Kindly Share This Story: By Simon Ifeanyi Ezeh First: Jesus Christ is the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world but how exactly does he do that? How and why is Jesus Christ our only Saviour and Lord? He takes away sins by revealing to mankind that God is our Father (nobody knew this prior to his incarnation – Jn 17) who is merciful and forgiving; declaring that man also has the power to forgive sins just like God (Matt 6:14,15; Jn20:23). As the Messiah, he brought forgiveness of sin down to the realm of men so that man could and should forgive whenever he is offended. This way, Jesus Christ takes away the sin of anyone who asks for God’s mercy and forgiveness as far as the petitioner forgives his offender(s) as well. This petitioner forgives his offenders and God forgives him – this is the mercy principle. So, Jesus Christ sorted out the sin problem at both levels: at the level of God and at the level of man. He solved the sin question … [Read more...] about Jesus Christ wasn’t a sacrifice for sin, don’t be misled!
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Kindly Share This Story: By Louis Odion, FNGE Sobriety – if not austere aloofness – would ordinarily appear the chief trait that defines a varsity professor. This probably explains why far less public attention is paid to his other proficiency: master of spontaneous humor. Answering a question during a campaign town-hall meeting in Benin City in 2015 ahead of the March 28 presidential elections, petite vice presidential candidate Yemi Osinbajo literally brought down the roof by describing himself and gangling General Muhammadu Buhari as “the long and short of the matter”. Such witty facility was again very much on display years later during a gala night hosted in Port Harcourt by the Rivers State Government in honour of visiting Vice President. During the event, which has since been entered as part of Nigeria’s social media’s folklore, popular comedian, Klint Da Drunk, had sought to blackmail the guest after handing him N5,000 by quoting the Bible … [Read more...] about Keynesian bouquet for ‘Starboy’ @64
If you want to get a gander as to where our narcissistic, snowflake culture is at these days, actress Kelly Marie Tran just scored a full-blown Hollywood Reporter cover story for — get this — “surviving” mean tweets. You remember Kelly Marie Tran, the poor woman stuck with that awful Rose Tico role in 2017’s Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Rose Tico is not Tran’s fault. She didn’t create that dreadful, humorless, self-righteous character. Nor is it her fault that director Rian Johnson thought it would be appealing to have her spend the entire movie walking around with a smug face — a face that would be deemed “punchable” on a man. Nevertheless, the unfair world being what it is, she was still hit with some of the blowback, and now we’re being asked to celebrate her fearlessness for “surviving” mean tweets. Here are some lowlights in an article titled: “The Resurrection of Kelly Marie Tran: On Surviving ‘Star Wars’ Bullying, the Pressures of Representation, and ‘Raya and the … [Read more...] about Nolte: Rich, Privileged Kelly Marie Tran Hailed for ‘Surviving’ Mean Tweets
As we get closer and closer to the release of Captain America: Civil War , rumors have been flying about which characters will survive, and which ones will die at the end of this superhero extravaganza. Last month, directors Joe Russo and Anthony Russo appeared at a convention with star Frank Grillo , who joked that he would "love" to kill Captain America ( Chris Evans ). Surprisingly, Joe Russo responded, saying "we may or may not have filmed that scene," which had many fans questioning whether or not Cap will live to see another day. Today we have a new, unconfirmed report from Geek.com , which sheds some new light on the film's epic climax. There will be potential SPOILERS below, so read on at your own risk. Much like several other unconfirmed reports over the past few months, this story claims that Captain America will in fact die in Captain America: Civil War , but they also claim to know who kills him. They state that, while there is currently … [Read more...] about This Captain America: Civil War Death Will Change the MCU in a Big Way
Vaccine passports – the future?, illustration photo, source: internet At the end of December, thousands of Europeans received the first doses of the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine after the company received authorisation in the EU. Since then, other countries such as the US, Israel, the UAE, Bahrain, India, and several Asian countries, including Vietnam, have also started to receive or order vaccines to prepare for mass vaccination programmes. This has awakened optimism about an end to the pandemic and the idea of a vaccine passport. A heated discussion Some parts of the world, such as the Seychelles, Cyprus, and Romania, have begun to remove quarantine requirements for visitors who have been vaccinated. In early January, Denmark also announced that it would issue vaccine passports to citizens within the next three to four months. To get digital vaccine passports, Danish citizens will have to declare their medical and vaccination status on a government-issued app. … [Read more...] about Vaccine passports – the future?
