I know a man of burden in this time. He is my friend. Adebayo Ibrahim Razak. We call him AIR. He is a man who I can describe as one without an iota of dignity in worship, and shameless in prayer.
Boy, headiness comes from the devil. And he tells you that you are strong simply because you have prayed, and promised. And he let's you think that you have automatically become Hulk Hogan.
Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen, and AIs out there. As I sit here, I know I cannot afford to take this with levity anymore, this blogging. It has been a long ten days. I am free, sort of. I do not jump off to work in the mornings, have junk for meals, and dress like …
He has pursued me with a love so reckless I can only cry every time I think about it.
It is 2018, and this is my first post of the year. In March. This is terrible. But the power of some people though. I have had quite the torrid year, and you will understand me if you are a young lawyer (or any young professional) starting out in Lagos. It is not a very …
A fundamental truth to a growing reputation is that it is so easy to confess our sins to God, but our reputation rarely allows us to be vulnerable to our brothers and sisters. Because they have such high hopes and expectations, we don't want to fail them. So we keep our failings to ourselves, blocking off godly help because it makes us lose our "charm".
All in all, surrendering to Jesus is not an easy human feat. It does not follow any human logic we have, and totally defies all intellect. But the moment you are able to think besides yourself for a little while, and think about the end of it all, this life I mean, you will see the relevancy and admissibility of Jesus Christ. It only requires that you become "ordinary".