Glorious God, Beautiful King, Excellent God I bow before Thy Throne…x2 We bow before Thy Throne… we worship at Your feet, we bow before Thy Throne… You are a Glorious God…x2// Thank You Lord… Thank You for everything You have done…

Our Father we Thank You, we blessed Your Name, we worship and exalt Your Holy Name… we magnify You, and worship… receive our praises O Lord! Receive all honour be Thou exalted O! God forever and ever Amen!!!

Thank You for the gift of this week…O God… Thank You for manifesting Yourself strong on our behalf, Glory be to Your Holy Name forever and ever Amen!!! Excellent Messiah… Thank You… Immortal Redeemer Thank You Excellent Messiah… Thank You… Immortal Redeemer Thank You again and again in Jesus Name… Amen!!!

What an awesome week… If you are a believer… shout Jesus is Lord!!!! Yes… He is our Redeemer, Our Deliverer, Our Provider… Our Helper, He is everything to us let somebody shout alleluia!!! Who will not serve a God like our God…

Let’s celebrate Jesus…. Our Father is indeed… a Good God….Amen! Surely the Lord will walk in our favour and our celebration  begins now in Jesus Name !!!

Beloveth, did you enjoy this week series of teachings… were they blessing to you?… Jesus said “His Word is life and they are Spirit”… (Jn.6:63).

So whenever you encounter the Word of God, beloveth… there shall be a transformation… It will not leave you the way it meets you… It illuminates you and you will manifest His glory … Praise the Name of the Lord….

Is another PCL, another opportunity to look into God’s Word and apply it our self, situation, and learn from people around us…

Today we will be considering a topic “Some Guys Are Just Lucky.”

You might have come across this saying in one way or the other but the question is “Is it entirely true?… Are some guys lucky while some others are not?

Join me as we read up what we have below, it will help us to either agree or disagree with the “Statement.”

Some Guys Are Just Lucky

“Some guys are just lucky, I guess.”

Not according to Solomon:

He whose walk is blameless is kept safe, but he whose ways are perverse will suddenly fall.” (Proverbs 28:18).

Bill is a sincere, and plodding hard worker, who in his school days never made an athletic team or served on student government. Today, he heads the second largest accounting firm in town and is known for his integrity and godliness.

Richard exploded onto the business scene some years ago, highly leveraging other people’s money in the volatile property development business. “It’s God’s blessing,” I was informed. Today, he faces 42 lawsuits, the bank has foreclosed on his upscale estate, and he and his wife split a duplex with relatives.

He who works his land will have abundant food, but the one who chases fantasies will have his fill of poverty.” (Proverbs 28:19)

Dan is a high school graduate, who met Christ while in the military. Upon discharge, he went to work as a farm hand for a widowed woman. After years of diligent service, the lady bequeathed her sizable holdings to Dan. Over these many years he and his wife have substantially impacted scores of students for Christ at a nearby private university for the rich and famous, while faithfully tilling their land.

Gene inherited a sizable business from his father, and within a decade managed to reduce it to red ink. Recently over lunch, he excitedly spoke of an enterprise half way around the world that would soon make him rich. “It is God’s will,” he disclosed to me. Meanwhile, his wife struggles to feed and clothe their children.

A faithful man will be richly blessed, but one eager to get rich will not go unpunished.” (Proverbs 28:20)

Sheldon grew up in foster homes, too poor to attend college. At age 21 he met Christ and taught himself the machine repair business. Successful in business, Sheldon and his wife choose to live on a portion of his income, giving the remainder to missions. On the side, he raises millions for the Gospel.

Forrest is actively involved in his church, while chronically struggling to meet his financial obligations. Every bit the executive — if appearances were the determinant — Forrest maintains a posh office, waiting for “The Break”. Meanwhile he declines employment opportunities that offer modest, but steady income.

QUESTION: In dealing with our own, or others’ rationalizations, are we willing to get down to gut issues, calling a spade a spade? If not, what do you think are the long term consequences?

Beloveth like I use to say… am always excited about today… It is one of my favorite time here… Just because it enables me to see the application of God’s Word in my live… and I guess the same is applicable to you too….

No one is lucky as the devil always made us to believe …meaning that some people are unlucky… The benefit of hard work can never be over emphasizes… some people hide under prayer to lazy about…. I strongly oppose that … because I know that I have unlocked so many mysteries in the place of prayer….

However… while you pray make sure that your hands are strong in what you do… so that you will bring reproach to God’s work… Amen!

Next time the devil breath this word around you, be quick to remind him that it is not written…rather what is written in Prov 28:19- “Says he work His land will have abundant of food but he who chases fantasies will have his fill of poverty”…. And so long as you labour in knowledge, the Lord will bless the works of your hand and it will yield abundant and he will flee from you…

Have pleasant weekend… see you Monday by God’s grace… Amen!!!

Further Reading- 2Cor.3:17, 2Cor.1:5, 1Cor.1:5-9, Ps.119:76, 2Cor.13:11, Jas.5:16.

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.