Dr Princewill Onyinyechukwu Ireoba
The suffering of the righteous: Meditation for the eighteenth Sunday after trinity
The question of how a good God can allow the righteous to suffer has puzzled saints and pleased sceptics over the centuries.
Trinity tide: A season for spiritual growth
The Trinity Sunday, together with the Sundays (ranging between twenty three and twenty six following it), constitute the Trinity tide.
The needful thing: Meditation for the rogation sunday
The fifth Sunday after Easter, and the last before the Ascension Day is known as the Rogation Sunday. The days between the Rogation Sunday and the Ascension Day (Monday to Wednesday of the week) are known as the Rogation Days. “Rogation” is derived from the Latin word “Rogare” which means “Asking”, and has come to…
Life after death: Meditation for the third Sunday after Easter
The concept of life after death shows that death is rather a way to life than an end to it. This gives hope and at the same time calls for caution. The belief in life after death, though with variations and contradicting conceptions, including reincarnation, is common among most theistic religions. Even some generally nontheistic…