TODAY POLITICAL CHURCH

have faithThinking about the segregation in churches today,it gives me pain. Church today has turn to political party,in which the pastor or Rev Father will be in altar, and be telling the congregation our church is the best church on earth,this church is good and this church is not good,some pastor and Rev father instruct their members not to watch a christian channel because it is not owned by our church. Unfortunately for any members that visit any other church,he or she will be denounces as a member.

The one that runs tears in my eyes, is the one that happen last week,a lady who has been in love with his fiances for the past two years finally agrees to settle down with her fiances, she was so happy ,so joyful and intoxicated,as the fiances proposed to marry her,she ran with great joy to her parents jumping up ,as she said dad and mum my fiances has proposed to marry me and he will be coming next week to pay my pride price.The parents quickly ask123456 their daughter,is he our church member ? The girl reply no. The parent said forget about the marriage.The girl smiles turn to tears, as she cry helplessly,now she is 29 years old, ever since she was 20,21 ,23, 25, 27 men has been asking for her hand in marriage but her parents keep on turning them down because they were not their church members.She said she has had enough of this.Everybody thought she was joking as she went into the room.Only to find out that she has hang herself. ”May her soul rest in peace ”. 

The question we should ask ourselves,if we said we are the children of GOD why the segregation? why have we turn church into a political party,in which aim is to dominate in population, in steady of the salvation of the heart,pastors and Rev fathers have turn against each others, because of envy and jealousy, lying , blaspheming the anointed men of GOD and deceiving the followers . Because they are afraid to lose their members.But we are made in one accord with Christ Jesus,that means we are one in spirit so why the division.The seed of  hatred, blaspheming, jealous, envy, has been planted in today church, that is why in today church,man AUTHORITY has increase and GOD POWER has decrease . Until we are capable to make that change today,a change to understand that we are many branches but one ROOT. And the ROOT is GOD.When all churches start seeing themselves as one,GOD will be closer to the Church that ever before .Think about it if you can .

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THE NEW YEAR CRIES OUT IN PAIN !

104When I was a little boy,as new year draw close I will be very happy,not only that am getting 102mature in age,and hope is been assured that the coming year will be better. But now,my tears have turn into blood.New year never make me happy as in before ! Someone could ask ,why?It is true that the year is new,but their is no new thing been attach to it,Our leaders have planted hatred, corruptions, war,assassinations, poverty ,so in the new year we all have to reap what we planted. we all pray for a better new year,but the question is what have our government planted . So all we have planted in the pasting year,have germinated and that is what we are going to reap in the new year.

Children deprive of education,now on the street hawking ,parents in tears watching their children die in pain out of hungry,graduate on street,because their is no job.Economic melt down everywhere, financial crisis here and their.War between countries,watching your television all you could hear or see is war,killing and stealing of public fund,corruption in the climax.Now we are shouting and expecting the new year to be better,but the question is what have we planted? all we have planted that is what we are going to reap in the new year.

101Where is the world heading to? What is the way out? Just as my mentor senior 103major prophet TB Joshua said,we should come back to GOD ,in sincerity and in truth.Just as he said in ”www.emmanuel.tv ” When we come to GOD ,GOD is capable of changing our past,and given meaning to our future.It does not matter where we worship, GOD is one.whether christian or Muslim,thoes that worship GOD must worship GOD in spirit and in truth.In this way our leaders of tomorrow ,the born and unborn kids will not reap all the evil we have planted today,And may feel happy to say happy new year.

LIFE AS A NIGERIAN

Nigerian society  varies greatly between urban and rural areas, across ethnic and religious borders, and with levels of education. Still, most Nigerians share a strong attachment to family and especially to children, clearly differentiated roles for men and women, a hierarchical social structure, and the dominance of religion in shaping community values.  Nigerian society functions in a highly patriarchal fashion, with men exerting broad control over the lives of women, who are less educated and have limited access to health and social services. Women work far longer hours than men. They perform virtually all housework and child care, as well as (for most women) many hours of income-earning work, especially farming. The exceptions are in some southern states, where women are more active in trade and exert considerable political influence. In northern Muslim communities, especially cities, women are confined to home according to purdah (the seclusion of women from public places). Many women in purdah participate in a hidden trade in craft articles, prepared foodstuffs, and other goods, using children as couriers.  Polygyny is widely practiced among Muslims, among adherents of traditional religions, and among Christians who belong to independent African churches. Among northern Muslims and in many more traditional societies, most girls enter family-arranged marriages near the age of puberty. The daughters of more educated populations, particularly in the south, tend to marry when they are in their late teens or early twenties. Men usually marry at a later age, especially if they come from poorer families that are unable to afford the high cost of weddings and bride-price (payment given to the bride’s family by or on behalf of the future husband).  Social life has traditionally revolved around ceremonies: weddings, infants’ naming ceremonies, and public performances associated with cultural and religious holidays. Young adult males living in cities enjoy going to cinemas, dance clubs, and bars for recreation. Some Muslim women, for example among the Hausa, have their own social institutions revolving around the bori, a cult of spirit possession. Bori ceremonies provide women with a forum for interaction that is relatively free of male control, and offer explanations and remedies that help women cope with problems such as the death of their children.  Clothing in Nigeria symbolizes religious affiliation, wealth, and social standing. Northern Muslim men wear long, loose-fitting garments such as the caftan, together with colorful embroidered hats or (among traditional officials) turbans. Most Yoruba men also wear elaborate gowns and hats, somewhat different in style. Many Nigerians in the south wear casual Western-style dress. Women wear wraparound garments or dresses, typically made from very colorful materials, and beautiful head-ties that may be fashioned into elaborate patterns.  Diets vary regionally and between city and country. Grain-based dishes such as tuwo da miya, a thick sorghum porridge eaten with a spicy, vegetable-based sauce, dominate the northern diet. Dishes made from root crops, such as pounded yam and gari (a granular product made from cassava), are more prevalent in the south. Northerners eat more meat, either in sauces or as kebabs known as tsire. Yogurt and soured milk produced by Fulani pastoralists form an important part of rural northern diets. Modernization and poverty have made cheaper bulk food staples such as cassava, maize (corn), rice, white bread, and pasta increasingly important in both rural and urban areas. Muslims generally do not approve of drinking alcohol, especially northern Muslims, who tend to prefer tea and soft drinks. In the rest of the country, it is common to drink commercially brewed beer or traditional drinks such as beer made from sorghum or millet and palm wine. Kola nuts are used widely as a stimulant, especially in the north.  Nigerians, particularly youth, are avid sports fans and participants, and by far the most loved game is soccer, known as football. At the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, Nigeria’s national team, the Green Eagles, won the gold medal. Several Nigerian footballers have achieved prominence playing professionally in Europe, and all major cities are represented in Nigeria’s highly competitive national football league. Nigerians have also excelled internationally at track and field, particularly in shorter-distance races, and in boxing. Other popular sports are field hockey, basketball, and table tennis.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER

Nigerian society  varies greatly between urban and rural areas, across ethnic and religious borders, and with levels of education. Still, most Nigerians share a strong attachment to family and especially to children, clearly differentiated roles for men and women, a hierarchical social structure, and the dominance of religion in shaping community values.

Nigerian society functions in a highly patriarchal fashion, with men exerting broad control over the lives of women, who are less educated and have limited access to health and social services. Women work far longer hours than men. They perform virtually all housework and child care, as well as (for most women) many hours of income-earning work, Read more of this post