Joseph Iregbu

Purpose Guy

A Case for Biblical Unity, Not Uniformity

Earlier this week, I shared a post on Twitter about our personal responsibility to discover and step into our calling, particularly as members of the body of Christ. Over the years, I’ve made the case that it’s spiritual incompetence to allow another individual to determine your calling under the guise […]

Lessons from the Parable of the Talents

In the parable of the talents in Matthew 25:14-30, Jesus shared the powerful story of a rich man who, before leaving on a journey, committed his assets to his three servants. The expectation? Invest and multiply. If you are familiar with the parable, you will remember that the first two […]

4 Reasons Why Christians Suffer

In my previous post, I pointed to the sovereignty and providence of God in the believer’s suffering and allowed the Bible speak to that reality. The issue of suffering is multi-dimensional; from a spiritual, practical and emotional perspective. I don’t intend to make light of our sufferings or pain. But […]

Does God Ordain the Believer’s Suffering?

In a conference call with a group of Christians, I made a statement that didn’t go down too well with everyone. The reason for their discomfort wasn’t lost on me — I knew why. But first, here’s what I said: God ordains the suffering of His own elect (children) for […]

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