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The Year 2047

Tunde Ekpekurede My name is Tunde Ekpekurede, today is my 80th birthday. 27 years ago, I was then 53 years of age, there was a Corona Virus (some of you will remember this virus) outbreak that started in Wuhan China and the virus outbreak almost paralysed me and my finances. The virus caused a global pandemic that practically kept much of the entire world on a lockdown. Prior to this lock down, my finances were in a fairly good shape and I had a few promising contract opportunities lined up for me. However, once the virus pandemic set in, several of my regular clients cancelled their contracts and I gradually slipped into a state of panic. From a faith filled mind packed with plenty promises, I moved into a defensive and fearful mode. I remember one particular Friday during the pandemic, I sat in front of my television all day and by the end of that day, I was so fearful that even my wife could not believe the words that were coming out of my mouth. Fear wrapped up my entire m

POTUS, Be Like King Jehoshaphat

There is a beautiful account of God's deliverance given in 2 Chronicle 20:2-3 Then there came some that told Jehoshaphat, saying, There comes a great multitude against you from beyond the sea on this side Syria; and, behold, they be in Hazazontamar, which is Engedi.And Jehoshaphat feared, and set himself to seek the LORD, and proclaimed a fast throughout all Judah. John Piper wrote : "Jehoshaphat caught wind of the impending attack. It didn’t take a Pythagoras to do the math. His army was like a sandcastle facing a large breaker. The kingdom of Judah would be swept away unless he got some very strong help. Now, forget for the moment that you know the fairytale-like ending to the story. What would it have been like to be Jehoshaphat? Bearing down on him was a brutal death for himself, everyone he loves, and tens of thousands of his people. And everyone was looking to him to do something to save them. That’s pressure." Let's humble ourselves and ask God to res


 Sussanna Jacob Most of the affordable cookware we use are made from reactive metals such as: Aluminium, Copper, Cast iron and Stainless steel. These metals readily react to any element they come In contact with especially water. Amongst these metals some are more reactive than others, the most reactive being aluminium. Nevertheless, the bottom-line is consistent: they all react and leach in to foods cooked in them. Unfortunately, nothing can be done to eliminate this leaching factor because that is the nature of these metals. Having said that, we can at least try to minimize the levels of the leaching by maintaining and using the cookware properly. A few Tips to limit leaching: Discard worn-out cookware: worn-out cookware are cooking tools such pots, pans, kettles, that have been used for a long period of time. Remember, the older the cookware the more the leaching takes place. This is why you have to discard old cookware and replace with new ones, which is the only sure way

Dr Mena's Diary -Wisdom and Faith come from God

Somo had just been admitted for three days with complaints of high grade fever, catarrh and joint aches of three days duration.   He was a 22year old undergraduate studying chemical engineering at a prestigious University. Somo initially sought help from the local medicines vendor around his school hostel when his illness began. With worsening of his symptoms, he had informed his parents who came to pick him up for proper treatment at a hospital. Dr Mena He was being managed for malaria following plasmodium parasitemia in his blood film for malaria parasite. Four days into admission, he had developed a terrible sorethroat, bloody urine, torrential bleeding from his nostrils and his clinicians entertained a possible diagnosis of Lassa Fever, one of the viral haemorrhagic fevers. He was kept in a special ward and samples were collected and sent to the Laboratory for confirmation. Necessary preventive measures were put in place for staff and relatives who had come in contact with


Bro Ovo Okpubuluku Let's not allow the signs of the times distract us from walking in the wisdom required of the times. Of all the signs of the times we see, there's only one happening in which the Lord is actively involved. And that's where we ought to focus on. What's that thing? The preaching of the Gospel of the Kingdom to all nations. Saints, that ought to be our focus! Not the famines and earthquakes. Not the wars and rumors of wars.(Including the facts and theories that we are or are unable to substantiate; not the things which are true or the mere conspiracy theories). Not the plagues and pestilences. Not even the rise of false prophets. Not the rise of iniquity or the love of many waxing cold. Not the offenses and betrayals that will go on within the walls of the Church institutions and communities. These are but beginning of birth pains, which will become more intense and more frequent in times to come. If therefore we faint of fear now,

Put Fear Where It Belongs

Put Fear Where It Belongs [Tuesday April 4, 2017]  By Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor “For the thing which I greatly feared is come upon me, and that which I was afraid of is come unto me.” (Job 3:253:25) There is a kind of fear that is not from God and not of God. It comes from the pit of hell. This kind of fear must be addressed because it emanates from unbelief.  What was Job afraid of? He was afraid that he would lose everything God had given him. Why was he afraid he would lose everything?  He was afraid because he did not believe that God could protect what He had given him. If God cannot protect what He gives you, do not accept anything from Him because anything He gives you will be tested.  However, I am assuring you that the God whom I serve is the same yesterday, today, and forever! In Deuteronomy 20:1, the Bible declares: “When thou goest out to battle against thine enemies and seest horses, and chariots, and a people more than thou,  be not afraid of them: for the LORD thy God