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Word of the Day:God of Second Chances.

| January 7, 2017 | 0 Comments
Word of the Day:God of Second Chances.

Have you ever witnessed or been party to a mob justice? I have witnessed one and it is not a pretty sight. It is like the very core of what is evil within us comes to the surface and we perform acts of violence that are unthinkable in ordinary life situations. Suddenly we become the […]

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Word of the Day:Never Forsaken

| August 18, 2013 | 0 Comments
Word of the Day:Never Forsaken

Do you feel disappointed and in despair because someone you counted on let you down? Many times we give our all to help others but people can fail; even your best friends or those you love the most can fail. A couple was approached by a friend of theirs who had a sick child and […]

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Word of the Day:God’s Timing.

| July 10, 2013 | 0 Comments
Word of the Day:God’s Timing.

Have you ever had an appointment either friendly or official and the other party arrived late? And when they finally arrived, they gave lame excuses. You felt utterly disrespected and not taken serious of. You are not alone, it is a human weakness. Unfortunately this weakness goes deep in human that we term God’s timing […]

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Word of the Day:How much worth do you attach to yourself

| May 25, 2013 | 0 Comments
Word of the Day:How much worth do you attach to yourself

Do you value yourself? Value is the certain amount of worth that is attached to something. We fix some sort of value in the material things that we own or see. Everything before our eyes has a different measure of worth attached to it. We all have that one person that we would not like […]

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Word of the Day:Touch and you will be touched

| May 24, 2013 | 0 Comments
Word of the Day:Touch and you will be touched

For every action there is an equal reaction. We always get an equal measure of what we give. Giving is one of the many human characteristics that define who we are. In giving, we share part or whole of what we have to that other person in our day to day interactions. Giving can be […]

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