Being Single In Church Can Be Sometimes Annoying…
Some of you are probably wondering where on earth I’m going with a post like this. Well, hear me out for a moment. Over time, I have been quite uncomfortable with how most churches treat single people. (Especially single women)
I believe the church is a body that caters for people from all works of life and in all stages of life. Children, teenager, young adult, single, married, divorced, widowed…employed, unemployed…etc.
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My dear beloved friend:
– No one really has it all together yet. We force so many self-pressuring parameters on our performance that most of us are neurotic, twitchy, over-productive busybodies with no real destination. In a culture where we celebrate only victory and are scared to talk about defeat: please don’t measure yourself on an impossible grading scale. Don’t measure your private moments with everyone else’s highlight reels.
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How does it make sense to pray for guidance in the future if we are not even obeying the things that lie before us today?
When we look at scripture, there are so many ‘momentous’ events that simply depend on one person’s seemingly small act of obedience.
Be rest assured, do what God tells you to do now, and, depend upon the fact that you will be shown in due course whats next.
Do you know why a lot of people get really hurt in relationships? It’s because human love is inherently selfish. People look toward themselves for love and acceptance, and they keep searching for the validation of their existence in other human beings. Unfortunately, they can never find it.
Continue reading “In Case You Ever Doubt Being Loved…”
I think everyone should be reminded of this from time to time….
If you’re a social media enthusiast like me, you’ll know that the struggle to sound “deep and profound” is very real. People can easily shift from die hard arsenal fan to PDP goon and back to relationship therapist faster than you can spell your name. On social media, it’s easy to see “deep” quotes, “spiritual” and “motivational’ tweets from everyone and anyone.
As Christians on social media, I must say most of us are guiltier of this than anyone. We are the ones who want to “share our faith” and “encourage and inspire” our followers and friends, while impressing our fellow Christians with how “deep” and “spiritual” we are.
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If you’ve been watching Sophie on loveworldplus, you can now see her on SuperScreen TV as her award-winning gospel entertainment show, DEDICATIONS debut on the channel.
The show allows you to send your music dedications to your loved ones, as well as enjoy personality interviews with celebrities.
It will air three days weekly, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 12:30pm- 1:30pm!
So i have been social media trolling again, just reading stuff from people who inspire me. I was about to move on to writing a new blog post when i stumbled on these amazingly informative bunch of tweets from Miss Isioma Osaje on twitter. If you’re looking forward to being a personal assistant, working as one, or thinking you can be one, you definitely need to read this and learn. She calls it, #Assistant101 and i must say, it’s awesome! Happy reading!
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Written By Yemi Olutoye
Don’t get too attached, for we are visitors here on earth. Don’t get carried away in this market place that you forget to help yourself and others Home; a place he has gone to prepare for us…
Why do we run after wealth and worldly things… Why do we hold on to them like we will never leave this world…
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When I gave my heart to Christ, I was so full of joy and excited by what Jesus has done for me; I couldn’t wait to share my testimony. I looked forward eagerly to growing up “in the spirit” and “fulfilling my purpose” and all the other nice things pastor said will happen if I stay in faith and obedience.
Apparently, in my excitement, I did not realize that growing up is a process that requires constant and consistent obedience and that it doesn’t come on soft rose scented cushions.
Continue reading “No. I Don’t Always Feel Good Obeying God…”
This is wishing my sister and colleague, Wazobia FM’s Kody and Nigeria Info FM’s Emmanuel Etim a blissful married life! Congratulations darlings! may your home be filled with joy and immeasurable blessings!
Oh! and i looove the bicycle concept too! (I might steal the idea soon… **winks**)
1. She gets up each morning and follows through with her commitments despite how she feels.
Her feet are firmly positioned into the day’s tasks. While quitting may seem like an option she refuses to become someone others or God can’t count on. Her heart understands that she must be found faithful in the small steps to be trusted with the big steps.
Continue reading “The 5 Habits Of The Girl You Want To Be With”
If you’re like me and you believe that the church should not just be a place where we are spiritually fed, but that it should be a place to connect and build meaningful relationships, personal, professional and otherwise, with other believers, in an atmosphere of the word and love, then the waterbrook church is for you!
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I know it’s awkward and squishy, but it’s okay to receive compliments. Thank God, thank them, and let yourself be happy.
We spend a lot of time in our lives waiting because change is a process. Many people want change, but they don’t want to go through the waiting process. But the truth is, waiting is a given—we are going to wait. The question is, are we going to wait the wrong or right way?
If we wait the wrong way, we’ll be miserable; but if we decide to wait God’s way, we can become patient and enjoy the wait. It takes practice, but as we let God help us in each situation, we develop patience, which is one of the most important Christian virtues.
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