Never, Ever. Always, Always.

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  It’s Never, Ever, Been because you’re smart. It’s Never, Ever, Been because you have connections. It’s Never, Ever, Been because you’re righteous. It’s Never, Ever Been because you’re holy. It’s Never, Ever, Been because you’re perfect. It’s Never, Ever, Been About You. Never, Ever, Forget That. It’s Always, Always, Been About His Help. It’s […]

Don't Get Mad, Get Even?

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I am sure one of the most ‘perplexing’ things to my husband about me is that I do things in the dark a lot of times, especially in the mornings. Most times, I get up before my alarm goes off and I just stumble into the kitchen, put on the cooker, start making breakfast, all […]

He Sees. He Knows.

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God, we have been told, is Omniscient, Omnipotent, Omnipresent. He knows and sees all things. But, human as we are, we sometimes forget that God sees us. We know somewhere at the back of our minds that He can see all things, but we just are not convinced that He is actually taking a look […]

It's Time To Pray

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  Good Morning Precious Women of God. The number of evil reports we come across on a daily basis shows to me that the end is indeed near. There’s so much trouble everywhere, it’s alarming. We will be Praying this morning and I want to start from my own Jerusalem – Nigeria. Today, I’ll like […]

4 Top Questions You Should Ask Before You Buy Your Child a Bible

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Choosing a bible that your child would love can sometimes be a tough feat.

How do you know what kind of Bible you should buy for your child?

And what are the things you should consider in getting a bible that your child will come to cherish and make their own?

In this post, I share with you the four top things you need to consider when shopping for a new bible for your child.

Help! I am The Other Woman Part 2

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“Glow, please don’t say that. I really am very sorry for all the pain I caused you. I really tried to get in touch with you after my Masters program, but by the time I could get in touch, I was told you were already planning your wedding. I did not want to be an intruder, so I just let you be.”
“I still love you Glow.”
“You can’t love me. What about your wife?”
“I just got married to her because you were already married. It’s you I love and not her”.
“Please take me back to my office. I can’t do this”

Mid-Year Appraisals

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Most companies run an annual appraisal for their staff where their work output is reviewed. The most anticipated outcome of appraisals is an upward review of the salary package and promotion and In fact some people already make plans for the expected increase. I had my appraisals at the office recently and it was quite […]