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Celestine S Ikwuamaesi commented on Celestine S Ikwuamaesi's blog post Strange Love
"He died for all that all May live for him; so it will be till he comes again. I pray that the church send the light, and the world see beyond the cross. Amen!"
Apr 4
Malva Birch commented on Celestine S Ikwuamaesi's blog post Strange Love
"Lord Jesus Christ, Thank You for freeing us from sin and death. Thank You that You will stop all bloodshed when You come to be King over all of creation. Thank You for making humans fit fot God. Thank You that You always keep all Your promises. We…"
Apr 4
Celestine S Ikwuamaesi posted a blog post

Strange Love

Why shed the blood of a lambthat can't trample a scurrying ant nor scare a perching fly;that can't hurt a brooding hen      nor startle preening chicks;that can't raise her voice above a baa      nor bleat in a noise-free zone;that can't brawl with fellow lamb      nor upset her shepherd's peace;that can't restrict udder to her young      nor deny fingers of a milking maid;that can't shield her ram from harm      nor resist a nod to slaughter table;that gently walks to shearing shade,     …See More
Apr 2
Celestine S Ikwuamaesi commented on Celestine S Ikwuamaesi's blog post I Ask And Bask
"Amen! Amen!!! Thank you, Father for your streaming love and care evident when we bask in your presence on our knees."
Feb 24
Malva Birch commented on Celestine S Ikwuamaesi's blog post I Ask And Bask
"Heavenly Father, Thank You that Your Word grows our hope.  Thank You that You never make fake promises. Thank You that our plodding can turn into strolling. Thank You that we may bask in Your Presence because You have forgiven our…"
Feb 24
Celestine S Ikwuamaesi posted a blog post

I Ask And Bask

If you ask me anything in myname, I will do it (John 14:14)My life is wary of a wild world;I'm a stranger in a crusty clime!What a drudge to live each day!Yet the day guards its brightness,night its darkness; yet to see sunslow its course, moon its stroll.The elements in a pact with God,with God who abides by his Word;who won't peddle a fake promise.What grace to flourish in his love:ask by faith and haul in his favors.Dawn to dusk, love drips like dew.In drought, fresh promises refreshhearts…See More
Feb 22
Malva Birch left a comment for Celestine S Ikwuamaesi
"May God bless your Christian writing and music ministry for His glory and be with the persecuted church in Nigeria and all over the world.  Lord God, we pray that You will guide us in our prayers for our persecuted brothers and sisters all over…"
Feb 21
Celestine S Ikwuamaesi commented on Celestine S Ikwuamaesi's blog post Help On The Way
"God bless you, Malva, Thank you. We've had it so rough and tough to the point of wondering: Where's our God? But we grip the wings of faith and grace, looking up each day for mercy to dew down and drown the drought. Our sins are many, no…"
Feb 17
Malva Birch commented on Celestine S Ikwuamaesi's blog post Help On The Way
"Hab 3:2 GNT O LORD, I have heard of what You have done, and I am filled with awe. Now do again in our times the great deeds You used to do. Be merciful, even when You are angry. Ps 111:5 NIV He remembers His covenant forever. Lord God, we pray…"
Feb 17
Celestine S Ikwuamaesi posted a blog post

Help On The Way

Rousing rays rise, drill through frowningclouds. An orb, unused to haste, crawlslike waking sun, haloed with golden glow;drills through a dark mass, full of blazeno eye can reach.It looks right, the sight; smells nice,the fragrance of spring roses, againstchoking stench of blood clots—the stainof shame, cultured into civilization'spride. Peace unfurls while darkness flees,dawn adorns, feting an end of gloom!Should God turn back from the crimson—the eternal covenant with his peoplethrough Jesus…See More
Feb 16
Celestine S Ikwuamaesi replied to Phil Miglioratti's discussion NPPN • Pastor/Poet Laureate: "Ministry Reimagined" + A Chat with Greg...
"Thanks Phil, I appreciate your clarification. We're on the same page. Bless you!"
Feb 16
Celestine S Ikwuamaesi replied to Phil Miglioratti's discussion NPPN • Pastor/Poet Laureate: "Ministry Reimagined" + A Chat with Greg...
"I found Greg's thoughts quite provoking—exciting. He raised fundamental issues that Christians haven't given thought to deeply: Unchanging Word in a changing world. Greg mentioned the certainty/uncertainty in people's response…"
Feb 16

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Strange Love

Why shed the blood of a lamb

that can't trample a scurrying ant

nor scare a perching fly;

that can't hurt a brooding hen

      nor startle preening chicks;

that can't raise her voice above a baa

      nor bleat in a noise-free zone;

that can't brawl with fellow lamb

      nor upset her shepherd's peace;

that can't restrict udder to her young

      nor deny fingers of a milking maid;

that can't shield her ram from harm

      nor resist a nod…

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Posted on April 2, 2021 at 4:03am — 2 Comments

I Ask And Bask

If you ask me anything in my

name, I will do it (John 14:14)

My life is wary of a wild world;

I'm a stranger in a crusty clime!

What a drudge to live each day!

Yet the day guards its brightness,

night its darkness; yet to see sun

slow its course, moon its stroll.

The elements in a pact with God,

with God who abides by his Word;

who won't peddle a fake promise.

What grace to flourish in his love:

ask by faith…

Continue

Posted on February 21, 2021 at 1:34pm — 2 Comments

Help On The Way

Rousing rays rise, drill through frowning

clouds. An orb, unused to haste, crawls

like waking sun, haloed with golden glow;

drills through a dark mass, full of blaze

no eye can reach.

It looks right, the sight; smells nice,

the fragrance of spring roses, against

choking stench of blood clots—the stain

of shame,…

Continue

Posted on February 16, 2021 at 11:14am — 2 Comments

Coworkers With God

I was thrilled reading Prophet Elijah's chat with God (1 Kings 19) and wondered at the level of intimacy I observed. Can I get that close? Looking at the passage again, I discovered that Elijah was concerned with seeing God's law obeyed in Israel. There was nothing personal or material in the complaint he lodged with God. Then I saw God list out issues he wanted Elijah handle before coming home. Just like a foreman in a construction site distributing duties at the start of day's… Continue

Posted on July 27, 2017 at 5:37pm

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At 11:06am on February 21, 2021, Malva Birch said…

May God bless your Christian writing and music ministry for His glory and be with the persecuted church in Nigeria and all over the world. 

Lord God, we pray that You will guide us in our prayers for our persecuted brothers and sisters all over the world. We know that Nigeria is hit really hard. Please protect them and strengthen their faith. Without You we can do nothing. In the Name of Jesus Christ who suffered unto death to save us from our sins, we pray. Thank You God. Amen.

 
 
 

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