A wise man once told his son to buy the truth and sell it not. This instruction is timely for this present age because the line is blurred about what is right or wrong, moral or immoral, good or evil. There are various facts, information, research, surveys and arguments that have emerged that stands to challenge what had long existed. Dictionaries have modified the meaning of marriage. Youths cannot clearly tell the difference between sex and love. Sound doctrines are rare in most churches and godliness isn’t encouraged.
An ancient commander journeyed approximately 760km south in search of the cure for his skin diseases. He arrived at the destination successfully. In fact, he saw the physician who told him what to do to be healed. But sadly, the Commander got mad at the physician and went away without getting healed. Why? The military leader wants to get healed on his own terms and conditions not that of the physician. Continue reading