Monthly Archive: July 2014

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Love So Amazing E5

Kate was about to ask Deola about the sad smile she had on her face when the youth pastor began the study proper. He asked everyone to turn their Bibles to the book of John chapter three and someone was told to read verses one to twenty-two aloud. After...

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Perfection! 14-07-14 E3

Lagos traffic helped to heighten my curiosity as our journey was elongated. Our first point of call was where his brother had a surprise waiting for us (even my prince had no clue what the surprise was!). We had to wait for his brother to show...

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Love So Amazing E4

It was indeed an awesome time in His presence and she could see that Deola was struggling not to shed tears. The worship session drew to an end and it was time to rearrange the chairs to sit in a circle. The sitting arrangement usually happened on...

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Perfection! 14-07-14 E2

Hours later…. My phones kept buzzing like they were ‘hotlines‘. There were many surprises I must confess. People that I had not heard from in a really long while (some used it as an opportunity to ask for forgiveness for staying away for too long #YouKnowYourself...

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Perfection! 14-07-14 E1

So… in my last post about my own fairy tale, I was wondering if he was indeed the Prince. Months have proven him to be…winks! My Prince came through…I call him my amazingly awesome prince…he is also very spiritual, hmmmm. Since this was our first birthday...

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Love So Amazing E3

  It was Tuesday again. Another day for the Chosen Generation fellowship to meet; the day’s meeting was going to be focused on the Word with emphasis on the book of John chapter three verse sixteen. Kate had been praying silently for Deola and she asked...

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Love So Amazing E2

‘Hurry up Deola. We are going to be late. Today is not day of changing clothes several times o! You know how Prof. Agbaje is, me I don’t want wahala. Deola!!!’. By this time, Kate was already by the entrance of their accommodation. ‘I’m coming nau....

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Love So Amazing E1

Deola Akinbowale and Kate Osagie were both going to be late for their morning lecture. It was ten minutes to the beginning of another class of ‘Macroeconomics‘. It usually took about fifteen minutes to walk from their accommodation on campus to the venue for the lecture....