• When Ruth accepted my proposal eight months ago, she pleaded we
    keep the relationship a secret until I got a job. Let them think we are friends
    for now and when the job comes, we can announce the plan for our […]

  • I saw this piece…
    And i found it significantly  insightful.

    CHOICES : A SHORT STORY

    The interview was for 8am. But by 5:30 a.m, I was dressed and
    out of the house. This would be the third interview I’d be […]

  • After he preached, money was dropped all over the pulpit.Some people were removing their gold necklaces and wrist watches and were dropping on the pulpit.Some removed their SIM cards and dropped their expensive […]

  • “`This is worthy to read and to share“`

     *LEAVE ANOINTING*_(The Failure of Modern Seekers of Anointing)_

    This writeup is specifically directed at the youths. I know it will stir dust. But I need to tell […]

  • THE EVANGELIST IN CHOIR ROBE!
    1.There was the testimony of a brother who come sunshine and
    rain will be at the Train Station distributing Gospel Tracts to passengers as
    they board or leave the train! This he did […]

  • The Congruence XXXVI (The Final Episode)

    When he came inside, he ran to me and knelt down next to me as I was still on the floor.

    “Oh my God!What happened to you in 24 hours?

    You look like you’ve bee […]

  • Hello Brother xxxx ,

    In response to your mail, as important as water baptism is, it is not what saves a person and it is not a yardstick to make heaven.

    What saves a person is a new birth resulting from the genuine repentance which brings about confession and forsaking of sins(Romans 10:9-10,Ephesians 1:7) thereby becoming a new creature in…[Read more]

  • The below message was sent to gospelforumng@gmail.com

    Hello Brethren,Please write me back if you get this message.. I am a 4 months new christian and I have concerns about water baptism..My entire family have […]

    • Hello Brother xxxx ,

      In response to your mail, as important as water baptism is, it is not what saves a person and it is not a yardstick to make heaven.

      What saves a person is a new birth resulting from the genuine repentance which brings about confession and forsaking of sins(Romans 10:9-10,Ephesians 1:7) thereby becoming a new creature in Christ.(2Corinthians 5:17).

      While water baptism is not necessary to go to heaven, it plays a significant role in the life of the believer. When done, it shows that you are identifying with the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.

      When a person is immersed in water during baptism, he should see his old nature has been dead, buried and ‘resurrected’ with a completely new nature(brand new life) as stated in 2 Corinthians 5:17.

      In other words, baptism is the outward sign that he is now dead to sin and alive to God. (Romans 6:11-13)

      Though every believer is encouraged to be baptized in water by immersion as a reflection of dying to the old nature and resurrected in a new nature in Christ(Acts 2:37-41). Even Christ who we follow laid the example for us when He was baptised by John the Baptist.(Matt.3:13-17).

      In as much as it is not a yardstick to make heaven, it should be taken as a necessity for every believer to do, to show that we are identified with His death, burial and resurrection.

      Before I end, I join my faith with yours (If you believe) that by the power in the name of Jesus, you shall be completely healed of every form of heart/kidney failure and God will turn around the doctor’s report in your favour in Jesus’ name!

      Cheers!!

      Solomon omitogun

      (Admin)

  • The Congruence XXXV

    Uncle Ade was behind him. It was as if the cat got my tongue for a minute or so

     “Aramideeeeeeeeeeee

    Can we come inside?” Uncle Ade asked…just to break the ice […]

  • SMART or BROKEN?

    Being smart is a feeling of ‘knowing it all’ or knowing how easily one can manouvre his way based on his intelligence,self reliance, experience or expertise. Being able to perform a duty well […]

  • That moment a brother rose up after eating in a restaurant
    and was about to leave when he mistakenly hit his leg against a nearby table.
    “Are you blind?” Arnold quickly bent down to pick up the hamburger
    and […]

  • The Congruence XXXIV

    When I had temporarily drained my tear ducts, I got up and as angry as I was at God, I knew there was nobody else to talk to but Him. So I played my ‘go-to’ song “I won’t go back”…w […]

  • The Congruence XXXIII

    The occupants alighted…it was Captain Festus Awodiya alright

     How could I forget him? 

    He hadn’t changed one bit…although I saw him in another light now, going by the new disco […]

  • The Congruence XXXII

    So first thing Saturday morning, we headed for the Airport…Deola rode with us, she was also travelling to Ghana for work. We landed in Lagos about an hour and 15 minutes later.

    There w […]

  • I was laid in front of the altar, in
    a church where I’d spent most of my Sundays. Dad was a deacon before he died.
    Mum was the president of the Godly Women Association. The auditorium was packed
    full that day. I […]

  • HONEY CAN YOU WAKE ME UP IF I DIE? 

    This was the question my husband asked me like a joke on our first date, after I had said “yes” to him. I quickly dismissed it with a proclamation “God forbid it!!” and […]

  • The Congruence XXXI

    I was still trying to put things together in my mind when the light came on…followed by a roaring “Surpriseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee”

    I almost fainted

    It wasn’t a pleasant surprise at firs […]

  • The Congruence XXX

    I knew it meant something and it suggested a kind of bad omen but I wasn’t sure who to talk to, so I called my mum. She said I should start praying that nothing would hinder me from g […]

  • The Congruence XXIX

    “So you are telling me the two of you have not done anything?

    Guy wey fine like this? (Such a handsome guy)

    Someone from America for that matter…the headquarters of frea […]

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