Author: Godsplan Uzoaga

LEAVE DADDY FREEZE ALONE: A CRITIC OF THE CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY

I recently stumbled upon another ignorant post judging and condemning Daddy Freeze (Ifedayo Olurinde) as unfit and unclean to speak on the things of God. Many highly esteemed church pastors and General Overseers (GOs) have risen up against Daddy Freeze, some raining all sorts of curses (causeless curses which shall not stand – Proverbs 26:2) on him because he called pastors out for collecting tithes – with scripture, and asked them to simply defend their positions with scripture (although in an attacking and somewhat insulting approach). I believe the Christian community is wrong for their condemnation and unchrist-like treatment...

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ECCLESIASTICAL FALLACIES 6: CHURCH ATTENDANCE

Day by day, Christians are deviating from the Gospel, and inventing their own signature brands. Church members regard the words of their pastors and General Overseers (G.O.s) more sacred than the word of God itself. Consequently, there seems to be no end to unbiblical doctrines, manipulated and wrongly interpreted scriptures and ecclesiastical fallacies. Today, we’ll be discussing on the fallacy of angels marking church attendance. CHURCH ATTENDANCE REGISTER 1 Earlier this year, my family, other relatives and well-wishers travelled to say our last goodbyes to our grandma who went to be with the Lord at a ripe old age....

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NOT BY SIZE OF MEAT, BUT BY THE SPIRIT

I recently went for a friend’s wedding and I experienced one of the most thrilling and fulfilling moments of my life. Having found myself on a table filled with alleged wedding crashers and suspected village girls in bend-down-select city apparels and Joker looking makeup, seeking innocent husband materials (like yours truly) to devour, I thought it was all over for me. But in that moment, as my life flashed before my eyes, came light as plates of food with different sizes of meat were served. Chicken Sized Meat So waiter brings two plates of food to the table. One...

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JUDGES 3: TWO JOLLY AGBEROS

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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WHAT IS NEW ABOUT THE NEW YEAR?

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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