Power Search for iTunes is a feature that allows many additional search parameters to be used when looking for all media types offered on iTunes, including music, apps, movies, TV shows, books, podcasts, and iTunes University. But what was once built directly into iTunes has been removed by Apple for some reason or another from the latest versions of iTunes 11, and unlike other things gone missing , now there’s no known way to return the enhanced search feature as a native functionality. But not all is lost, because it turns out that Power Search can be accessed and used in iTunes 11 by using some fancy URL magic, which you can open from any web browser. Yes, you use a web browser to access a feature in iTunes… that may sound weird but there’s not much to this, though you will need to click through from Safari, Chrome, or Firefox to get Power Search working. Power Search URL’s for iTunes 11 The first link is the general “all” media category search, which will look through … [Read more...] about Use Power Search in iTunes 11 with a URL Trick
Every Mac which has the Pages app for Mac OS X installed includes a little Easter Egg that few know about; a famous Steve Jobs speech, tucked away in a little unassuming folder. Technically, it’s two different Steve Jobs speeches, the famous text from the Crazy Ones Think Different campaign, and arguably the even more famous 2005 Steve Jobs commencement speech from Stanford University. Note that you must have Pages.app installed in Mac OS X to find the Easter Egg file, Pages is free as part of the iWork suite nowadays on new Macs, and older versions can upgrade to the latest versions for free. The file exists in the newest version of Pages and presumably older versions as well. Here is how you can access the Steve Jobs Speech easter egg on your Mac : From any Finder window, hit Command+Shift+G to bring up Go To Folder, then paste in the following file path /Applications/Pages.app/Contents/Resources/ In this directory look for the file named “Apple.txt”, open … [Read more...] about A Famous Steve Jobs Speech Is Hidden on Your Mac
Kindly Share This Story: By Adekunle Agboluaje The death of veteran public relations practitioner and author, Mr. Olu Ademulegun (who I fondly called Egbon Olu), on Sunday, the 14th of February, 2021, a day short of his 75th birthday, must come as a shock to family and friends, including professional colleagues who shared fellowship with him in public relations circles in the 70s and 80s. He succumbed to Covid 19 in Lagos. I first met Mr. Ademulegun around 2002 at Festac Town, Lagos, at the home of my Great Uncle, Surveyor Fehintola Olumide, and that marked the beginning of our relationship. Born on the 15th of February, 1946 to the Most Reverend Joel Ogunmade Ademulegun, late Primate and Arch-Bishop of the African Church Organisation, and Madam Rachael Awawu Ademulegun, both of Owo, Ondo State. He was a blue-blood, Indeed, his late Uncle, Colonel Ademulegun (Rtd) was the immediate past Olupenwen of Ipenwen-Owo, Ondo State. Egbon Olu had attended Imade … [Read more...] about Olu Ademulegun: 1946-2021
Do you miss the retro old days of an ultra-simple Finder experience on the Macintosh? You know, way back in System 6 and System 7, when there was no visual complexity to the user interface of Finder, no myriad of features, it was just a simple file system browser. Yearn no more, because you can get that super simple Classic Macintosh Finder experience right now on MacOS and Mac OS X! Well, sort of anyway. Classic Mac Finder is a fun open source project that aims to recreate the classic Macintosh System Finder experience for modern Mac OS system software releases. It’s a work in progress and thus will not offer a complete Classic Mac Finder experience by any stretch of the imagination, but it’s certainly fun to toy around with, and if you’re an old-time Macintosh user you’ll undoubtedly get a touch of nostalgia from playing around with the app and using it to navigate your modern MacOS installation. Classic Mac Finder runs like any other app (as does the modern Finder … [Read more...] about Get Retro with a Classic Mac Finder Clone for Modern MacOS
Netflix is like a crazy couch glue. You can innocently tell yourself, "Just one episode!" But you'll still fall into some kind of inexplicable time portal, and it's suddenly 3:00 a.m. and you're 10 episodes into Breaking Bad , desperately wondering what the heck is up with that pink teddy bear. Along with Hulu, HBO Go and Amazon Prime, the amount of streaming entertainment at your fingertips makes it nearly impossible to pull your eyes away. There's nothing wrong with being devoted to a show — that is, until you start to feel sluggish and the couch has an imprint of your body. See also: Gaze Into the Dreamy Eyes of Don Draper To keep you from sinking too far into the cushions, try to add some movement to your marathons. It's like a drinking game, except if you wake up sore, it's actually a good thing! Take a look at some of our suggestions below before pressing play on that next episode. 1. House of Cards Do a pushup every time Frank breaks the fourth … [Read more...] about The Complete Workout Guide for Binge Watchers