Sing The Lord’s Songs In Strange Lands…


Ps.137:1-4 (KJV) By the rivers of Babylon, there we sat down, yea, we wept, when we remembered Zion.We hanged our harps upon the willows …For there they that carried us away captive required of us a song… saying, Sing us one of the songs of Zion.How shall we sing the LORD’S song in a strange land?

Sing THE LORD’S SONG in strange lands
Sing of His Love In the midst of hatred
Speak of His Kindness at the face of cruelty
Talk of His Goodness in the seat of wickedness

sINGERSing of His Peace in times of trouble
Speak Peace to every raging storm
Like when He commanded and the seas obeyed His voice
When our LORD arose and the storm sat down!

Sing of His Providence in times of famine
Sing of Abundance in times of scarcity
Talk of His Healing in times of sickness
Speak of His Strength in times of weakness

Sing a song of victory when you feel defeated
Shout triumphantly to the God of all the earth!
Speak Light at the wake of darkness
Sing of His Life at the face of death

Sing of His…read more.

A Basketful Not Crumbs…

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... he said unto his disciples, Gather up the fragments that remain, that nothing be lost. Therefore they gathered them together, and filled twelve baskets with the fragments of the five barley loaves, which remained…John 6:12-13 (KJV)


The little which remains after all is lost
The little you have left when all your resources are spent
The five barley loaves and two fishes which would scarcely suffice
and the fragments which remain…

The little you can still do when it’s already too late…
The few things that still work after your big mistake…
The few sweet Read more….

You Are Going To Rise Again!



It’s too late to give up now!!!

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Daughters of Eve: Preview Of Next Episode: Eavesdroppers…

Click here to learn about Daughters of Eve and here for story so far…

Habitual Late Comer:

pencil_sketch_1404202360182Bela arrived late for Sunday service as usual- at a time she knew the auditorium would be filled to the brim, whilst being just on time to escape having to sit at the overflow.

And mark you, Bela doesn’t just come. She ‘arrives’ and usually alone – or why would she allow anyone steal her show and becloud her moment?

Her lateness was habitual and very deliberate, for the wave she generated and the commotion her ‘arrival’ caused among other congregants – male and female alike with her skimpy, figure hugging and revealing dresses…

Usually, Bela doesn’t wear much to church… just barely enough to cover her nakedness-

Diversities of Gifts

This was the third out of about five services and she observed that praise and worship was just rounding up as she approached the gigantic 5,000-plus-capacity auditorium.

However, the funny thing she noticed was that though the music had stopped, the people kept on dancing, screaming and wailing as … read more….

Catch Up With Madame…

Catch Up With Madame...

Remember Madame?

Please refresh your memories as the story is about to continue. Happy reading…

Welcome to my blog!

My name is Aduke Cole. Madame Aduke Cole to be precise.

And here is my ‘Profile’:

- Early thirties

- Average height (about 5 ft. 2 in. )

- Chocolate complexion

- Pretty face

- 12 up, 14 down

- Trendy

- Curvy in all the right places but not fat – thanks to my lovely daughter (*winks.)

- Attention freak

- Bossy

- Detailed to a fault (meticulous)

- Perfectionist

- Exceptionally smart (scammers, please take note… you can’t play me- OK?)

- Busy body tendencies

- Jovial

- Fun loving

- Love partying

- Very ambitious

- Highly motivated

- Hardworker

- Optimist

- Possibility thinker

- ‘Mountain mover’

- Heavy spender

- Impulsive buyer

- Church goer

- Jesus lover

- Tongue talker

- Proud wife of Akanni Adekanbi Cole- the cutest and most wonderful guy in the whole wide world. And I totally adore him.

- Blessed with an adorable daughter named Adora.

And the list goes on and on… and on…

Never mind, you will learn more about me as my narrative unfolds.

Attention: Please Call Me ‘Madame’:

But you can call me ‘Madame Aduke‘, or simply ‘Madame for short. The underscore is intended. Please read my lips…

A note of warning before I go on: God bless you if you call me by name. If I hear ‘Aduke’ from your mouth hen?… Hmmmm you are on your own o. Do not say I did not warn you.

The title ‘Madame‘ DOES NOT come easy you know:I earned mine… read more


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