Be Initiative, Evans Olang

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Genesis 39:1-23, “And his master saw that the Lord was with him and that Lord made all he did to prosper in his hand.” 


What would you do if what you always dreamed for wasn’t coming to pass?  instead of things getting better, you got  further and further away from it. Joseph is a good example, he had a dream at the age of 17 and his dream was not that one day he would fail but that one day he will be great and that his family and many people would bow to him. Talk to any teenagers today and hear all their dreams and desires of success. You must have had dreams at that age too. Joseph had a good dream but he was naive, boastful and insensitive towards his brothers. He did not even realize that the dream was not about him but a picture of Christ. In his case, a lot of character building was needed before God fulfilled all that He planned. Read the rest of this entry »

Keep Your Word, Evans Olang

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Ecclesiastes 5:4, “When you make a vow to God, do not delay to pay it; For He has no pleasure in fools. Pay what you have vowed 5, Better not to vow than to vow and not pay”

In a movie entitled “It could happen to you”, we see officer Charlie (Nicholas Cage) a NY city cop with a heart to serve. At the beginning of the movie he goes to this particular restaurant and buys coffee, upon checking his wallet, he finds that he has only enough change for coffee and nothing on the side to leave for tip. At that moment he remembers he had a lottery ticket in his hands he and his wife had purchased hoping to win. Read the rest of this entry »

Faith Comes By Hearing…, Evans Olang

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Romans 10:17, “So then faith comes by hearing, and hearing by the word of God”

Commercials are one of the greatest tools the manufacturers use to convey messages of their new products. Millions of dollars are poured into commercials to create awareness of the latest products. The commercials are supposed to be catchy and sometimes funny, some with twisted humor. Why do people go for things they go for? either someone told them about it and were convinced it works or saw it on TV, heard it on radio, billboards, newspapers. The product will not do them good if they don’t try it. For a fact, most commercials exaggerate what their products can do only to discover its ability to work for a short time and its effectiveness is gone. Read the rest of this entry »