Author: Godsplan Uzoaga


Wow, it’s been almost two years now since my last post, it feels so good to be back. I thank God for His infinite grace and mercies. Without further ado, let’s move on. In the last episode of the “Judges” series, we looked at the act of judging others from a Biblically historical perspective. Today, let’s look at a practical scenario where I just happened to be the judge in the case against two jolly agberos (local touts). 2017 Crossover Service So 2016 was a very tough year for me. It was full of intrigues, politics, and pain. I...

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There’s always this big hype about the final approach towards a new year. I remember then when I was much younger; we always spent crossover nights in church. We would pray and sing, and sing and sing, and pray and pray, and sing and pray until it was New Year. It got to a point that I was gripped with fear every crossover night, as I believed that anyone who wasn’t in church during the transition was most likely to die. This was just one aspect of the hype. Over the years, different people have attached more and more...

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It has been observed that many humans, especially from the religious community, generally tend to forget the good things people have done for them, but hold on to the one bad thing, no matter how insignificant, the same people have done to them. Similarly, we tend to forget the wonderful and miraculous things God has done for us in the past the moment we are faced with a difficult or trying situation. This is for somebody out there going through trying times, facing difficult situations right now; join me as I take you down memory lane to remember the...

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In today’s Christianity, a lot of emphasis has been placed on religious doctrines and pastoral views (third parties) than on the actual written word of God (the source). Many people have actually shaped their lives and families based on false doctrines (unscriptural doctrines), all because their pastor or most highly esteemed General Overseer (GO) said so. Many are in serious religious bondage, stagnancy and poverty today because of these ecclesiastical fallacies. This thing is simple; whose report do you believe? Will you believe the source or a third party? Recent Developments Many are still fighting ancestral curses today. Many...

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I remember when the heat was still on and the fear of Ebola lurked around every corner, school and household. I remember when it was heard that bitter kola had become a scarce commodity and salt water seemed to be even more potent than the pool of Bethesda in saving from Ebola; when rumours were being spread, fear constantly propagated and cowardice displayed by our religious followers. This even led me to respond to the Christian community with an article titled “The Right Christian Response to Ebola”. Now that Nigeria has been declared an Ebola free zone, what do...

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