Life’s Lessons || Lessons Learned In 2019

  1. My situation or circumstance doesn’t change who God is. He is good at every season. The sooner I realized this, the better it was for me.
  2. When God says no, it’s a blessing in disguise, sometimes He’s redirecting our steps to something only Him has the full picture of.
  3. Every season serves a purpose. The present season prepares us for the next, the worse season builds strength, tenacity, and faith in us, it also teaches us lessons that we couldn’t have learned any better.
  4. I learned to know my place in people’s lives and act accordingly.
  5. Know your tribe! Everybody is not for you. The people who are really for you will not be against you.
  6. Sieve every relationship in your life and prune the rest. You go faster when you’re in the right company.
  7. 2019 was a whole lot, but God sustained me. The storm didn’t take me away because I got Jesus in my boat. He speaks peace still!

P.S: 2020, is the year of the Lord, I will chase Him harder and my heart will pant deeper. I will continue to live purposefully, pray fervently, slay beautifully, soar mightily high and I’ll do ‘me’ more, unapologetically.

Cheers to a glorious 2020! πŸ₯‚
Keep flourishing! πŸ’‹


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Inspiration || The Secret to Success

I heard Bishop David Oyedepo say ‘The Holy Ghost cannot remind you what He has not taught you.” And I found it to be very true.

We cannot be taught unless we attend His class and we can only attend His class majorly by studying (His words, inspired books in areas of interest).

God is not a magician! There are always two sides of a coin.

For every of God’s instruction, there is always the part of God and your own part.

And without any iota of doubt, God will always keep to His part but what about us?

In your chosen field of endeavor, you cannot succeed unless you take time to study and search out what is needed to succeed and that is your part to play.

All men or women of exploit are the ones who give in to studying.

Daniel was a very great man in Babylon, with a very busy schedule (Prime minister of a state) but he still found time to read and did thorough searching and studying.  He said I, Daniel understood by books. (Dan 9:2)

Paul reminded Timothy to bring along his books (2Tim 4:13). Even in prison, he was still building his mind.

You shouldn’t be surprised he wrote most of the New Testament books.

So what excuse do you have?

Seriously, you cannot grow beyond your level of knowledge.

Studying is not only for students or people in academics. Even in that your small business, when was the last time you read a book on business growth and development? In your career, how many self development books have you read?

The ones you bought, have you read them?

There are people who have gone ahead, from whom we can glean from their knowledge, expertise and experience to be the best at our present level.

Like someone said “The quality of a man’s life is in direct proportion to his commitment to excellence regardless of his chosen field of endeavor.”

It is what you have been taught or what you have read, that you’re reminded of.

No one succeed without paying the sacrifice of putting in some extra time in the place of studying.

If you want to be prosperous and have good success in that your chosen field of endeavor, I think you will do well if you spend some time to study (Joshua 1:8).

I hope you take responsibility for your life. Selah!

Keep Flourishing!


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