By Esther Obazu-Ojeagbase
|Pastor Mrs Esther Obazu-Ojeagbase|
One’s desire to have financial freedom, live an honourable, glorious and peaceful life could be marred with trouble and distress if one fails to be on one’s guard all the time. We have the duty to control our feelings, actions and what we say. The home is very important. A well known American author, Taylor Caldwel, once said, “I would rather cook a meal for a man, bring his slippers and feel myself in the protection of his arm than have all citations and honours I have received worldwide.” This is applicable to men too. Without a home there is no true freedom, hope, joy, no expectations for tomorrow, and there is no contentment.