• Purpose

    Dealing with Scars, Insecurities, Esteem and Confidence.

    Sometimes in dealing with physical scars, the tendency to get disturbed about your new looks arises. Mine is almost all gone now; Hallelujah! But at the early stage, I felt really uncomfortable moving around public gatherings. Thinking back on my healing process, I believe it actually worked on my perspective about value in the long run; having a kind of confidence that is unperturbed by the changes it caused on my face. . Follow my line of thoughts, please. . First, let me state that looking good is cool. You should look good, especially since its the physical world we relate with. Your appearance and packaging should be beautiful. However,…

  • Purpose

    Grace; Temptations; Faith without Works; Where’s the Balance?

    Are morals important? A loud Yes! . However, all our good works put together couldn’t earn us a place in Heaven. We meet God’s qualification for Salvation by Grace: Jesus paid the price, reconciled us to God, solved the problem of sin, and gave us Righteousness as a Gift. All these are received by Faith. The big Question now is How? I’ll explain: . That we are saved won’t stop temptations from coming. I mean; our flesh and spirit are always at war. Sin-Looks-Irresistible!!! But my dear, You can’t be indifferent about it: “O well, I’ve tried, and can’t seem to control myself with those addictions.” . No! You have…

  • Purpose

    Struggles with Letting go of your Past

    Can we agree that sometimes, mistakes by the people we look up to are the kind of stories flooding the internet? It happens. I’ve read cases of divorce, infidelity, that almost didn’t end well but later got reconciled. They are likely to do two things; Hide in shame, especially if they admit being wrong and everyone writes them off. Use their scars as a lesson: “Yes we erred. Where did we miss it? Let’s Grow from it. We can use it as a testimony to help others.” I believe that’s courage! Costly mistakes happen, and I know they don’t look nice: You had an affair; You got divorced; You once…

  • Purpose

    Why the long wait? It’s been 2000 years +!!!

    When unfavorable situations happen, some honest response is to just wish the world ends. I don’t know if anyone can relate, but I can. IAfter a car accident I recently survived that incurred brutal injuries on my face & arm, I remember writing a note to God the period I was at the hospital: “Father, I believe Heaven would have been a better place than all the pains I’m feeling at the moment. Why didn’t You let me just come straight away? These injuries are really hurting…” For everyone who has a question about Purpose, about why God didn’t hurry us away from the earth after salvation, let’s talk: After…

  • Purpose

    My 5 Legends: Tribute!!!

    Today makes it exactly a year after the accident, and I’ve come to tell God thank You; for family, for everyone of us who survived, and for the 5 who transited to glory on November 12th last year. Some memories are just unforgettable! . We left Lagos together in a bus, laughed & prayed on our way to Abuja. Waking up on a hospital bed almost 3 weeks later just felt odd. It’s difficult to believe the stories I heard about the accident. I think about you guys all the time. I find ‘me’ scrolling thru our whatsapp chats occasionally, staring at your pictures, the comments everyone made on Facebook, &…

  • review

    Written with a very personal touch

    “The Author in this captivating and revelatory piece has stirred our hearts to the truth of the infallibility of Faith in God and its growth process, which brings not only healing and maturity, but also full joy in Christ. Written with a very personal touch, the message brings home the gospel of purpose, grace, our newness in Christ, and comfort in the Holy Spirit. It is a crucial companion for every believer desiring to live above life’s stormiest torrents and manifest our victory in Christ. God bless you!” Oluwaseyi John Akinsola Assembly Pastor, Youth Church, MFM International Headquarters Annex, Utako, Abuja.   To get the E-copy of S.T.O.R.M.S on Okadabooks.com,…

  • review

    We live in a fallen world

    “We live in a fallen world. Sometimes, bad things happen to good people. Dorcas’ book reminds us that as believers, we always win. That regardless of the situations around us, we have a God who is always good. Not only can He turn for good what the devil thought was for evil, we have a hope in him that transcends this life. Her words will bring you comfort; the same kind with which she has been comforted. But they will also push you out of your comfort zone, to see beyond yourself and live every single day for Christ; the One who died your death, so you can live his…

  • review,  Testomonies

    Review by Mum and Dad

    What can separate us from the love of Christ? Nothing! Not even storms! God remains ever faithful. Even in this situation, We know our Redeemer Lives. May your name be praised for ever in Jesus name, Amen. On behalf of the families whose children/relations were involved in the accident testified in this book, God in His infinite mercies will wipe away our tears, turn every sorrow and sadness to Joy. God, the balm in Gilead will miraculously heal all our wounds in Jesus name, Amen. . God wants to use this testimony to minister to everyone at the verge of ‘giving up on God’ or close to committing suicide, to…

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