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Lectionary Sermon for 16 July 2017 on Matthew 13:1-9,18-23

Today we encounter another well known parable. I guess in some ways, if instead of listening like bored children to familiar stories, if we were to try to relate the Gospel stories of Jesus not just to real lives but to… 1,756 more words


It Stood Alone

It’s a dish usually served cold, remarkably frigid.

Sitting under the cloche, it remains hidden and once revealed it makes its appearance on the colorless plate. 218 more words

Juan Life

When Enough Isn't Good Enough

Taking a three-week trip from Texas to Michigan and back again with five children is nothing to sneeze at, especially if one is crazy enough to drive. 713 more words


Man, Hmmm, Pity his Amnesia. By Oshaloto, Joseph Tade 

Man, Hmmm, Pity his Amnesia.

By Oshaloto, Joseph Tade
The human mind is terribly complex. It remembers what it should forget and forgets what it should remember. 325 more words

Taking things for granted

Two old friends happened to meet each other one day. One of them seemed depressed. His friend asked him why he was so sad. He said: ‘Three weeks ago, my uncle died and left me $40,000.’ ‘That’s wonderful,’ his friend said. 103 more words



Wednesday, June 14, 2017.

Author: Bishop Julius Okarike

Verse of the Day: Bless the Lord oh my soul and all that is within me bless his Holy name. 605 more words


The Other Side Of Arrogance

This is the story of assumptions. Assumptions that we make about prickly characters and their tender counterparts. Assumptions we make about the motivation of people to act the way that they do, without realising that those assumptions are projections of how we believe we would act if faced with their circumstances, and then we judge them for it while cursing those that judge us under similar circumstances. 503 more words