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Drenched – UNKNOWN 3

I made it in early that morning. I had everything planned the day before, down to my outfit, just to make sure there was no reason to be late. I really wanted to have that full hour to myself before jumping into the bustle of the day. Having the luxury of many good spots, I chose one that gave me the advantage of observing all that was going on in the parking lot without being seen by others.
Minutes into my quiet time, I was interrupted by some noise on the roof of my vehicle. It had begun to rain and it wasn’t the ‘hello, if you don’t mind, let me water the earth a little’ kind of rain. It was the ‘I’m invincible, strong and sovereign and I’m going to give you a taste of how much water my clouds can hold’ kind. I mean, it poured. I refused to be bothered. I knew I would get into the building somehow without getting drenched. The rain would probably subside by the time I had to go in, I hoped.
Soon enough, I observed that the guards on duty were taking umbrellas to people who indicated they needed help. How nice. More and more people arrived. Then I noticed that some people parked their cars, got out immediately, and ran in the rain until they got into the building. I can imagine they spent sometime under the driers before settling in to work. Quite interesting. If only they had spent a few minutes looking around, they would have realized that help was available; that there was provision already for their need. Hmn… They probably acted on their worst assumption.
Reminds me of a scripture that says ‘my people perish for lack of knowledge’. You see, our Heavenly Father has made provision for the challenges we’ll face, the mysteries we’ll have to unravel, and problems we’ll have to solve. He even ordered his angels to guard us wherever we go. If you stumble, they’ll catch you; their job is to keep you from falling. You’ll walk unharmed among lions and snakes, and kick young lions and serpents from the path. Imagine that. But if you don’t know, you’ll walk on in defeat battered on every side like a ship on a stormy sea.
Don’t let the issues of life drench you. Reach out to your Father today. Holla HELP! He’ll come to your rescue.
Happy Fathers‘ Day.
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Answer the questions – UNKNOWN 2

I remember how relieved I was when this year rolled in. I felt like the past year was a cage that I got out of just before it closed in on me.  The new year held such hope and promise with new dreams and ambitions brewing in my mind. It’s interesting how time goes by and we find some of those dreams slipping from our grasp into the realms of improbability.
Just in case you find yourself worrying about the future and fearful that those goals you set at the beginning of the year will not be achieved… Yes, if it looks like things are just not falling in place to enable you get to your desired destination, know this: This is not the time to throw in the towel or give up on your dreams. Rather, it’s time to press in again and push to have your desires fulfilled.
Yes. Your desires can be fulfilled. All things are possible to him who believes. While you wait on the forces of the universe to smile on you, you have the chance to do your part. Find out about that future – investigate, consider, ask questions, pray, plan, strategize, and network. Do all you can to ensure you are prepared for the opportunities that will come your way.
Think Possibilities. Write the plan and lay it all out in your journal. It may seem beyond your current means but go ahead and get ready. Start small if capital is hard to come by, or run with a segment of the plan in the interim and plug in the other aspects when the sponsors/investors show up. You could modularize your dreams and accomplish them in phases. Better to accomplish small milestones and have some successes to share than to sit around waiting for one big bang.
Fear will continue to thrive when we leave those questions unanswered. Begin today to address those unknowns by arming yourself with sound knowledge that will enable you make the right decisions and eliminate fear. One step at a time; one day at a time. You’ll get there. Just don’t give up. There’s hope.

Do not worry – UNKNOWN 1

Have you ever been in a situation where you were going to experience a major change? Can you recall the feelings and emotions you had to deal with? You know sometimes you find yourself awake at night, unusually unable to sleep, because although your body needs to rest, your mind goes into overdrive trying to figure things out and make sense of the unknown. You find yourself unconsciously doing what we know to do best – WORRY!

Well here are a few things to keep in mind that’ll enable you go to sleep. First of all, you did not bring yourself into existence. Every wise manufacturer has a plan for his product and your Creator isn’t any different. He is watching over you to ensure that His plan is fulfilled in your life and He has the power to make it happen so DO NOT WORRY!

Just in case you’re wondering where His plan will lead, find peace in knowing that He intends to make you prosper and means you no harm. He plans to give you hope and a good future. Your role is to trust in Him with all your heart and submit to Him in all your ways. Then He will direct your path. Don’t try to figure everything out on your own. Help is available.

Now for those worries, here’s what to do with them. Capture each one and use them as bullet points as you engage the Creator for direction. Let Him show you what to do about them and give you complete peace as you make your transition.

Relax. You’re in the best hands.

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One thing I’m grateful for is the friends I’ve had. From my childhood till now, I’ve been blessed with good company, good influence, good inspiration, motivators, challengers, encouragers, counsellors, comforters and helpers in the form of friends. My journey wouldn’t have been as pleasant without my friends.
I believe I was a good friend too. Friendship isn’t a one way street. You take and you give, and the trade goes on. It’s easy to see why it begins to fall apart when one party begins to refrain from giving or when distance, busy schedules, and other complexities interfere with the exchange.
Now the world is a global village, and thanks to technological advancements, we can keep in touch with friends far and near. It comes down to our willingness to make the effort to reconnect, and strengthen those beneficial bonds. As they say, no man is an island, so you may find this well worth the effort.
Where are your friends?

Self Check

What happens to drivers who are in too much of a hurry to stop and refuel their vehicles? How about cyclers who are bent on getting to the finish line first so they refuse to slow down to collect vital supplies along the way? Ever imagined what the outcome would be if someone wanted to get to point B, a place they’ve never been before, but they’re unwilling to slow down to consult a map?
On this journey of life, it’s easy to run full speed ahead to ensure you accomplish all you’ve determined to accomplish. Sometimes you find yourself going so fast that you don’t even notice important things happening around you. You find yourself managing issues that you could have easily resolved, and soon enough you begin to trip on pieces of your life that have fallen apart in your rush. But are you going to go on like this?
It is unwise to live life without introducing breaks, rests, time outs, and so on. Even nature has its sequence to enable rest and evaluation.
Take time out every now and then and have a good look at your life. How’s it going? What aspects are you pleased with? What areas need improvement? What adjustments should you make? What strategies do you need to change completely? These reviews will help you better position yourself to maximize your resources.
Take at least one hour every month to reflect on your life. You’ll be amazed at the difference this simple activity will make.

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