How can you tell when someone is unfriendly? One who is unfriendly, only seeks his or her own interest.
Avoid the one who is slack at everything he or she does. That person will slow you down and destroy all you have built over the years. Be discerning of those you bring into your team.
The name in which we are all assured of safety is JESUS. There’s no other name that grants safety.
We have two ears and one mouth. This was intentionally done by God for one out of many reasons known and unknown to us: to listen very well before we speak.
Care for your spirit man by feeding on God’s word. When the body is down, weak, and sick, the spirit, robust of God’s Word; will sustain one through that difficult time.
Don’t look down on your gift. Your gift has the ability to bring you before great men and women, if discovered and sharpened overtime.
A gift also can be in substance that can be used as a means of honor. This act of honor also brings you before great men and women.
Never conclude on who is right or wrong, until you dig deep to know the whole truth on all sides.
When it is hard to decide who is eligible to have whatever is contended for, the best action to take is to cast lots or do an unbiased fair election of who should have it.
As it lies in our power, be at peace with all men. Sometimes, it’s harder to resolve a dispute between a close relation than anyone else. But regardless, we must try to resolve all disputes.
What you experience in life can be a product of what you daily speak into your life. Watch what comes out of your mouth pertaining to your destiny.
A woman who comes into a man’s life brings with her favor from the Lord that transcends a man’s life.
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