The Strength of Gentleness

A tamed horse is no less stronger than a wild horse. It can go just as long and run just as fast. A lot of times, we take gentleness to be synonymous to weakness, but the¬†Bible says.. "The meek will inherit the earth".. Matt. 5:5 A gentle person does not overreact. A gentle person is... Continue Reading →


N E H E M I A H (2)

The Book of Nehemiah is one of the greatest stories on leadership in the Bible. It narrates how to discern a vision on your purpose, how to ask for what you want persuasively, how to communicate the vision, how to recruit people, how to delegate a team, and how to keep going and persevering in... Continue Reading →

N E H E M I A H (1)

So Nehemiah 1 starts with him serving as a wine steward in the palace of King Artaxerxes of Persia. Some of the survivors of the exile including his brothers come to visit him in Persia. He inquires about Jerusalem and the other people who had returned form exile, and they tell him about the state... Continue Reading →

Can all of me contain All Of You?

So after reading the "Glory story" about how God revealed Himself to Moses, i made a new year prayer plan to pray less "God enlarge my coast" prayers and more "All of You God" prayers. I ditched the "2018 is my year of increase, breakthroughs, promotions, testimonies, and all types of adjectives we use to... Continue Reading →

Show me Your Glory- 2

So Moses asks God to reveal Himself ! "Show me Your Glory".. He asks. Show Yourself.. Let me see You.. Showcase Your wonder-working-mighty power and leave me breathless. So one thing i picked from Moses's prayer. To ask God to Show His Glory is to ask Him to reveal Himself. And that was Moses prayer.¬†"I... Continue Reading →

Show me Your Glory

I read Max Lucado's "It's not about me" where he describes God's Glory in such beautiful prose, and finally, I understood the word Glory in its Biblical majesticness! So Max used the Bible reference Ex. 33:12-23, where an anxious Moses asks God "You have been telling me to lead these people, but you have not... Continue Reading →

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