Recently I was reading the book of Esther and came across again, an interesting woman named Zeresh. I say again, cos I'm sure I had met her before during previous readings but this was the first time I really paid any attention to her. Do you know her? Do you remember her? So some background… Continue reading Meeting Zeresh
I grew up in an Anglican family. Both parents were choristers in their prime and loved hymns. Growing up all I wanted was to join the choir too, not just any choir but the village choir. They were good! They always came tops in competitions. That never happened. I was never home long enough to… Continue reading Of Hymns: I hunger and I thirst || Draw nigh and take
Hey everyone, how have we been? Happy Sunday! lol! How was service? Its been long I put up a #WS post, too long actually. You know how you have things in your head but somehow don't come around to putting them down? Well, I got to put down one today. John 2: 1-10 This passage… Continue reading Word share : Take that step.
Happy Mid Year ! *err permit me to join my country men, who add happy to uncommon days/events. Happy Sunday, Happy Monday, Happy Pubic Holiday, Happy New everything* Initially this used to irk me, especially Happy Sunday.. But I got used to it and joined the wagon a few times. So , again , Happy… Continue reading T’journ June
Favourite blogs.. I read so many blogs. And follow quite a number. I love all the blogs I follow. There are a couple that I like going back to and reading old posts especially.. They are: http://www.eziaha.com http://www.drnsmusings.wordpress.com http://www.stephanieobi.com There! PS: sorry I couldn't drop direct links, my phone refused to cooperate.
Hello dearie, Welcome to our first serving on #WS. And it's on Joseph the carpenter, the earthly father of Jesus. I was reading Matthew chapter 1 today and I just loved the lessons I learned from this man's life. I hadn't really given him much thought. Mary the mother of Jesus had been promised in… Continue reading Word Share : Lessons from Joseph the Carpenter