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14 Feb 2021
God demonstrated His sovereign authority to open and shut the doors of the kingdom in the life of Cyrus, a Persian King. About one and half centuries before Cyrus became a ruler, we read this about him
20 Dec 2020
Advent ushers us into the prophecies and expectations that surround Christmas. The carols evoke many memories, fragrant and romantic. Isaiah, the Prince of messianic prophecies writes: “Therefore, the Lord himself will give you a sign. Behold, the virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.” (Isaiah 7:14) – meaning “God…
29 Nov 2020
The peculiarity of kings is the life of discipline they live. They are extremely careful with their utterances because their words are weighty and carry enormous power. They do not speak because they have mouths. Rather, they speak because it is expedient and the occasion demands it. Kings are models to follow. This is because…
29 Nov 2020
The power of God’s transforming grace revealed itself in the virtuous character of Daniel. “He was faithful.” His faithfulness attracted God’s favour and the king’s commendation. But this same faithfulness was construed as a crime by his envious colleagues. Envy will paint a saint as a sinner or regard the righteous as a rebel. Daniel…
14 Mar 2020
Toyin Falola, one of Nigeria’s prominent and prolific historians, renowned scholar and public intellectual, professor of History, who occupies a chair in the Humanities at the University of Texas at Austin
17 Sep 2019
There seems to be no end in sight to the battle over the Ogwashi-Uku stool, as the royal family has faulted claims that the newly-installed Obi of Ogwashi-Uku, HRM Ifechukwude Okonjo, was crowned in error.
18 Aug 2019
The world is never without a challenge of war against one another, battles and hatred are inevitable among nations. This physical war also amounts to some spiritual war that has subjected a lot of people to slavery in the spiritual realm.
18 Sep 2018
King Uzziah (783 –742 BC) reigned in the ancient kingdom of Judah which had splintered from the kingdom of Israel.  Unfortunately, his contempt for the settled norms and traditions of governance got the better of him and led him to usurp the established authority of the priesthood, who had the sole prerogative to burn incense to…
27 May 2016
On the demise of his father, little help came from nowhere else. The first casualty of the incident was his education. He had to abandon school for commerce.

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