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Motivational Tips on Listening

1. “Listening is one great way of showing respect” – Instead of being unruly, listening perfectly portrays the sincerest of respect.
2. “Making listening a habit will you good than with speaking words” – It’s when people listen that they truly become wiser.
3. “The people who are likely to have many friends and companions are those who excel at listening” – If you often hearout what people have in their minds, you are likely to win them asyour lifelong friends.
4. “Success can be gained by talking but listening offers far better, excellence” – Great individuals are shaped and honed with the abilityto listen to others.
5. “Listening can let us be shaped into far better individuals” – No leader in the history of mankind have had not listened to someone in his lifetime.
6. “The finest literature in the world was given birth by language and language by listening” – Even Shakespeare had to spendsome time soaking in ideas from individuals that surrounded him.
7. “Rel…

Approaching the Ballot

We have come to a time when the fate/future of our Dear nation Nigeria will be decided by us. I have heard so many people talked about the forth coming election and how they want to vote. It pains my heart that many of us wants to vote with ignorance and because of certain things like money, name, party, etc. In this article, I will be showing you the biblical pattern for voting rightly.

No fewer than 30 presidential candidates for the 2019 general elections have emerged. The question is who is the right man for this job? Different Pastors have been prophesying the right man but do you think they are right? Personally God hasn’t told me anything about the right man but he gave me direction to vote which am about to share. Irrespective of your tribe, religion, ethnicity and culture, apply these directions and vote wisely. These directions are extracted from the Bible.
1 Timothy 2:1-2
“First of all, then, I urge that supplications, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be made for all …

How to Pursue God's Kingdom Agenda- Part 3

As I come to a conclusion of this great life changing article, I want to quickly summarize the Chapter one and Chapter two of how to pursue God’s Kingdom Agenda. In Chapter one, I clearly illustrated how to pursue the Kingdom Agenda using Solomon as a perfect example in 1 Kings 3. I will not be repeating Solomon's story on how he pursued The Kingdom Agenda but would like to point few keys on which you can also do to get God’s heart.
Yes Solomon came from an Adulterous home, a home where immorality was the order of the day but still yet, He got God's heart and His Hand. The Question here is How? We all know that sinners don’t have access to  God's glory and are limited to the Mighty Power of God. But guess what, Solomon understood what his father David does to please God. I am talking about how David tapped into the Kingdom Principles. So Solomon observed and copied his father, he minded his business and worshiped God. Now Solomon was building the Temple of God as instructed…

How to Pursue God's Kingdom Agenda-Part 2

In my last article on how to pursue God's kingdom agenda part 1, I used Solomon as a key study and I showed you how he pursued Gods kingdom Agenda with all his heart and how God blessed him beyond measure. In this article, I will start with Matthew 6:33 “But seek ye first the Kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.
In the rat race, the mindset is always that we will do whatever it takes to drink, eat, wear clothes, buy a car, build a house, buy all that is buyable, holiday in different cities in the world, and put some money in the bank. That is how the world functions. But the scriptures says, “for your heavenly father knoweth that ye have need of all these things” Matthew 6:32.
Get your priorities straight. Rearrange your priorities, and put what really matters first. Seek to do the kingdom’s agenda. That is what it means to “seek ye first the kingdom of God” Matthew 6:33. Ask yourself; thi…

How To Pursue God's Kingdom Agenda

I’m starting a series on How to pursue God’s Agenda. All you need do is to follow me and when you do,  surely you will find this awesome for yourself, family, ministry and destiny.
In this Part, I’ll be taking this from Matthew 6:25 “Therefore I say unto you, take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what you shall drink nor yet for your body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body than raiment?”

God says you belong to His Kingdom and everything you have belongs to Him. It is His initiative and not yours. As a believer, you have to model the kingdom in your day-day activities because you are an ambassador, Heaven’s representative, and an Extension of GOD. There is no way the world can model GOD’S will because unbelievers can’t see how it functions.
Solomon tapped into the Kingdom’s Principles. Solomon minded his business and worshiped God. He tapped into what Jesus was saying, as described in Matthew 6; there is no need to think of what you will eat…

How To Prepare A Sermon

There is no intention in this chapter of presenting an elaborate treatise on homiletics. It simply aims to give practical suggestions for the preparation of sermons that will win souls for Christ and edify believers. This practical ways are gotten from my own self experience.


A great many neglect to do that, and when they get through preaching they do not know what they have been talking about, neither does the audience. Never get up to speak without having something definite in your mind to speak about. There may be exceptions to that rule. There are times when one is called on suddenly to speak, and one has a right then to look to God for subject matter and manner of address. There are other times when one has made full preparation, but it becomes evident when he is about to speak that he must take up some other line of truth. In such a case also, one must depend upon God. But under ordinary circumstances, one should either have something definite i…