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    A Review of “Called to the Pulpit, but not a Pastor”

    A review of Ademola Adedeji’s book “Called to the Pulpit, but not a Pastor”   “Called to the Pulpit, but not a Pastor” - One body, different parts, different functions, but one mission, highlights the need for understanding the basis of one’s calling. An eight-chaptered master-exhortation of an inspiration that started out on the 26th July, [...]
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    Any Hope for Those Born Before Jesus? – Faith vs Righteousness

    You may have realized that these words - faith and righteousness have been a re-occurring theme in many religious circles. And just like most doctrinal bases, they are often prone to been skewed, modified, abridged and diluted.  What exactly do those words mean? Christian fundamentalists, from the late 19th to early 20th centuries have always [...]
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    Making Money Using Bitcoin and other Cryptocurrency in 2017?

    It is undebatable - Cryptocurrency. Everyone wants to make money - "through what and by what?"- remains quite the question to be answered. Risk is one characteristic of a money-minded individual universally accepted as the trunk of entrepreneurship. However, when does risk become too risky? Or should we take risks for the sake of taking [...]
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    Respect, Not Admiration

    But how do we attain the heights where great men reached? Or how do we distinguish between TRUE and FALSE greatness, to begin with? Understanding these two (2) questions should grant the reader some reprieve as regards the question – of SATISFACTION, of CONTENTMENT and of FULFILMENT. From the latter question, greatness that offshoots from [...]
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    5 Sure Ways to Deal with Rejection

    Rejection No one is sure of anything. In fact, the proof that we are humans is that there is always a large degree of error in our certainty. However, what makes us humane is the ability to put in proactive measures - measures that could preclude our errors/mistakes. There are two (2) solid ways rejections [...]
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    “If you like, go and die”

    Scenario 1 You enter a room. You are ‘greeted’ with a horrible smell which technically put, is the perception of odorants by our brains. By some twist of fate, you remain in that room (against your wishes of course) and BOOM! A Miracle: you can’t seem to perceive that smell anymore. This phenomenon is called [...]
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    The Black Man in The Coffin

    The Precursor "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter" - Martin Luther King Jnr. [Tweet ""Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about the things that matter" - Martin Luther King Jnr."] Some days ago, I watched on youtube a scene where some white men [...]
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    Why Expectations are Not Necessary in Your Relationship

    The Myth of Trust Trust is the emotional backbone of every meaningful relationship. Trust is the surname of love. [Tweet "Trust is the emotional backbone of every relationship. Trust is the surname of love."]  The "Scientific American" describes the development of trust as an essential social tool, allowing people to form productive and meaningful relationships, [...]
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    ‘Godly Sins’ and their Underlying Usefulness

    Some throwback Many months ago, I was told about a very fine Christian, cum Pastor who was accosted by armed robbers. Nothing amazes more, believe me. He was finely intimidated and then asked, "do you have any money with you?", he replied meekly, " yes, I do". If my memory serves me right, even after [...]