Author: Godsplan Uzoaga

MAN PROJECTS, GOD PROTECTS

I watched a movie a few years back, starring Jason Statham, in which a bullet was shot and it ricocheted against the sides of about three houses and went to a top floor window, hitting the occupant, who was a junkie, in the head. The chances of that happening in real life were so low; it had to be a movie. Nonetheless, I’ve heard of real life situations of people sitting in their houses and stray bullets hitting them right there in their living rooms. This and many other mishaps in highly protected environments have led me to confirm...

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FISH BONES AND BEANS STONES 2: ORDINARY STAPLES

The last time, we talked about how little things like fish bones and beans stones could hurt us real bad. Today, we’ll be looking at even littler things, as little as staples (stapling pins), only that it didn’t just have the power to hurt me, but cripple me if not for God’s mercies. We’ll also see how other scenarios that we just count as nothing could go bad just like that and send us to the hospital. A reminder as to why we must continue to be grateful unto God for every second of our lives, trust me, if...

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FISH BONES AND BEANS STONES 1

I had been thinking of the significance of God’s love and protection in what I thought was too minute an issue or occurrence to write on, until the least significant things like swallowing an ordinary fish bone or grinding occasional beans stones happened, that I realized had the capacity to really hurt me and I again understood the depths of God’s love and protection towards us. Food in General If you’re one of those people born in a rich family with a dining table covered with a basket(s) of fruits and all sorts of delicacies rich in vitamins and...

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NIGERIA: A GAME OF THRONES

I am one of those people who don’t like to deceive themselves. If you have a sibling, child or a parent at the age of 53 who has nothing to show for it, has rather done more harm than good to the people around him/her and has no plan for the children, but will rather squeeze out of them; and then the person turns 54, is such birthday worth celebrating? Nigeria’s case is even worse and it’s a big shame. If Nigeria were to be an individual, it has failed on almost all counts, as a parent, as a...

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LIGHT OUT OF UTTER DARKNESS

I want to testify to the goodness and mercies of the Lord for making a way where there literally was no way, and that way led to plenty. I should have shared this testimony a long time ago, but it’s never too late. A Sad Tale A few months back, I was faced with a very painful and impossible situation mixed with injustice and wickedness. It was so bad, that I actually lost a couple of domains and was even at the verge of losing this site which is one of the important things – if not the most...

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