There’re some people you Will meet they will contribute to your downfall. While there are some people you will meet, they will contribute to your growth, how does it sound to you? But there are some things that I will NEVER allow to stay in my house! I have friends who have a rather frightening pet… They hold it. They play with it. They enjoy keeping such a pet in their home. I think I would rather move out and let their pet have the house than to have to share my home with a snake! Once I said to my friends, “Why don’t you get a nice, furry dog or a colourful bird that sings? Why do you want to keep something so frightening?” My friends don’t understand this.

They are quite comfortable with the way they are living Brethren, God tells us in 2Timothy 2:21-22 how to have a “great house” (He is speaking of our lives). He says that if we would remove the weaker, worthless things from our lives, we would have a “great house” in His sight. We would be useful to Him, and we would be able to do good things. But in a great house there are not only vessels of gold and of silver, but also of wood and of earth; and some to honour, and some to dishonour. If a man therefore purges himself from these, he shall be a vessel unto honour, sanctified, and meet for the master’s use, and prepared unto every good work.

There are people who are not traveling in life and they don’t want to travel. Keeping them as your friends is converting yourself into stagnation. Because you are not far from the king of friends you keep or the environment you are, according to ethics. To be sincere with you, Stupid religion makes stupid beliefs, stupid leaders make stupid rules, stupid environment makes stupid health, stupid companions makes stupid behaviour, stupid movies makes stupid acts, stupid food makes stupid skin, stupid bed makes stupid sleep, stupid ideas makes stupid decisions, stupid clothes makes stupid appearance. Let’s get rid of stupidity from our stupid short lives. To be of good quality, you have to excuse yourself from the presence of shallow and callow minded individuals, Encourage yourself, believe in yourself, and love yourself. Never doubt who you are or believe what haters are referring you as, that is their assignment against you.

Life presents you with choices, the choice you make determine your outcome in life, No one will take better care of your dream than you, Your dream was given to you. If someone else can’t see it for you, that is fine, it was given to you and not them. It’s your dream and you are the only one capable of doing what you are created to do, no one else! Life have no meaning until you become motivated, set goals and charge after them with deadline, Successful people make unwavering commitment to overcome every fear which might serve as an obstacle in their lives and prevent them from achieving their goals.

With a powerful desire, with a strong determination, and with a commitment to yourself, you can find ways to achieve your goals, and overcome challenges, Other people’s opinion of you does not have to become your reality. Most people fail in life because they can’t make their own decision and stand on it according to the passion of their heart, It just means you have to play the cards you get to their maximum potential, you can do it, better is the enemy of best, The things you want are always possible, The only real obstacle in your path to a fulfilling life is you, and that can be a considerable obstacle because you carry the baggage of insecurities and past experience. Accept responsibility for your life. Know that it is you who will get you where you want to go, no one else. I charge you to start now.

THIS FAITHFUL STORY Will remind you what you have forgotten…
In the book Second Calling, Dale Bourke writes that year ago, she attended a conference. When it was over, her friend Bruce offered her ride to the airport. As they were about to leave, another man asked if he could join them. As they drove away from the hotel, she and Bruce asked the man where he worked, and he mentioned a Christian organization. Bruce said, “I have fond memories of that group, because I attended a retreat of theirs one time, and that’s where I became a Christian. It was in 1972 in New Hampshire.”

Bruce went on to explain that eventually his whole family became Christians and went into Christian work. His sister was a Wycliffe missionary and Bruce himself became publisher of a major Christian publishing house, which brought many significant Christian books to the public. Bruce finished the story with a flourish saying that the retreat had had worldwide impact when you think about it. The man was silent. Dale and Bruce though that maybe they were boring him. Then the stranger quietly said, “I led that retreat. It was my first time as a conference leader, and I felt like a total failure. Until this moment, I have always believed it was one of the biggest failures of my life.”

Dale Bourke wrote, “What had seemed like the simple act of offering a ride to a stranger had turned into a powerful reminder that God uses our efforts whether we realize it or not. I may spend the rest of my life doing things that don’t seem at all successful. Yet only God knows the purpose. I am called simply to be faithful.

Right now, you may feel like a failure in what you’re doing. Just be faithful. It’s not your job to figure out if what you do (or what you did in the past) matters. That’s the work of the Spirit. Your job is to do your part. Doing what we are called to do is the point without letting anyone to take it from you.

Fly unlimited


  1. Wow–that closing story is powerful! Thank you for the reminder to press on and trust God for the outcomes. Thank you also for becoming a follower of my blog, From the Inside Out. I pray you’ll find the posts meaningful whenever you’re able to visit!


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