s no reason good enough not to set our records straight before men. Here’s why...
by SAMUEL O. TAIWO