What do you see?

There’s this story of an intern prophet, who wouldn’t stop fussing about the enemy. He kept on going to his superior, “They’re coming… they’ve surrounded us… they’re drawing their weapons, they are…” The veteran prophet, however, wasn’t a bit disturbed because he saw something and knew something. So he said, “Lord, open his eyes to…

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Life isn’t perfect but…

Life isn’t perfect. Never has been, never will be. Whatever good life gives you, there’s always going to be a twist of imperfection in it. You’re happy you got a new job, but there’s a horrible boss waiting. You’re happy you finally got the money, but the house you wanted to buy just got off…

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Captain!

Act One: “This man deserves your help!” The learned fellows felt the captain was entitled to a miracle because he was a nice guy. “He ought to have it…” they said. A trade by barter between the mortal and the divine, it seemed. Act Two: “… I am certainly not worthy to come to you….”…

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reFOCUS

It’s very easy. To direct our focus to and set our hearts on – The challenges. Limitations. Weaknesses. Disabilities. Call it whatever you will, whatever makes you feel better… they are synonyms to me. Argue my lexical correctness but I’m certain you’d agree with me that we all use these words for the same purpose…

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Fear Not

“Fear Not” This is arguably the most frequent command in the Bible – scholars say it adds up to at least one for each day. Today, I heard it three times – during devotion this morning, on the commute via KHCB radio, and in a WhatsApp message from a friend. WOW! The aptness of this…

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The ongoing struggle

What do you see in the picture? I see an ongoing struggle. You are the man in wine jersey, privileged to be a player on the field of life – running with the ball towards the goal post. You are meant to score, get ahead in the match and do your Coach and fans proud.…

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Just thinking

Hello. I’m just thinking: If Job lived in the 21st century, his life might be like this: He would lose his job. All his kids would die in a car crash on his first son’s thirtieth birthday. And while still grieving, he would discover he had cancer. Then his wife would file for divorce. But…

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