Verse of the day: Five translations

Delight thyself also in the Lord ; and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Psalms 37:4 KJV Be happy with the Lord. He will give to you what you most want. Psalms 37:4 EASY Delight yourself in the Lord , And He will give you the desires and petitions of your heart. …

What prompted Jesus to Curse the Fig Tree?

Have you ever read the portion of the bible where Jesus cursed the fig tree and wondered why He took such action on an innocent tree? Could it have been because there was no friuts on the fig tree for Him to quench His hunger?. It's also worthy to note that book of Mark 11:13 …

The Chronicle of dynaxty in Korea

Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: The Chronicle of dynaxty in Korea Man thanks for stopping by until next time, wishing you a pleasant week ahead... Peace Danny

How about we let the Resolution thing slide?

For most of us, New Year is a time for turning a new leaf. To cease from doing certain things, to improve on certain aspect of our lives, either to stop some bad habits, to work out so as to burn that fat and be in shape (Lol) and the list goes on.... Some always …

How to say Merry Christmas in 25 African languages

May the blessings of this season fill your home with joy and
your mind with love… Merry Christmas !


E ku odun, E keresimesi Oma, Iselogbe

Africa is blessed with over a thousand major languages spoken by millions of people in 54 countries of the continent.

Some languages are mutually intelligible as they share similar words and cross national boundaries due to inter-marriages and similar geographical location.

December 25 is marked as the birthday of Jesus Christ by Christians all over the world and it comes with the greeting Merry Christmas.

The greeting has been Africanized and here are 25 ways of saying Merry Christmas in Africa as documented

  • Afrikaans (South Africa, Namibia) – Geseënde Kersfees

  • Akan (Ghana, Ivory Coast, Benin) –Afishapa
  • Amharic (Ethiopia) – Melikam Gena!
  • Ashanti/Asante/Asante Twi (Ghana) – afehyia pa
  • Chewa (Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe) – Moni Wa Chikondwelero Cha Kristmasi
  • Dagbani (Ghana) – Ni ti BurunyaChou
  • Edo (Nigeria) – Iselogbe
  • Ewe (Ghana, Togo) –Blunya na wo
  • Fula/Fulani (Niger, Nigeria, Benin…

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This is one of the richest relationships in the Bible. A ground gives support or a reason for another statement. One way to think of it is that it is the ground upon which another statement is built. Ground are factors forming a basis for action or the justification for a belief. A ground is …


Yes, you can always improve on things. Yet to improve something doesn’t necessarily mean to add more to it. Sometimes you can improve something not by adding to it, but by taking away from it. Your life, for instance, might improve significantly not by adding more to it, but by taking a few things off …


The importance of continuous improvement cannot be over emphasized and it’s amazing to think that improvement begins with I

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Our strengths and flaws make us who we are

Like a list of ingredients for that delicacy we’ve come to know

But should we then leave things as they are?

No, constant improvement is necessary for us to grow

Not necessarily to completely change who we are

But to make our strengths better and our flaws flawless

Yours truly


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Praise Precedes Victory

The bible says the weapon of our warfare are not carnal ( physical ) but mighty through God to the pulling down of strongholds. 2 Corinthians 10:4 Praise is one of such weapons because praise brings God down and where God is there's liberty and victory. Psalm 22:3 2 Chronicles 20 tells us how the …


Complain may look logical, but thanksgiving is the only lawful way to go forward… 1 Thessalonians 5:18 (NKJV)



The rich young ruler in the books of Matthew 19 and Mark 10told Jesus that he kept all of the commandments from his youth up, but the Lord quickly reminded him that he was lacking something.

That’s true for all of us. No matter how much we may try to live upright, we will always remain lacking in some area.

You may not be a fornicator, an adulterer, a drunk, a murderer…you may go to church every time the doors open. You may be very generous in your giving …


God HATES complaining. He doesn’t hate complainers, but He does hate it when we complain. One of Israel’s greatest, most consistent sins while in the wilderness was that of complaining and murmuring. In fact, it was their complaining that made an 11-day trip last 40 years.

God hates complaining so much he allowed His own children…

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Build The Pattern of The Owner

A builder doesn't build his pattern, he builds according to the owners specifications. You cannot build your pattern and expect the owner to live in it. Exodus 25:8 For I want the people of Israel to make me a sacred TEMPLE where I can LIVE among them. Exodus 25:40 Be SURE that EVERYTHING you make …

Admonition: Romans 12:3-‬8 MSG

I’m speaking to you out of deep gratitude for all that God has given me, and especially as I have responsibilities in relation to you. Living then, as every one of you does, in pure grace, it’s important that you not misinterpret yourselves as people who are bringing this goodness to God. No, God brings …