Text: Psalm 135:6
Last week, I continued
the discussion on God’s sovereignty, provided Scriptural references, and
reiterated its definition. In this
Journal, I will discuss the overview of God’s sovereignty. As I argued in my series, God is not confined
to our cultures, rules, nor regulations that define who we are. God does what He pleases, and his sovereignty
is not partial.
This Journal shows and
proves how God’s sovereignty bypassed the rights and privileges of the
firstborn, which was held in high esteem, in many cultures around the world,
including the Israelites.
Text: Psalm 135:6
I am grateful to
God for His strength that He has given me to write this Journal after several
weeks of its disappearance. I apologize for not being consistent with the
weekly journal for the following reasons: I have been very busy to complete my new book,A Godly Leader on Trial: A Fresh Look at
Nehemiah,which was finally released. There had been deaths in our family
back home in Liberia – my wife’s mother went to be with then Lord and my sister,
Maryou-pleah, also died of Ebola.
‘A GODLY LEADER ON TRIAL: A Fresh Look at Nehemiah’, by Dr.
R. Zarwulugbo Liberty, proposes a
paradigm shift back to Godly leadership as exemplified by Nehemiah; bucking the
trend of many present-day leaders who attempt to preach their own personal
values instead of the Bible’s. For these leaders, the book presents a bold
opportunity for them to accomplish their God-given mission. For lay Christian’s,
Dr. Liberty’s work will enable them to embrace a new life led by Biblical
Boynton Beach, Florida – With church attendances sadly dwindling, many
are adopting a more secular-style model of preaching; with leaders urging
congregations to use them personally as a model, rather than Biblical