Miracles are cited as evidence of the Spirit’s work in a prophet or man of God. But God commands us to be discerning, especially when it comes to miracles.
God’s omnipresence doesn’t mean he’s part of creation or spread throughout it. Rather it reassures us that his personal, powerful presence is never far away.
Most Africans readily speak about corruption and cronyism, rather than against it. But as Christians we have the responsibility to hold leaders accountable.
God’s aseity means he has life and existence in himself. He is independent, needing nothing from his creation. Yet, incredibly, he enters it and meets us.
Investing relationally in Christian community may be costly, sometimes limiting opportunities for work. But it’s fundamental to Christian faith and growth.