Controversy seems to follow Gloria Muliro wherever she turns, like an unshakable stalker. The latest has to do with her song, Follow You. The singer has been accused of stealing/plagiarizing/sampling (whichever term seems most appropriate), not only the words, but also the tune to the chorus/verse from Chris Tomlin's song, I Will Follow You. Now, … Continue reading Did Gloria Muliro Steal Chris Tomlin’s Song?
To see Saul standing atop that hill stirs in us feelings of compassion, and deep sadness. You just have to understand the man. His soldiers are fearful and wide-eyed. The scene is so captivating that the scribe of 1 Samuel 13 places his quivering quill down and picks up, not a thesaurus, but a geographical … Continue reading I Apologize for Being a Christian
Here are some great reads that are bound to make your Thursday worthwhile: GET TO CHURCH EARLY. I think this article was written with me (Cornell) in mind. I've been getting to church and meetings quite late lately. This is not good. I need to change this. I am going to change this. Starting yesterday. … Continue reading Blog Break (18 Apr 13)
I don't recall ever hearing a sermon or reading a commentary on 2 Corinthians 12:7-9 in which the speaker or writer did not pause to speculate on what Paul's thorn could have been. Somehow, the nature of this thorn seems important to us than it was to Paul, who chose not to reveal it. It … Continue reading The Point of Paul’s “Thorn in the Flesh”
"The older brother became angry and refused to go in. So his father went out and pleaded with him." [Luke 15:28] Dear Brother, I remember it like it was just yesterday; the hurt look on your face when I told you I was leaving home. I remember the conversation we had. You tried to dissuade … Continue reading A Letter to the Elder Brother