Joseph Iregbu

Purpose Guy

Setting Yourself Free From Unforgiveness

“Can we always forgive every hurt, however deep the issues? Does the Bible command we forgive every offense?” No doubt you’ve heard these questions before. Or perhaps you have posed them yourself or currently hold the view that forgiveness is not always possible. From personal experience, I know forgiveness can […]

Our Consecration In The Pursuit Of God

Today, consecration is often misjudged as baseless and unnecessary in the pervasive hyper-grace Christian culture we live in. To some degree, this is not unconnected with the spread of moral liberalism in the church. The design of the gospel is to bring the believer into a deeper relationship with God. […]

How High, How Wide, How Deep Is This Love

We all have personal stories we’d rather not tell; of regret, failure or others we may be ashamed to share. And it’s easy to think we stand alone in this category. However, nothing could be farther from the truth. We are not alone. Peter denied Christ thrice (John 18:15-27). Thomas […]

When Pastors Lose Perspective of Their WHY

Some days I feel evangelical. Other days I feel Pentecostal. But everyday, I’m a Christian; saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone and for the glory of God alone. My faith is my identity and story. I was once a sinner… till Mercy and Grace (Jesus Christ) […]

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