Friday, November 16, 2018
By Bishop Isaac Idahosa When James charges us to “count it all joy,” he does not mean it all — all our pain, all our trials, all our hardship — is joy in and of itself. Pain is pain, not...
By Isaac Idahosa Justification Alone I think these five solas can be preciously illuminating, both for the crux of the Reformation and for the essence of the Christian gospel itself, which of course was central to the dispute. I say they...
By Bishop Isaac Idahosa I Will Never Believe Early Sunday morning, when Mary Magdalene first reported that Jesus’s body was missing (John 20:1–2), Thomas felt like he was in good company. None of the apostles, except perhaps John (John 20:8), really...

Sunday Sermon: Faith

By Bishop Isaac Idahosa It is hard writing words you suspect will be misunderstood. My heart goes out to struggling saints who are prone to find fresh reasons to feel discouraged. I do not wish to harm them. Jesus doesn’t break...
By Bishop Isaac Idahosa In the Christian life, we run the race of faith. We don’t strive for the crown that only one can receive. We strive to finish strong in our faith. God makes us all winners when we...
By Bishop Isaac Idahosa One way to clarify the meaning of a Christian act is to take note how much of the act the devil can do. So, for example, when clarifying what it means to have saving faith, James says,...
The Catholic Church in Abuja is organising a peaceful protest against repeated attacks by suspected herdsmen across the country, the church announced Monday. The attacks, according to Amnesty International, claimed over 160 lives in January alone. In March, a Catholic Church...
By Bishop Isaac Idahosa When it comes to weighty matters in the Bible, let’s be like Mary. “Mary treasured up all these things, pondering them in her heart” (Luke 2:19). First, she took note of important things and put them...

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