Pauline Adongo

 VICTOR, NOT VICTIM!

A sister from Sierra Leone taught me how to fight in the natural and spiritual realms. She explained that in life, we must fight spiritually and naturally. The understanding of her advice has been progressive; we are not victims but victors. The same Spirit that raised Christ from the dead resides in us, supports us,

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REBRANDED FOR GLORY

The fifteenth chapter of First Corinthians uses natural life analogies that can help us understand the pruning of God. Amongst them is the need for a seed to die to sprout afresh and produce much harvest. While the context of the chapter is about our future, we can apply this chapter to our present life.

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MEDIATION THROUGH INTERCESSION. A MODULE OF PRAYER- LESSONS FROM KING HEZEKIAH

In this week’s blog, I will summarize the lessons I gained from reading about King Hezekiah. I am sure there are more lessons from his reign. He ruled in righteousness, and prayer was a priority in his life, showing that although he had power, influence, and affluence, he feared God and had a close relationship

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TODAY’S DECISIONS WILL SHAPE THE FUTURE, EVEN IN OUR ABSENCE: LESSONS FROM KING HEZEKIAH.

When Prophet Isaiah warned King Hezekiah of the consequences of his poor judgment in showing the Babylonia envoy the treasures of his house and God’s temple, the king responded with a seemingly nonchalant attitude towards future generations. “ The word of the Lord you have spoken is good,” Hezekiah replied. He thought, “There will be

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NOT EVERYTHING IS FOR SHOW: LESSONS FROM KING HEZEKIAH

A leader’s strengths and weaknesses are often tested during a crisis, highlighting their leadership abilities. Even after the crisis has passed and things return to normal, a leader’s capacity to make wise decisions remains crucial. King Hezekiah is an example of a leader who faced personal and national crises during his reign and overcame them

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SPREAD THE ACCUSER’S REPORT TO THE LORD- LESSONS FROM KING HEZEKIAH

Every account in the Bible, whether from the Old or New Testament, has a purpose. The Scriptures teach us that these stories were written to provide valuable lessons (2 Timothy 3:16; 1 Corinthians 10:11). For example, we can glean insights from King Hezekiah’s reaction to a report from his enemy. Isaiah 37 describes how King

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