A tribute to my Father


Oh My Father My Father

In the gentle arms of the Lord you got carried

In his bosom you finally laid

The heavenly boat you now sail, the earthly rail you stayed

Before the evil days you got transfigured

Mysterious to the world it may seems

A thought of good the Lord has lain

The expected end you have reached

Oh My Father My Father

Generations will be blessed, for through you generals have been raised

Light you were, light you handed over

Love you shared in it you endured

Through it you suffered, at the end you with it conquered

Oh My Father My Father

Earlier you departed, painful we feel

Thinking you will live reaping the seed

Once tearfully released

This is the consolation we have, the beauty of heaven,

The peace you now have, the crown you now wear

The garment of a conqueror, the mansion you…

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Born November 7, 1918—only four days before the armistice ending World War I and exactly one year after the Communist Revolution in Russia Billy Graham was raised on a dairy farm outside Charlotte, North Carolina. Growing up during the Depression, he learned the value of hard work, but he also found time to become an … Continue reading BIOGRAPHY: BILLY GRAHAM 1918 — 2018



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Once, while a man lay in bed reading a book, the Lord decided to teach him some sobering lessons. Momentarilly, sleep took over, his book and pen dropped off. About a minute or so later, he woke up to discover that the book and pen he firmly held had broken loose from his grip. It dawned on him that at death or end of a race, there would also be an inevitable finishing line. Every activity would cease. No secular race is endless. One would have to let go of whatever he would be holding or doing.
So it is with the fixed seasons of time. A year begins and ends. It was the same with biblical Israel. There was a period of bondage that appeared to be endless.But it did end on an eminent note for liberated Israel as Psalm 114 recounts.
So also, 2017 is gone, here we…

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Arch Bishop Benson Andrew Idahosa: father of Pentecostalism (11 September 1938 – 12 March 1998)

Among prominent Ministers and leaders in the 80's and 90's was Arch Bishop Benson Idahosa, who is known to be the father of Pentecostalism in Africa, his influence remains indelible on African Christendom. The writer is a testimony of faith conceived during one of his Television ministrations. Without doubt even the kingdom of darkness recognised … Continue reading Arch Bishop Benson Andrew Idahosa: father of Pentecostalism (11 September 1938 – 12 March 1998)

6 Amazing Ways You Can Be A Blessing To Your Boss!


The Bible tells a story of a young man named Joseph who chose to be a blessing to his boss in ways that are not as common anymore today. Genesis 39:5 tells us, “From that moment on, God blessed the home of the Egyptian – all because of Joseph. The blessing of God spread over everything he owned, at home and in the fields.”


When we choose to be a blessing to our employers and superiors, they’re not the only ones who benefit. A boss who is encouraged, motivated and blessed brings blessing to the whole company or office, and the same is true for the exact opposite. When a boss is demotivated, the whole company or office will probably feel the weight of it as well.

Being a blessing to your superior is also something that God has instructed us to do in Hebrews 13:17, which says “Have confidence…

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Saint John Bosco: Don Bosco and his earthly exploits.

John Bosco was born in the evening of 16 August 1815 in the hillside hamlet of Becchi, Italy. He was the youngest son of Francesco Bosco  and Margherita Occhiena. He had two older brothers, Antonio and Giuseppe.  John Bosco was born into a time of great shortage and famine in the Piedmonteses countryside, following the … Continue reading Saint John Bosco: Don Bosco and his earthly exploits.