Another Look At Potentials

The pictures below are of my goats. Definition: Potential is having or showing the capacity to develop into something in the future. Potentials involve latent qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success or usefulness. Underdeveloped societies usually reason in absolutes. It is said that Michelangelo saw an angel in a […]

Lessons I Learnt From My Wife On Mother’s Day

1. She is not afraid of facing challenges. While I was away preaching, she completed the first phase of our new school building at Okuokoko. She started it from foundation. She has proved this over and over again, even from the time we married as young people during my NYSC days. She was 24 years […]

The Story Behind The Glory—Building Like the Ant

In continuation on The New Year Has Started, here are a few lessons I’ve picked up. Lessons Of Life 1. Real estate rarely depreciates in value We bought that piece of land on which we are building about 20 years back. Then, an acre was about 300,000 Naira. Today, an acre goes for between 24 […]

Developmental Christianity

And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others. 2 Timothy 2: 2 My life and ministry since the age of 40 years has been geared towards leaving a place better than I met it. It’s about leaving an individual […]

Building A Healthy Home

A healthy family/home is a family that is spiritually, physically, intellectually, mentally, and financially sound, and socially responsible. It starts from the choice of a marriage partner. Usually, in times of old, inquiries are made about issues like mental illness in the families. Today, hemoglobin genotype tests are done to check for conditions like Sickle […]

A Visit To Igbide—A Peep Into The Future

I met Venerable Mathew A. E. Igri about 18 years back when I started running seminars for the Anglican church. I had just relocated from Aba to Ughelli. We found out that we are both alumni of the University of Ibadan. He took interest in my ministry since then. Now he is retired and resides […]

Esau Stopped Being A Hunter

We continue on the transformation of Esau after considering the study on The Spirit of Esau in The Spirit of Esau, Why did God hate Esau?, The Spirit of Esau and Legacy, and The Spirit Of Esau And Recklessness, and lastly, The Seed Of Esau—Would you have forgiven Jacob? This is the account of the family line of Esau (that is, Edom). Esau took […]

Don’t Tell The Children—The Spirit Of Esau

With this post, we’ll be concluding this series on the The Spirit of Esau. Previously, we’ve looked at The Spirit of Esau, Why did God hate Esau?, The Spirit of Esau and Legacy, and The Spirit Of Esau And Recklessness, The Seed Of Esau—Would you have forgiven Jacob?, and Esau Stopped Being A Hunter. Esau reconciled with Jacob, but before then, […]

The Seed Of Esau—Would you have forgiven Jacob?

In previous studies on the Spirit of Esau, we’ve looked at The Spirit of Esau, Why did God hate Esau?, The Spirit of Esau and Legacy, and The Spirit Of Esau And Recklessness. We continue now with the Seed of Esau. Text: Genesis 33:1-18 This is one of the most dramatic chapters in the Bible. It is also one of the most challenging […]

The Spirit of Esau and Legacy

In the series on the study of Esau, we’ve looked at The Spirit Of Esau and Why Did God Hate Esau. We continue the study looking at how Esau treated family legacies. As said earlier on, the covenant inheritance that Esau had as occupational blessing was animal husbandry. It is noteworthy that even Pharaoh’s attempt […]