Recent Posts by Utin Archibong E.

Think Gratitude!

Sometimes the most random everyday encounters force us to stop and rethink the truths and perceptions we have ingrained in our minds. These encounters are educationally priceless. They spawn moments of deep thought and self-reflection that challenge our status quo and mould us into sensible individuals. November 1, 2011 started like every other day for ...

My God Moment

By Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9 No tags Permalink 0

Several years ago, during the downtime period of my life, and this literally were the leanest financial times of my so far spent life. I remember telling many lies just to get by because people started sounding like they were tired of helping (after all, everyone had their own belying responsibilities, didn’t they?). This particular day, ...

MY CHOICE

By Thursday, July 2, 2015 0 No tags Permalink 0

By Ogbonnaya Emmanuel When I said I'd marry you I meant every single word Despite the shakings now To you I'll make my vow I'm satisfied with you Not going elsewhere Some may not like you today My choice is that you'll stay Soon they'll change their minds I'm looking at things that aren't seen My eyes are fixed on eternal treasures I'll not succumb to man's ...

POWER OF FOLLOWERSHIP : LESSONS FROM MY BIG NIGERIAN WEDDING CONTEST

By Monday, June 8, 2015 5 No tags Permalink 0

Last year my fiancée and I decided to enter for the “My Big Nigerian Wedding” contest for the chance of winning a dream wedding and honeymoon trip to Dubai. The contest involved sourcing for votes from friends and family or well-wishers as the case may be. The contest was for both Lagos and Abuja respectively. ...

WHILE IN THE WAITING ROOM

God doesn’t always answer our prayers with a resounding (military salute) ‘yes sir! Right away sir!’ Sometimes He answers with an immediate ‘yes’, or an immediate ‘no’ based on His sovereign knowledge of what is best for us. But I find that more often He answers with His third response: ‘wait’. And while we don’t want to run ...

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