If you were raised in church, you probably grew up being told that God’s love is the kind that does not expect anything in return. You probably believed it too. Hopefully, you will come to see how that statement is false in every way possible. God demands that we love Him back. He demands obedience too. Surely, that is some expectation. No? Yes; God loved us before we were capable of loving Him. But He…"God’s love expects something in return"
You must have heard those lines before. If he treats you like a queen, treat him like a king. If she treats you like a king, treat her like a queen. It sounds good. But in reality, it is horrible advice. Very horrible. Who Makes The First Move? It is horrible because it tells you to approach with caution, to hold back that special treatment and wait till the other person takes the first step.…"If he treats you like a queen…"
When we say that there is no such thing as an unconditional relationship, or we say that love is not enough, which really is a matter of semantics, people often retort with one statement or the other that implies that love is all we need and cite the example of God as one we enjoy an unconditional relationship with or one who’s love is sufficient. So, let’s examine whether love is enough for God. Being…"Even with God, love is not enough"
If you are African, male and above 18 years of age – and have interacted with the female species long enough, chances are that you have been asked that immortal question, “Have you eaten?”, by at least one lady. See; some of you guys joke too much. You complain about the fairer gender asking you that question. What exactly is the problem with it? Someone cares enough about you to ask. Whatever form of love it…"When she asks you, “Have you eaten?”"
Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria offers countless opportunities for a romantic happily ever after, and the city features hundreds of beautiful places to host a reception. With the profusion of event spaces to choose from, there is certainly a venue for every pair: culture connoisseurs, nature mongers and more. However, as is now the norm, most Nigerians prefer to keep it simple and elegant by hosting their receptions in decorated banquet halls and…"Top 3 Venues for the perfect wedding reception in Abuja"
Dateline 2015. Planet earth is nothing like the world that I was born into over fourty years ago. As a matter of fact, if anyone had showed me a video recording of life in 2015 back in 1985, I would have found it unbelievable and filed it away as science fiction. But science fiction is our daily reality now. Take a walk down memory lane with me. As a student in Nigeria in 1985, if…"He proposed to her on Twitter? Try to keep up!"