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The life of a soldier at war is difficult. They live under the constant threat of attack and each day they must prepare for battle. Each day they must make sure they are properly dressed to face the enemy.
In a very real sense, we are ALL at war! Every child of God faces an enemy who is determined to engage us in battle each and every day. These battles will not look the same as those we see reported in the news; "For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the
Hmmm.......Nigerians are very funny and resilent people walahi....
Nigerians being the Ketekete/Donkey whilst the owner are our Leaders....does that sound right? Am trying to play around with some thoughts here.....it shld really be the other way round, but our Leaders are riding us Hard/Roughshod...it's about time we start riding them...they were after all meant to be Servants serving us....hence should be the Donkey
Hmmm......we're gradually sliding into Spring-like weather over here in North Pole. It had Snowed on Monday and the rest of the week was a mixture of good Sunny Weather whilst the rest was Showers...cleaning all the dirt created all through the season.
There i was cruising back home...and one street before mine encountered a very beautiful and interesting sight....a line up of Deers....walking down in a Single File...i counted six of them...walking majestically...and it amused me
Hebrew 12 verse 24...And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than that of Abel.
Genesis 4 verse 10.....The LORD said, "What have you done? Listen! Your brother's blood cries out to me from the ground
Revelation 12 verse 11...They overcame him
by the blood of the Lamb
and by the word of their testimony;
they did not love their lives so much
as to shrink
I recently read some great commentary from Jeremy Grantham, a well-known U.S-based investment manager. The article, Reinvesting When Terrified, talks about one aspect of investor psychology called “terminal paralysis”. As Grantham puts it, “When the market goes down, it reinforces the hoarding of cash. By the bottom, you suffer terminal paralysis - you cannot pull the trigger. Almost everyone who avoids the great pain is very slow to get back”.
Clearly, terminal paralysis is an