When Diligence is tested!

The greatest need of ability is responsibility- Myles Munroe.

Every human being ,came to this earth realm pregnant with potential each one of us have a tremendous capacity to analyze,compare,produce,but the ability is useless until it is programmed and demands are made on it.

I have had series of the moment when I am been called upon to do some things impromptu, such moment was that of my recent travel with the Mr to the Holy land.

Though I was not on the handbill as one of the performing artists,there was an opening that was available,and when the convener of the tour came up to me, I was able to rise to the occasion and I ministered all through the morning sessions save one. On one of the mornings, There was no musical instrument to complement the singing because we had just moved from Nazareth to Jerusalem, the night before.

With no instruments,and almost cracked voice I had to take those morning sessions, For some musicians, that will be a “no’ since there was no backup music or vocals, but I have been trained on how to minister to the audience with or without the basic instruments.

The impact of that was more on my already cracked vocals,that I had to take a day off, but in the end, it paid off.

I learnt through that experience that,

*You should always be prepared, you never know when there will be a demand on your ability.

*Just because you are not in the limelight, does not mean you are not relevant to the cause. Do that little task with the greatness in you.

*Never allow others success hinder you from taking steps forward.

*Someone is watching you who is capable of blessing you.



Pro 22:29

See a man diligent in his work, he shall stand before kings,he shall not stand before mean men.


OBA2016@Thekingsoracle. All rights reserved.




One Comment Add yours

  1. Dehan Taylor says:

    Yep! We should always be prepared for the unexpected and rise to the occasion without fear because we just cannot tell what the outcome might be.
    Wise words, thank you.


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