Cogitation VII: God’s Psychological Profile

If you want to relate with God, be close to him, it’s important you understand how he thinks, how he processes stuff. He’s quite different from us. He’s very unique. The average human is more or less defined by just one thing. Not God. He’s defined by four powerful things. Those four things operate as principles. They are intellect, power, trust quotient and love. The combination of the four definitive factors are encapsulated into a technical and stylistic container phrase called “righteousness.” Everything God does is righteous, both in material form, as well as stylistically. In Britain for example the Queen has “Royal Mail.” Were God to name his postal service he’d probably call it “Righteous Mail.”


Cogitation VI: Cogent Words

To have knowledge, you must first have reverence for the Lord. Stupid people have no respect for wisdom and refuse to learn. Proverbs 1:7 GNT.

God gives out wisdom free, is plainspoken in knowledge and understanding. He’s a rich mine of common sense for those who live well, a personal bodyguard to the candid and sincere. Proverbs 2:6-8 MSG.

Don’t lose your grip on love and loyalty. Tie them around your neck; carve their initials on your heart. Earn a reputation for living well in God’s eyes and the eyes of the people. Proverbs 3:3-4 MSG. […]

Cogitation V: Is The Bible God’s word?

The Bible is not a dictation. Unlike the books of some other religions it has a different concept, and the concept is very radical. It’s rather an inspired collection of history, instructions, philosophical thoughts, letters, poetry, rap and prophecies. It also contains a cosmological narrative, as well as information on the extradimensional that seems like a Marvel other-worldly movie. It is important we recognise the CONCEPT of the Bible. The Bible has a concept. It’s kind of avant-garde. The Bible is like one massive movie production. Imagine a movie production over a long period of time. But the sets are in multiple locations, some out of this world. The compilation of those film reels over some 6000years is what the Bible is. We’re of course discounting the timeline in the first two chapters in Genesis. That spans billions of years; actually stretches all the way back into timelessness. […]

Solving Nigeria’s Unemployment Crisis

When the scriptures unemotionally declared “If anyone is not willing to work, then he is not to eat, either,” it created a moral burden. 2 Thessalonians 3:10 AMP. The moral burden is not just on the individual however. The moral burden also falls on the state. It is the job of the state to make sure there are jobs. It’s a policy challenge.