• 5 Prayers for Money and Financial Freedom with Bible Scriptures to Up Your Faith

    5 Prayers for Money and Financial Freedom with Bible Scriptures to Up Your Faith

    Is money spiritual and worthy enough to pray for? Learn what the Bible says about it and how you can pray for financial stability, employment and prosperity.

    1. Pray for your daily needs.

    Jesus in His famous prayer said: “Give us this day our daily bread.” (Matthew 6:11)

    At the end of the same chapter He continues: “For your heavenly Father knoweth that ye have need of all these things. But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all […]

  • Complete the Answer

    Complete the Answer

    Do you know how many sheep?

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  • Prize Winners of AdeLove Quiz on Test your knowledge … N3,000 Airtime or $10 Int’l card each

    Prize Winners of AdeLove Quiz on Test your knowledge … N3,000 Airtime or $10 Int’l card each

    And finally the winners listed below won AdeLove freebies Airtime, N3,000 each for those in Nigeria, $10 for those living abroad (paid via paypal) or i send you codes for International calling card. We should be doing this henceforth in order bringing out more ideas to make all voices count.

    The answer is 14. First of all, Let me thank an ALF Reader, Ejire that brought light into this. I never thought of this as it never occurred to me. Now, […]

  • What’s the answer?

    What’s the answer?

    Do you

  • In my Father’s Shoes (Lesson Learned Story) – Part 1

    In my Father’s Shoes (Lesson Learned Story) – Part 1

     

    Being born into wealthy family might seem like the perfect life, High chief Dada Jalade, my dad who is an oil magnate, a man whom if his name is on an invitation card, the paparazzi’s would all be there to take another note in history of one of numerous huge donations, married to two wives and Tosin my mum being the first wife, she was revered and respected, though she has formal education, her ocean of wisdom is one which […]

  • Difference between “Emigration” and “Immigration”

    Difference between “Emigration” and “Immigration”

     

    The difference is fairly subtle.

    To Emigrate is to leave one country to settle in another. (The focus is still on the original country)

    To Immigrate is to come to a new country to live. (The focus is now on the new country)

    See detailed Examples:

    I emigrated from Nigeria to the US. (This focuses on the leaving bit)
    I immigrated to the US from Nigeria. (This focuses on the arriving bit)

     

    And finally, relatives in Nigeria might say:

    Adelove emigrated to the US last year. (from their perspective, I left)

    While […]

  • Difference between “Breath” and “Breathe”

    Difference between “Breath” and “Breathe”

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    Breath – The word “Breath” is a noun. It is the air that is taken in and expelled during breathing

    Example: (A)  he took a deep breath and dived into the pool  (B)  He would fight until his last breath.

     

    Breathe – The word “Breathe” is a verb.  To breathe means to draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs

    Example: (A) I can breathe better when the air is clean  (B) Virtually […]

  • Difference between Wary vs Weary

    Difference between Wary vs Weary

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    Both have same sounds but different meaning.

    Wary – Being careful about possible dangers or problems

    Example: Ada’s dog that has been maltreated often remain very wary of strangers. (Another word to replace wary are Careful, alert, cautious)

     

    Weary – feeling tiredness due to lack of sleep or as a result of excessive exertion

    Example:  He gave a long, weary sigh (Another word to replace Weary are “Exhausted, tired, worn out, drained etc..)

     

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  • Difference between “Slow” and “Sloe”

    Difference between “Slow” and “Sloe”

    Sloe and Slow are homophones – they both sound same but with different meanings.

    Slow is to reduce one’s speed or the speed of a vehicle or process.

    Let’s look at example below:

    – A slow train;

    – A  slow pace;

    – A plant of slow growth etc

     

    Sloe is the small bluish-black fruit of the blackthorn, with a sharp sour taste. It is used in making sloe gin (a gin flavoured with sloe juice).

     

    Let’s look at example below:

    – Sloe berry has once central seed;

    – […]

  • Difference between “Feet”  Vs “Feat”

    Difference between “Feet” Vs “Feat”

    Hello Everyone! Hoping you are all keeping fit as usual. Our today’s topic will point at homophones – Feet & Feat. Our intension here at ADELOVE is to ensure that you never confuse feet and feat again. Let’s take a look right quick at the definitions and examples below. Please do feel free to send us email or leave comments below if you have question. Thank you!

    Feet and feat are homophones, which means they sound the same but have different […]