He is a God of perfection, order and decency. No wonder, while delivering his sermon on the mountain (Mark 3:13, Matt. 5:1) noted: “Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect.” (Matt. 5:48). Jesus never minced words in calling us to be perfect as our Father.
Also Apostle Paul didn’t forget to warn the church of God at Corinth about decency and order. He noted: “Let all things be done decently and in order.” (1 Cor. 14:40). It is required we ensure we are decent and in order.
Why then should God’s children be mediocre? We should not be those who are lead from the back in our class. When we speak, our words ought to ooze LIFE… (Eternal Life) Our words should sweeten the world. (Col. 4:16).
Excellence is a non-negotiable height that every Christian must attain. Be it in academics, business, corporate world or social circles, Christians are expected to STAND tall and RULE in God’s own way. Never are God’s children ever meant to be back benchers. NEVER! It is not to be.
During this season where teachers will be testing what we have learnt in the classroom, our birthright, EXCELLENCE must not be undermined. It is certain we are entitled to be EXCELLENT. Never settle for the less as God’s children.
I sincerely believe the God I serve will always make me successful in that which he commits into my hands. So as he will make possible in your case.
Never Settle for the LESS. EXCELLENCE is ours.
Change in Nigeria
On Friday, May 29, there was a change of guard in government. With the start of the new tenure of President Muhammadu Buhari and his Vice, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, we must not relent in prayers.
The scarcity in fuel products made many experience a crippling situation over the week. Thank God calm is returning.
For us to lead a peaceable life, we must fail to pray for Nigeria. (I Tim. 2:1-3).
Don’t miss this experience. It promises be dish a plethora of GREAT GRACE… Pure in Heart… From Wednesday, June 17-20, 2015 at Foursquare Camp, Ajebo, God’s children will be gathered for a life changing experience.
Don’t be told of this experience.