Devotional, Legends

Forgive & forget: where to draw the lines

 “I’m Not Sorry, But You Must Forgive” Forgiveness is a big issue all of us will have to deal with more than once in our lifetime. Everyone would at some point have to make the decision to forgive or not to forgive, to trust or to stop trusting, to remain hurt or to be healed, to remain trapped in… Continue reading Forgive & forget: where to draw the lines

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Kings and Kingdoms, Kings of The Bible, Women in the Bible

From Jo to Jo: The Story of 4 Kings. Part 2

Welcome to the second part of this historical account of four kings and two kingdoms. The first part concluded with what seemed to be the end of an unequal alliance between two Kings, two Kingdoms, two dynasties - Ahab's demise at the battle front and Jehoshaphat's escape back to his country. But we can't be… Continue reading From Jo to Jo: The Story of 4 Kings. Part 2

Kings of The Bible

From Jo to Jo: The Story of 4 Kings (Part 1).

Welcome back. My story today dwells on a little historical event found in the Holy Bible. It's a story about some notable Kings and Queens in the Old Testament. You see, like Pixar's WALL*e and EVE, they say opposites attract, but sometimes, for the sake of common good, some "opposites-alliance" must not even be allowed… Continue reading From Jo to Jo: The Story of 4 Kings (Part 1).

Devotional, Women in the Bible

Mary Magdalene: Who Is This Woman?

Have you ever met a woman so misunderstood, a woman who over the centuries has been caught in endless controversies and conspiracies? And unjustly so? Well, Mary Magdalene is just that woman! From the writing of the New Testament to the filming of The Da Vinci Code, her image has been repeatedly conscripted, contorted and contradicted.… Continue reading Mary Magdalene: Who Is This Woman?