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The Words Of My Father

the words of my father

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it was a communion service day, and I was ministering with my Father in the Lord; Apostle Otuekong Archibong, but he noticed the communion table was not properly dressed and the procedures were not adhered to. This got him angry and he responded by saying to me " do you have a sense at all". I managed to put myself together, as well as put things together for the service to proceed effectively. But when I got home, those words hit me again: "do you have a sense at all". I began to evaluate and do an assessment of my life again; do I actually have sense? Am I not a graduate of The University of Benin? Don't I have working experience in the banking industry for over a decade? Some of my friends and family have called me an intelligent person. Then why will my Father in the Lord say such a word to me, or is this a case of Priest Eli and Hannah? Then it dawned on me that in the service of the Lord, there is more to sense than academic and mental sense. And this particular sense is the sense of the Spirit, that births the awareness, understanding, and application of the things of the Spirit. It began to dawn on me the revelation of the scripture that says that the flesh (sensory perceptions) profits nothing, for it is the Spirit that quickens, but the Word is Spirit and Life. The true sense is in the Spirit and is capable of producing and bettering lives and destinies, and this is found in The Word of God....

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The Power Of A Day

the power of a day

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I once heard a man said forget the past, the best days are ahead of you. My cousin; Mr. Osaro Uduebor will always say "better days ahead" I believe the past should be forgotten but not its valuable lessons, and I believe that the best days are in what you are doing today, as today is the future of yesterday, and the mother of tomorrow-the future. There may be truly better days ahead if we can better ourselves and day today, by always giving our best and trying to make the best of everyday and everything before us....

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The Customer King

the customer king

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The word Customer may sound like Consumer, some may view or think they are alike or mean the same thing, and it can be seen as one that is at the receiving end. He maybe seen as the low or end user or loser, that has little or no choice or will, but to accept what ever they are given, or whatever get to them. He maybe seen as the dependent side of the spectrum, and are just parasitic and always needy. The word producer can be also seen as creator, they are the deciding side of the spectrum, and they are the owners of the production systems and processes....

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