Joseph’s Tears

Joseph Accused by Potiphar's Wife by Rembrandt. Source: WikiArt Only remember me, when it is well with you, and please do me the kindness to mention me to Pharaoh, and so get me out of this house. For I was indeed stolen out of the land of the Hebrews, and here also I have done nothing that they … Continue reading Joseph’s Tears

Who is Jesus?

Photo by Edward Cisneros on Unsplash We cannot answer this question without first asking who God is. And according to scripture, God is the being who created all things and on whom all things depend (Genesis 1:1; Acts 17:24-28). Jesus is the Son of God who came into the world to redeem it. Here are … Continue reading Who is Jesus?

Brethren, Pray for Nigeria

Flag of Nigeria Since the beginning of the year, I have followed the schedule for praying for the nations of the earth as published by Operation World. Today, I get to pray for my own country, Nigeria. Nigeria is a special and strategic country in Africa. This is not an attempt at nationalistic pride; it … Continue reading Brethren, Pray for Nigeria

Why the Trinity Matters

Photo by Casey Horner on Unsplash If you received a measure of Christian education while growing up, you certainly would have learnt about the unique view of God held by Christians. You would have understood that this is a foundational doctrine which you can't deny and remain a Christian. But like many others (including me), you may not … Continue reading Why the Trinity Matters

What Total Depravity implies

Total depravity is the sad but biblical idea that every person is morally corrupt and spiritually dead (Psalm 51:5; Ephesians 2:1-3). But rather than being a sour belief which hampers faith, it is a scriptural teaching which drives us to cling to the sovereign grace of God. It is an evangelical doctrine which ignites hope … Continue reading What Total Depravity implies

Stay Safe, Keep Living

There are moments that cause us to pause and think— This is one. What is my life about, or what is Life about? It is a web connecting us to God and to others. A circle embracing the divine and human. Complete your circle by connecting the dots. Connect with God, through Christ his son. … Continue reading Stay Safe, Keep Living

A Prayer for Africa

Between 1900 and 2010 (about a hundred years), the number of Christians in Africa grew from 7.5 million to 504 million. This is a rise from 9.1% to 48.8% of the population!* While praising God for the massive growth, I am mindful of the intense need for discipleship. This is an area which has not … Continue reading A Prayer for Africa

The Christian Writer’s temptation

"Writers are stewards of words, accountable to God for how they are arranged." Randy Alcorn As a writer, I often struggle with the desire to put something out there that bears my name. A post, an article, a book - with ‘Dayo Adewoye’ as the author. Consequently, I sometimes want to just write something that … Continue reading The Christian Writer’s temptation

A Prayer for our anxious age

"Lord, help me be faithful during my waiting period. Your promises will be fulfilled in my life, for you are a God who cannot lie. However, I can dishonour you by worry, impatience or fear when I refuse to trust in the process. I can bring myself much pain and stress when I get anxious … Continue reading A Prayer for our anxious age

Rejoicing in persecution

1 Peter 4:12-16 According to Open Doors, 11 Christians are killed daily for their decision to follow Christ. In North Korea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Libya, and several other countries, it is extremely difficult to be a Christian. Believers are attacked by both the state and Islamist groups. Systematic killings of Christians have also been ongoing in … Continue reading Rejoicing in persecution