Thursday, May 28, 2009

We are the Champions...!!!


Okay, not "us" per se because that would mean the great Gooners, but "us" lovers of the beautiful game. We are the champions!!! And at the expense of Cristiano Ronaldo not to mention his over enthusiastic boss, the Welsh man.

Congs to the Passionate coach.

When Pep Guardiola was appointed Barca coach in 2008, few would would have dreamed that in just his first season he would have conquered Rome, Spain as well as England. At 38, he is the youngest coach to ever have won the champions league and also the first coach to win a treble in Spain; the Primera Liga, Copa del Rey and the Champions' League trophies all in the same season.

and the
Magic Mess

The size of Lionel Messi is very deceptive. He looks like someone who can easily tumble over when met with defenders, or one who cannot do much with the ball. This small man,however, is a magic mess. We have been waiting to see his show down with Cristiano who holds the accolade for Europe's best and World's best player and the champs league final provided a wonderful setting. Messing with Man-U defenders and midfielders, the young man eventually got himself a goal and cemented the fact that he was better than Ronaldo who only impressed in the first ten minutes of the game and then evanesced other than being offside several times. He has a total of 38 goals this season against Ronaldo's 25.

I can only feel but pity for Ronnie...

If Man-U had won this one...I can think of few Man-U fans I would be able to talk to properly,so..ll those who are happy with me, tuyimbe...congo congo..congolatuleshoniizi..

Friday, May 22, 2009

Of who fired a shot...

The yellow one

"Guns? for what?"

The blue one

"Tsunami coming."

then there was this guy...

"Is there a problem here"

Sincerely, can't the press look for something else than who fired a shot ?

Nice weekend.

Monday, May 18, 2009

What if...and unrequited love.

In the line of Matthew 18:8 and 9 below
Mat 18:8 And if your hand or your foot causes you to offend, cut them off and throw them from you. It is better for you to enter into life lame or maimed, rather than having two hands or two feet to be cast into everlasting fire.
Mat 18:9 And if your eye offends you, pluck it out and throw it from you. It is better for you to enter into life with one eye, rather than having two eyes to be cast into the hell of fire.

...So what if your head causes you to sin....?

(Please give me your not a sermon about scriptural context, I want your answer).

And then to unrequited love.

Roy Cleveland Sullivan (February 7, 1912 – September 28, 1983 was a U.S. park ranger in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia Sullivan was hit by lightning on seven different occasions and survived all of them In his lifetime he gained "Human Lightning Conductor" as a nickname.On September 28, 1983, Sullivan died at age 71, by committing suicide, reportedly distraught over an unrequited love.(Wikipedia)

Doesn't love suck?

Nice week, God bless.

Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Honest Scrap Awards.

Wabula those awards have been patient with me kubanga nga they have been waiting...?!! I guess by the time I do this most of you bloggers have moved on from this award but this is my 15 seconds, I am going ahead with the celebrations...hehe! I have two people to thank for this award; Johnny23 and Ugandan Girl. Interesting, don't you think, chosen twice from two different sexes, haha...anyway I'm grateful Johnny and UgGAL, much love. Now let me brag! TWO AWARDS....lalalalalala...hehe

Kati now..10 honest things about me.

1.I believe in an Almighty Creator of the World who is also the Saviour of the World.

2.I have small fingers.

3.I have never had a girlfriend.

4.When I am overwhelmed I cry (in private). (I cried when I watched The Passion of the Christ)

5.There is a muslim girl on my case who wants me for a boyfriend. Mbu she got ma no. in a dream!

6.At any one time, my phone inbox has more texts from ladies than from guys.

7.I am shy when in a new environment.

8.I was in love with my best friend who recently politely chucked me and said she regretted ever meeting me.

9.I think a lot.

10.I am very sensitive and emotional.

So, now to the wanus I think deserve this award.

1.Angela Kintu's blog looks funky.

2. Antipop...sometimes your posts make me laugh and cry at the same time.

3.Trybes...poetic content which I love.

4.Master's Apprentice...mature talk man.

5.Young Papparazzi...intellectually spiritually funny.


7.......(whoever shall take these socks)


Then the instructions for the 'chosen ones' ;
1.You must brag about the award
2.You must include the name of the blogger who bestowed the award on you and link back to the blogger
3.You must choose a minimum of seven (7) blogs that you find brilliant in content or design. 4.Show their names and links and leave a comment informing them that they were prized with Honest Weblog.
5.List at least ten (10) honest things about yourself.
Then pass it on with the instructions!

Jesus is LORD.

Friday, May 08, 2009 got unsaved part 2.

Hi peoples, wonderful peoples, beautiful peoples, lovely peoples and amazing peoples. Yeah, it's me again...been dying to pop in and say hello to y'all but damn the steps to my office are too steep but today I had to. I have soo much to say but I cannot say it all at once. Just that I feel so good in this place (quiet moment of awesomeness)'s great.

