Have I ever told you how much I love my Honeybun? Continue reading Happy Valentine’s Day!
There is one good saying in Amharic. It goes something like this: Just because you have two legs doesn’t mean that you can climb two trees. (I know, some of you may translate it better but I guess this is the best I can do).
A similar one in English would be: You can’t have your cake and eat it too.
You can have your cake and keep it in the fridge or you can eat your cake and you won’t have cake to keep in the fridge. Both these situations cannot be true at the same time. You have to choose one. Continue reading Hot or Cold
Sinful desires are printed on our DNA. That means we can’t run away from them. They are always with us!
So, what do we need to do so sinful lifestyles won’t mark out lives? Continue reading Evil Desires
I love the way Jesus was calling people to follow Him.
He calls them; they will come and follow Him. If they choose not to follow Him, He lets them go because True Love and force or manipulation doesn’t go together.
One day, when Jesus told to all His followers the Truth as it was, He lost most of them (John 6). They just turned around 180 degrees and said “adios” and left. Continue reading One Feature of True Love
This is the kind of question I frequently receive from young people: Is it a sin to go to a vacation with my girlfriend? Of course we don’t do sex?
The question itself makes me cringe a bit because it sounds like this: “What kind of sin can God tolerate?” or “Which sin can I do without severing my fellowship with the Holy Spirit?”
Of course kissing is the number one topic most people ask to know “how far is too far”. “Is French kissing a sin?” Or, “Is kissing more than three and half second a sin?” Continue reading Is It A Sin – – –