You Cannot Exhaust God’s Mercy – Go for His Mercy. May the mercy of God avail for you and yours…
This is not the time to sit on your ideas waiting for elusive opportunities; this is the time to launch out. This is the time to make your move. If you are a career woman, this is the time to bring all your skills, effort and attributes to bear. This is the time to seek out credible women who are proving themselves out there, for mentorship. And if you have been privileged to run ahead, then this is the time to reach behind you and lend a hand to inspiring young women who need guidance. You are here now, with what you know and what you have, for such a time as this. Carpe diem!
In spite of the stress, the distress, the trouble, and the sorrow of heart, You will finish well in the Name of Jesus! #YouwillFinishWell #MondayMotivation #TaiwoOdukoyaMinistries Check out other inspiring audiovisuals of Pastor Taiwo Odukoya here https://bit.ly/TOMVideos
Excellence brings favour; it brings promotion. When you stand out, people will look for you. Daniel did not beg for recognition. The Bible says when the king was troubled, and there was no one that had the solution to his problem, the queen remembered Daniel and made mention of him to the king.
It doesn’t matter where you have failed in the past or what obstacles you will confront, God will come through for you. His active involvement in your affairs will produce tangible outcomes. This might sound mysterious to some and far-fetched for others, but God will empower you to actualize all you have set your hearts to, as they conform with His will.
Every New Year brings with it a general expectation of something new; something better. We come into each New Year expecting significant improvements and changes in our marriages, in the lives of our children, in our business, and careers. Also, we come into the New Year with renewed commitments to effect changes in our character. This is why we set goals and make resolutions.
Appreciation inspires a sense of worth and motivates people to do more. As Gary Henry said, “Expressing appreciation is like grease on the gears of a machine…it makes others do their work much better!” And true appreciation for others often eliminates destructive criticism, gossip and divisiveness.