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You mean am?

You mean am?

I woke up this morning typing another article entirely, and I heard a child singing what was a song we regularly sang in the children’s Bible club. The lyrics of the song are “In the Morning/early in the morning/in the morning…I will rise and praise the Lord”. I smiled, because it brought back an avalanche of memories in that four or five second period, when I joined in the song muttering the lyrics to myself, I noticed that what the child was singing went thus: “In the morning/early in the morning/in the morning…I will never praise the Lord”. It was mildly amusing but also threw my mind in another direction.

An incident happened about four years ago, which I’m certain I’d never forget. I was singing a song “You are more than life to me /O Lord my God”, and a very dear friend, ‘Rowy Omoyibo said (I can’t remember his words exactly) “but that sing doesn’t reflect in your actions, the way you lead your life shows that the world is more important than God to you”. But I remember somewhere in that heavenly inspired reprimand was ‘YOU MEAN AM’? Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by on October 22, 2016 in Uncategorized


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Changing Friends, Changing Years

There is a friend for little children, above the bright blue sky,

A friend who never changes, whose love will never die,

Our earthly friends may fail us, or change with changing years,

This friend is always worthy, His love will never die.

 If you look back, how many of your friends from ‘yesterday’ are still around? Read the rest of this entry »


Posted by on November 11, 2013 in Uncategorized


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