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We are living in two worlds and not one as many previously thought

First of all, there are two worlds we have to navigate in this life:one is the natural world, which looks more real and can be seen with our physical eyes, and the other is the spiritual world, which cannot be seen with our physical eyes yet it is more real than the natural world. (2 Corinthians 4:18 While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal). I already mentioned previous blog that God created the Heavens and the earth. The earth was for the man to dwell in, although the man was a spiritual being the Lord gave him a physical body so that he could co-exist in the natural earth, yet still able to live and walk according to the spirit. God also created other beings; some that remained by His side and some who rebelled against Him and sided with Satan the father of all deceptions. These bad angels who sided with Satan continue to make war against God and his…
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Know Who You Are and to Whom You Belong

It doesn't matter where in life you find yourself; you are not alive because of some circumstances, misfortune, elements of nature, or evolution. But in reality, you are here because of a God who went ahead of time and carefully planned your arrival. He perfectly formed you out of the dust of the Earth. (Genesis 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and man became a living soul). 
He put mankind under His divine microscope and perfectly wired every cell, blood vessel, organ, and nerves making sure there weren’t any flaws or mistakes. He then blew his breath into man, and man became a living soul completely fashioned in God’s image and likeness. (Genesis 1:26-27 And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth. So…

Why do we judge each other

Judging each other is not seen as a crime, but is like a virus that eats away on its host, it even goes as far as to contaminate others while on its path, destroying lives. This destructive behavioral characteristic did not just begin now but had deceitfully crept into existence throughout the dawn of history: while men were on the verge trying to find comfort and stability within the heart of self-centeredness.

Within the confinement of this article, I will illustrate and elaborate on the perils; and dangers that judging each other can cause. I will also reference and quote most of my information from the Holy Bible.

Throughout history, since the falling of man (Roman 3:23), many innocent people have been scarred by this virus, we will call (judging others). Many individuals go through this episode of(been judged by others) for different reasons. Some suffer this base on the color of their skin, their educational level, personal career,  personal financial stability, the way a perso…

Here are Four principles that helps to enable a person to live a humbly lifestyle

In my last article, I wrote on the principles that can build a contented lifestyle. But in contrast, if an individual doesn't walk in humility, he/she will also find it hard to live a life of contentment. So, in this week article, my aim is to outline some fundamental principles that can help in enabling a person to live a humble lifestyle.

What is humility? humility comes from the Latin word humilitas, a noun related to the adjective himilis, which translated as "humble". Humility plays a vital role in addressing intrinsic self-worth, relationships, and socialization as well as perspective; it is in religious practice, moral teaching and also ethical study where the notion is often made more precise. Being humble doesn't necessary mean that you are weak and is easily dominated but rather speak of you being wise in making decisions, peace of mind, self-restraint from excessive vanity, able to submit to rules and regulations and also able to process moral and/or ethi…

How to live a life of contentment

The society and culture that we are born in had propagated this narrative that whatever a person has in life cannot bring about the state of contentment, they explain that the only way a person can reach to this state of mind is for them to work harder in life until they reach the target set by society. But in reality, this type of belief or thinking can only bring about disillusionment and dissatisfaction within the lives of these individuals.
All individuals at some point in their lives are confronted by some form of turmoil, confusion, frustration, sadness, depression, and hopelessness etc. especially when they are faced with suicidal thought.

In the dictionary, contentment is defined as "the state of being mentally and emotionally satisfied with things as they are" although this definition might sound as if it is easy to achieved but, to most individuals it seems totally impossible. Contentment can be linked with the concept of a person being happy and living a satisfac…

Crying helps to ease your emotional pain

The body is just like any other mechanical machine except that it is more complex, and is created by a supreme God and not an ordinary man. Every mechanical machine when broken has to be repaired by an experienced person but when it comes to the human body it has it own self-repairable mechanism once it is properly maintained.

When pressure is built up within the body it has to release those pressure in order to avoid physical health problems, The process by which this is done is call crying.
Within the scientific world crying is term as an uttering of inarticulate sobbing in which tears is shed (fluid in the eyes) in response to an emotional state, such as anger; happiness; and sadness.
Studies done has shown that crying serves several biochemical purposes, such as relieving stress; this observation is very welcoming as it explains the reason why people cries during cheerful periods, as well as painful periods.

There is not one person on Earth who is immune from crying,  meanwhile, …

How to deal with despondency

Despondency is state of well-being wherein an individual goes through a cycle of feeling discouraged, sad, faithless and lack of hope. There are many things that can trigger despondency in a person such as the death of a family member or friend, getting fired from a job, financial issues, etc. especially sickness.whatever the cause is, the reality is that the process is quite painful.

Everyone in some form or the other has been or has seen someone going through this process but, it is much more than what can be seen on the surface. It runs very deep eating away and paralyzing its host. There is not one person on earth who is immune to despondency, it doesn't care about an individual's educational background, or their financial status, or even the biological make-up. When it show up, it causes havoc and if not addressed properly it can destroy lives.

Imagine you losing a child suddenly, maybe through an accident, there is nothing that can prepare a person for such a shocking u…