WALKING ON YOUR OWN PATH, NOT SWERVING

“I have a course to defend. The one thing my heart has found, I  will defend it with my life”– Abaire Olawale

God desires the best from us, as touching what we are to do with what we have. Moreover, He is aware of our individual unique abilities, therefore, He want us to use those abilities to give Him the best result in whatsoever He commits in our hands to do or whatsoever our hand finds to do.

You don’t need to do many things very well to live a fulfilled life.One thing is needful and that, do to the best of your ability. Identify it and give your best to it. The bible described certain people and the bible liken them to be mighty men;

“… Every one marches in formation, And they do not break ranks.They do not push one another;Every one marches in his OWN COLUMN.” Joel 2:7-8(NKJV)

Therefore, every man should live his life in the reality of his individual destiny, not comparing himself with others. I will like to say that it is unwise to compare yourself with another man. You are unique when you stand in YOUR OWN COLUMN.

The man with the five talent shouldn’t see himself as superior to the man with one. God gives talents based on individual personal ability. However, it is not the amount He gives to us that matters to Him but what we do with what He gives to us. Discover yours and make the best use of it. 

You don’t have to get engaged in many things in life to be productive. That one thing your hands finds to do, do it well, with the whole of your heart. Develop it. Be a master in it. Invest in it and go ahead to deploy it effectively.

© ABAIRE OLAWALE

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