2018 In Review: Top 5 Posts

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As we draw the curtain on the year 2018, I thought I should do a recap of the five most liked posts on this blog. (You may click on each of the links to read the full posts):

Enjoy…

#5. ​Jesus: 8 Special Things About The Baby That Changed The World

In Jesus’ birth, divinity became humanity. It was the beginning of the unfolding of the grandest heavenly agenda in bringing salvation to mankind.

  • Jesus was miraculous conception by a virgin. His conception by a virgin and birth were undeniable fulfillment of divine prophecies…
  • Jesus got His name several centuries before He was born…
  • The birth of Jesus is the proof of God’s love for the world…
  • Jesus is the only man in history with the complete tripartite cycle of birth, death and resurrection
  • He is the only One giving eternal life to anyone who believes in Him…

#4.  Six Simple Reasons To Forgive Offences

Everyone needs forgiveness.  On the other hand, everyone needs to offer forgiveness too.

  • God has forgiven your offences and He expects you to forgive others too…
  • Unforgiveness is a big weight, free yourself from it…
  • Happiness and unforgiveness don’t mix…
  • You have the capacity to forgive, no need pretending otherwise…

#3. Eight Simple Reasons I Do Not Follow Your Blog

Part of the joy of blogging is having people following your blog, regularly reading your written thoughts and sending you feedback through their comments, likes, emails, reblogs etc. If you have ever wondered why people are not following your blog, these may just be some of the reasons:Why people follow your blog

  • They don’t even know that your blog exists in the first place…
  • You are not following their blogs…
  • People get to your blog, but find out your posts care less about their core values…
  • You did not join any blogging community…
  • No one has recommended your blog to them yet…

 

#2. Blogging for personal development

Beyond sharing my thoughts and being a source of inspiration to my readers, blogging has become a journey of personal development for me. I have learnt new things, improved on my writing skills, acquired new skills, met and interacted with different kinds of people from different places around the world.

I have inspired some people and I have also been inspired by many other people. I have defended my faith, read several insightful posts, gained vast knowledge in many areas of life and so on and so forth

#1. Racism in America Vs Tribalism in Nigeria

Racial discrimination and prejudices wear attires in Nigeria different from the ones they wear in America. While racism exists as a result of differences in colour of the skin, tribalism hinges on differences in birth-roots. Both are common societal evils that must be dealt a decisive blow in order for us to have a better world.

No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin, or his background or his religion. People learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite – Nelson Mandela.

Thank you for reading and happy new year in advance.


©Copyright 2018|Victor Uyanwanne

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