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Opinion

You Could Be Praising and Dancing Your Way to Hell [1], By Fred Adetiba

  There was nothing religious about the publicity materials. Although, one gets the idea of a Christian programme, but they did not contain the usual religious clichés of breakthrough, healing, prosperity and miracles. One of the fliers was handed to me on campus, and I promised to attend. As a…
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ELEVATED SIGHT: Motivational Speaking vs Spiritual Development, By Fred Adetiba

And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life (life-giving spirit of God); and man became a living being – Gen 2:7 (NKJV). Then the Lord God called to Adam and said to him, "Where are you?"  So he…
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ELEVATED SIGHT: Dangers of Lagging Behind God’s Agenda [3], By Fred Adetiba

This is the third and concluding part of this series. Kindly follow these links for the part one and two. In the part 2, we established that there is a manifestation of God beyond Pentecostalism, and the failure of Christians to move beyond that has largely been responsible for the…
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Dear Pastors, It Is Time To Open the Storehouses, By Frederick Adetiba

It is time to open up the storehouses. Pastors cannot afford to live in opulence and splendour while the people struggle to survive. The hunger out there is real. If any Christian lacks to eat at this time, it should be those who are not properly planted in their churches.…
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NotTooYoungToRun and the Doggedness of the Nigerian Youth, By Frederick Adetiba

What I see from when the NotTooYoungToRun movement started, to the end of the 2019 elections, is the doggedness of the Nigerian youth and their willingness not to sit back and continue to be used as mere tools for winning elections by the old guards. Nigerian youth have, by this,…
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The Senate President, Offa Robbery and Political Banditry In Nigeria, By Frederick Adetiba

I know a number of Nigerians are getting used to hearing these things, which are gradually becoming normalised, however I refuse to accept them as normal. It cannot be normal for the Senate president and a State governor to be associated with armed robbers. It is bizarre and it should…
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