Dr. Myles Munroe & Chaz B
Dr. Myles Munroe & Chaz B – 2 great men in transition!!!

The pain that comes with the death of loved one is indescribable – it is the kind of situation that divine help is needed to pull through. The Christian community is certainly pained by the passing unto glory of two of their great sons – Dr. Myles Munroe and Charles Bruce Chukwuma aka Chaz B, the popular OAP who anchors the show sharing life issues on Rhythm 92.3 FM.

I am not writing this post because I am a fan of the program as such but due to the fact that I am not so much of an emotional person. That said, I however believe it is expedient for me to write this post because I am convinced about the fact that Chaz B was in the centre of his calling (purpose) and he certainly touched lives across the length and breathe of this world. He died doing what he loved, which goes with what Myles Munroe suggested that you should go to the grave empty – die with the intention of disappointing the grave!

Let me leave you with a video where you are urged by Dr. Myles to die empty:

I refuse to die full, God helping me I intend to die empty – I’ll work hard to fulfill the purpose of my creation!

Chaz B was one of the few guys that you would tune into and hear someone on the other end crying uncontrollably for one reason or the other and the few times I stumbled on the show, I would hear him bluntly and truthfully counsel callers and listeners who would call from as far as the North or East. His reach was certainly growing to God’s glory!

Have you watched his testimony of how God gave him a 2nd or even 3rd chance to live. Go watch it here.

What more can I say?

Chaz B nwannem, je nke oma (meaning Chaz B my brother, go well) – may the good Lord grant your family grace and fortitude to bear your irreplaceable loss and may God grant those of us alive the understanding to realize that anybody can die at anytime but our prayer is that we are ready when our Lord and Master calls.

Remember, after death comes judgement. Are you ready?

“People generally fall into one of three groups: the few who make things happen, the many who watch things happen, and the overwhelming majority who have no notion of what happens. Every person is either a creator of fact or a creature of circumstance. He either puts color into his environment, or, like a chameleon, takes color from his environment.” -? Myles Munroe