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Month: April 2020

Hym SundayOh God Our Help in Ages past
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Hym SundayOh God Our Help in Ages past

Lyrics O God, our help in ages past,Our hope for years to come,Our shelter from the stormy blast,And our eternal homeWithin the shadow of thy throne,Still may we dwell secure. Sufficient is thine arm alone,And our defense is sure.Before the hills in order stood,Or earth received her frame,From everlasting thou art God,To endless years the same.O God, our help in ages past,Our hope for years to come,Be thou our guide while life shall last and our eternal home. https://c.jumia.io/?a=112812&c=1415&p=r&E=kkYNyk2M4sk%3D&s1=
BOOK REVIEW: WHAT I WISH I’D KNOWN BEFORE MARRIAGE. BY GARRY CHAPMAN
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BOOK REVIEW: WHAT I WISH I’D KNOWN BEFORE MARRIAGE. BY GARRY CHAPMAN

When we were dating, it never crossed my mind that we would have any major disagreements. We seemed so compatible. I was willing to do whatever she desired, and she seemed to be willing to follow my suggestions. That was one of the things that attracted me to her. To think that we would ever end up arguing with each other never occurred to me. However, starting on the honeymoon and continuing for the first few years of our marriage, we found ourselves embroiled in conflicts. I could not imagine how illogical she was and she could not imagine that I could be so harsh and demanding. It was not that I wanted to be harsh; it’s just that I knew that my idea was the best idea. Of course, she felt the same way about her ideas. No one had ever told us that conflicts are a normal part of every ...
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Nigeria COVID-19 survivor- Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi ‘An experience I don’t wish on anyone’

NEWS /NIGERIA Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi wants to advocate for an end to stigmatisation and demystify myths around COVID-19.by Fidelis Mbah6 hours ago For Oluwaseun Ayodeji Osowobi, the symptoms began shortly after she returned from a trip to London. The 29-year-old Nigerian activist was in the United Kingdom capital to attend on March 9 the Commonwealth Day Service, where she was the official flag bearer. But after arriving in Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos, she fell ill and decided to get tested for COVID-19, the highly infectious respiratory disease caused by the new coronavirus. The test came back positive and Osowobi was taken to a specialised facility to receive medical care. She remained at an isolation ward until last ...