HOW MASTERS ARE MADE
Masters emerges from service.
It is not a position or title to desire or struggle for.
It is heart of service that qualifies the head for a crown.
Jesus became master by rendering selfless service.
He made Himself of no reputation to earn His position of honour.
Moses served His way to become a god to Pharaoh and led the exodus.
He also served to lead 3 million people out of the house of bondage to the verge of the promise land.
Daniel served His way to becoming head of magicians, wise men of Babylon, astrologers and soothsayers.
Servants today and masters in the making.
You too can serve your way to the top.
ALLOW COMPETITION! | Today: 2017-01-23
…I run that I man win…
1 Corinthians 9:26
Healthy competition is good.
It allows room for variety of events.
Healthy competition makes room for diversities.
It is also the breeding environment for improvement and excellence.
After all, competition is not devilish if it is engaged healthily.
Without it the system remains dull and creativity becomes nonexistent. Without it life will loose its excitement.
Creativity allows room for options instead of regimentation of approach to issues.
The moment you’re aware that options and alternatives exist over what you’re doing, you are been compelled to put in your best and to become your best.
Above all, life is a race. Paul said, I run that I may win. (1 Corinthians. 9:26.)
And it is clear that you can’t run to win except you carry a competitive mentality.
In essence, all human beings are born to compete.
What makes it healthy is the fact that you are not grieved or offended at your neighbour’s advancement. Rather you focus on how to improve yourself in your God-ordained endeavours.
So, if you must win then you must compete!