Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Monday, September 16, 2013
The worst kind of thinking is fear of failure. The "What if" disease. "What if I fail? What if people laugh at me? What if I lose all my money?” What if, what if, what if?
Fear is paralyzing. It stops the movement necessary for success. Fear weakens our resolve, cripples our creativity and ultimately suffocates our successes.
Conversely, movement overcomes fear. When struck by fear, move. Do something!
Don't wait any longer to explore your entrepreneurial spirit, take action now
HEC. OLUMIDE ILESANMI
Sunday, September 15, 2013
Sometimes what we want is not what Gods wants for us and every journey is a preparation towards attainment of Gods plan and purpose for our lives.
This made me understand that "life does not follow a script" that's why we make some plans and they don't work out as planed and arranged simply because they are not in God's MASTER SCRIPT.
While we were growing up we made so much plans and had big dreams. hold it! how many of those plans and dreams in our script actually get to be fulfilled?
God help us.
Abraham planned to be a father of children that was why he got married at the age he did yet had to wait for almost a century before he finally became a father.
God had made every man to be inclusive in his promises in creation in Genesis but Abraham had to get another promise again at 75 years.
This is a story that sometimes we need to wait and actually get a part in God's script for us to play our parts right in this "LIFE STAGE” where God is the "STAGE DIRECTOR"
I wish as you go through this little piece the Holy Spirit will minister to your heart and you will find YOUR part in God's divine plan for mankind.
As a man grows older... ...He values the voice of experience more and the voice of prophecy less. ...He finds more of life's wealth in the common pleasures - home, health and children. ...He thinks more about the work of men and less about their wealth. ...He begins to appreciate his own father a little more. ...He hurries less, and usually makes more progress. ...He esteems the friendship of God a little higher.
- Roy L. Smit
- Roy L. Smit