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  • The recipe for true success- Pst Chris Oyhakilome message to young people
  •  Begin your journey of success now

    [ If you will only let me help you, if you will obey, then i will make u rich! (Isaiah 1:19).....]


     If you're going to be successful in life, you must begin working towards it now, not when you're old. There's a programming required for success, and it should be begin when you're young, You're probably still Schooling at the moment; maybe you're studying to become a lawyer, politician, Surgeon, entrepreneur, engineer, etc. You must understand that being successful in a particular vocation or field doesn't necessarily make you a successful person. There're athletes who set incredible records in sport history, yet they didn't live lives worth emulating. That's NOT true success.

         Genuine success is about fulfilling your God-Given purpose, and being able to help others fulfill their dreams in life. That means you're a success when you're able to make other people successful.


               Schooling is very important, yet schools aren't designed to give you all the necessary information and ingredients you required for total success. That's why I'm using the opportunity of this devotional to show you the recipe for success and inject into you the divine tonic that'll stir you in the direction of Gods plan and purpose for you . As you learn, imbibed and practice the principles contained in God's word, you'll experience the wonderful and tremendous blessings they produce, as you move on in your journey of success.


    EXAMINE YOUR DREAMS TODAY AND SEE IF THEY REFLECT THE LESSON OF THIS ARTICLE.

    [PASTOR CHRIST OYAKHILOME]


         

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