Well, I saw the messages you guys sent me and I was really happy and I feel blessed. Thanks for them prayers , I know I am well just being moved around by doctors who want me to do tests and stuff...

Thanks Princess, I got your sms. And thank you Ugandan're full of awesomeness, I will surprise you soon enough.

Otherwise, before I get back to business the stuff that comes after this is an addition to my last post. It will make stuff clearer. Otherwise, hope to be back perma soon.


You became unsaved? Part 2

Wait a minute, come to think of it, when one gets saved do they lay it upon themselves to complete their salvation or do they even initiate it? Is it not an entire work of God? It is God who chooses us for salvation (Deut 7:6, Deut 14:2, Psalm 33:12,Psalm 105:43,Isa 41:9 etc)

This is a study by Barnes on Philippians 1:6 which
says “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ: …”

Phil 1:6
Being confident - This is strong language. It means to be fully and firmly persuaded or convinced; participle, middle voice, from πείθω peithō - to persuade; compare Luk_16:31. “Neither will they be persuaded, though one rose from the dead;” that is, they would not be convinced; Act_17:4; Heb_11:13; Act_28:24. It means here that Paul was entirely convinced of the truth of what he said. It is the language of a man who had no doubt on the subject.
That he which hath begun a good work in you - The “good work” here referred to, can be no other than religion, or true piety. This is called the work of God; the work of the Lord; or the work of Christ; Joh_6:29; compare 1Co_15:58; 1Co_16:10; Phi_2:30. Paul affirms here that that work was begun by God. It was not by their own agency or will; compare the notes on Joh_1:13. It was on the fact that it was begun by God, that he based his firm conviction that it would be permanent. Had it been the agency of man, he would have had no such conviction, for nothing that man does today can lay the foundation of a certain conviction that he will do the same thing tomorrow. If the perseverance of the Christian depended wholly on himself, therefore, there could be no sure evidence that he would ever reach heaven.
Will perform it - Margin, “Or, finish” The Greek word - ἐπιτελέσει epitelesei - means that he would carry it forward to completion; he would perfect it. It is an intensive form of the word, meaning that it would be carried through to the end. It occurs in the following places: Luk_13:32, “I do cures;” Rom_15:28, “when I have performed this;” 2Co_7:1, “perfecting holiness;” 2Co_8:6, “so he would also finish in you;” 2Co_8:11, “perform the doing of it;” Gal_3:3, “are ye now made perfect by the flesh;” Heb_8:5, “when he was about to make the tabernacle;” Heb_9:6, “accomplishing this service;” and 1Pe_5:9, “are accomplished in your brethren.” The word occurs nowhere else; and here means that God would carry on the work which he had begun to completion. He would not leave it unfinished. It would not he commenced and then abandoned. This would or could be “performed” or “finished” only:
(1) by keeping them from falling from grace, and,
(2) by their ultimate entire perfection.
Until the day of Jesus Christ - The day when Christ shall so manifest himself as to be the great attractive object, or the day when he shall appear to glorify himself, so that it may be said emphatically to be his day. That day is often called “his day,” or “the day of the Lord,” because it will be the day of his triumph and glory. It refers here to the day when the Lord Jesus will appear to receive his people to himself - the day of judgment. We may remark on this verse, that Paul believed in the perseverance of saints. It would be impossible to express a stronger conviction of the truth of that doctrine than he has done here. Language could not be clearer, and nothing can be more unequivocal than the declaration of his opinion that where God has begun a good work in the soul, it will not be finally lost. The ground of this belief he has not stated in full, but has merely hinted at it. It is based on the fact that God had begun the good work. That ground of belief is something like the following:
(1) It is in God alone. It is not in man in any sense. No reliance is to be placed upon man in keeping himself. He is too weak; too changeable; too ready to be led astray; too much disposed to yield to temptation.
(2) the reliance, therefore, is on God; and the evidence that the renewed man will be kept is this:
(a) God began the work of grace in the soul.
(b) He had a design in it. It was deliberate, and intentional. It was not by chance or haphazard. It was because he had some object that was worthy of his interposition.
(c) There is no reason why he should begin such a work and then abandon it. It cannot be because he has no power to complete it, or because there are more enemies to be overcome than he had supposed; or because there are difficulties which he did not foresee; or because it is not desirable that the work should be completed. Why then should he abandon it?
(d) God abandons nothing that he undertakes. There are no unfinished worlds or systems; no half-made and forsaken works of His hands. There is no evidence in His works of creation of change of plan, or of having forsaken what He began from disgust, or disappointment, or lack of power to complete them. Why should there be in the salvation of the soul?
(e) He has promised to keep the renewed soul to eternal life; see Joh_10:27-29; Heb_6:17-20; compare Rom_8:29-30.

I think Barnes helps us understand it is upon God to keep us His own because He chose us unto Himself to be a holy nation, a chosen people, Kings and Priests etc. We are His responsibility so we can trust and be sure He will keep us saved to the very end. Let us trust Him thus.

God bless.


Miss you guys.