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Nahusenay Afework is a freelance writer and communications consultant. His study at Addis Ababa University earned him MA in Literature. He takes pleasure in writing and consulting people. He is also involved in church ministry in the domain of teaching.

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Our hope is as sure as our God!

Published in Nahu's Corner
Thursday, 10 March 2016 09:02
Hope is an attraction to the future and an energy to the present. With it we hold on to our expectation while lessening our periodic burden. Our greatest guarantee though doesn't lie on the hope itself, be it a future honor or the ultimate glory; it rather falls on "the God of hope" (Ro 15:13). There is great comfort in this. Nothing preserves any...

He cared beyond the healing He offered.

Published in Nahu's Corner
Monday, 19 October 2015 07:01
“A man with leprosy came to him and begged him on his knees, ‘If you are willing, you can make me clean’’’ (Mk 1:40). The person made an amazing statement that puts power & will in the balance. Before Jesus responded in words, he reacted in feeling: “Filled with compassion, Jesus touched the man. ‘I am willing,’ he said. ‘Be clean!’ The man ini...
You don’t easily weigh animals, as it doesn’t make sense to them to stand on the weighing scales. People at the London Zoo had an idea for the annual weigh-in though. According to BBC’s Week in Pictures each penguin was offered a fish, anchovy, to step on the scale.   The incentive seemed effective as they are pictured waiting eagerly to step on ...
“Your daughter is dead,” they said. “Why bother the teacher any more?” (Mk 5:35). To Jairus, a synagogue ruler, the words are like arrows piercing the little hope he hung on. Jesus put the guy and his desperate call on hold while lending Himself to another on the way. The emergency call hung up. His earnest (“pleaded earnestly”), humble (“fell at h...

Quite times are penetrable by needs.

Published in Nahu's Corner
Thursday, 13 August 2015 05:17
It was a moment of brilliance with the softly & sparsely pouring rain buttoning the gentle tide underneath at Lake Hawassa. A decent moment on the edge to think about God, thank Him for the gifts in nature & pray. My open-eyed meditation was however interrupted by a calm yet firm word from an attendant on account of depth at the spot. I com...

The judge who neither feared God nor cared about men

Published in Nahu's Corner
Thursday, 06 August 2015 05:46
Midweek Bible study in a small group, the leader had asked for prayer requests. An old woman told about her four-year-old legal battle to secure a purchased property & asked to plead with God fearing regression. In an interesting correlation the leader was quoting the story of the widow & the unjust judge to highlight the importance of pers...

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