I myself remember crying when my Form 4 results were made known to me, and my Shona result was not what I had wanted. I had invested late nights, reading of novels and research to try to get that elusive A. And when it did not come, I was so frustrated. And though the example may seem petty; my point is simply that I can relate to the feeling of a heavy heart from an unfulfilled dream.
We understand when it comes to marriage that a process of intelligence and wisdom is necessary in selecting a spouse; and for the greater part of it the body of Christ no longer arranges marriages for people and tells them to just go with it and perform the qualities of a good husband or wife… Continue reading Political Interlude 1
Having spoken at relative length on the destructive and pernicious nature of sin, it would be unwise to end there; for in many ways that would only inspire fear. Sin is deadly; and it is because of 1 sin alone, the eating of the wrong tree that there is death, sickness, poverty and all the… Continue reading Sin-it is a battle we can win
One of the reasons we are so susceptible to sin and why we do not take sin seriously enough is we are not convinced of the consequences of it." In another manner of speaking, we do not treat sin as seriously, definitively and decidedly as we ought to because we don't think it is a big deal and we do not think that we have a lot to lose.
A few days ago whilst focusing on the latest soccer news I was browsing from my phone, I kind of got lost in my own little world. From the television, there was music playing, at a level from the other room I was in I could easily hear every word at first, but as the… Continue reading A deaf ear