Come to me with your ears wide open. Listen, for the life of your soul
is at stake. I am ready to make an everlasting covenant with you, to
give you all the unfailing mercies and love that I had for King David.
The Living Bible translation
We’ve all watched Batman.
Let’s try that again; we should have all watched Batman. In some form.
Most of us are familiar with the character Two Face and if you watched the more recent adaptation of the movie, then you probably remember the line ‘He’s not the hero we deserve, but the hero we need’ (I love ‘tight’ movie lines by the way)
But I digress, forgive me.
The concept of the two face character is that he has one side of his body that is handsome and smiley and buff while the other side is an ugly monster. The side that faces you is what you get. Handsome side = nice, sane side; monster side= wicked side.
Continue reading Two Face
I thoroughly enjoyed this Spoke Word video by Jeff Bethke who in my opinion is one of the best Spoken Word artistes of our time.
I’m a tennis and basketball fan. I love those games.
I cant tell you how many times I have lost sleep, staying up till the wee hours of the morning, watching some must-not-miss-matches, no thanks to the time zone difference.
The next question you want to ask me is ‘What’s your team?’ Continue reading Cheering for the wrong team
“Shoot first, aim later”
This was the most ludicrous thing I had ever heard.
You know that moment in church, when you are settling in, mentally, trying to get into the spirit of the Word, and then you hear something that has you backtracking and replaying the words over and over in your mind.
Who got it wrong? Me or the preacher? My money was on me.
Then he repeated it. Continue reading SHOOT FIRST, AIM LATER
You all know the feeling. Whether it was an elevator experience when the lights went out or when a door handle comes off and you are trapped in the room, knocking on the door, waiting for someone to rescue you. Forgive me, I live in Lagos- the stuck situation can come when you are in those types of traffic ‘wey wear iro and buba, tie gele, and dey dance alanta on top am’. You know you have ‘entered it’ when everyone switches off their vehicles and the silence on the road is almost deafening.
Continue reading That breakpoint moment