10 Steps to Take When You Realize You’re in Love with the ‘Wrong’ Person

In today’s episode of, “Will You Marry Me?,” I’d like to talk to you about, “10 Steps to Take When You Realize You’re in Love with the ‘Wrong’ Person.” Mistakes happen in life. You think you bought a men’s shirt – only to discover later that what you have is actually a women’s shirt. WhatContinue reading “10 Steps to Take When You Realize You’re in Love with the ‘Wrong’ Person”

Stephen Ogoe

Hello, and welcome to Higher-Self Realities, where we promote Self-Realization through spiritual awareness! Stephen Ogoe (“Pastor Steve”) is a mystic, speaker, writer, and spiritual advisor. Born and raised in Ghana, his hometown is Elmina. From the age of seven, he was raised in Kumasi, having been adopted by his aunt. He has three sisters. HeContinue reading “Stephen Ogoe”

‘Teach Us to Pray’ vs ‘Pray for Us’

Today, I would like to talk to you about, “Teach Us to Pray vs Pray for Us,” based on the following Scripture: “And it came to pass, that as he [Jesus] was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, Lord teach us to pray, as John [theContinue reading “‘Teach Us to Pray’ vs ‘Pray for Us’”

11 Types of People You should Be Careful Dating (or Marrying)

Selecting a future spouse is about finding love. True, but that’s not all. There’s also the question of having a set of criteria (based on one’s values, standards, and expectations) by which to discern who would be ‘right’ for us.

The Two Groups of People in John 11:25-26

As the title suggests, in John 11:25-26, Jesus is addressing two distinct groups of people. The first group is mentioned in v. 25, and the second group in v. 26. We shall call the first group, The Resurrection Group, and the second group, The Life Group. Each one of us is in one of those groups. Understanding what Jesus meant in this passage will open a new chapter in how we interact with life or death. To make the analysis easier, we shall break down the passage into three (3) sections: a premise, and two separate conclusions arising from the premise.