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  1. Keziah Gankon

    Lord Jesus Christ, I thank you for my strength. Make me a better person each day.amen

  2. Emeka Fred -Hilary Kanebi

    Apparently it also takes spiritual maturity to avoid abuse of power.

    Ahab was clearly juvenile and even as a adult King man, weirdly immature to grumble over rejection in a bid to covet.

    Jezebel’s act clearly delineates her poor character as queen and King Ahab’s evident weakness.

    Together, they were a destructive couple.

    Power requires maturity and servant leadership in its execution.

    #servantleader #power #couple

  3. Sam Achema

    Samson failed to personally seek God for himself unlike his parents. He also rejected the advice and instructions of those whom God revealed his purpose to before he was conceived.
    It is in the place of seeking and obeying God daily that my gift and talents will find the right usefulness in fulfilling His purpose.

  4. Felix Buchi Okonkwo

    Great power begets great responsibility.
    It takes abiding spirit of God through to hold through to this meaningfull and impactful teaching.
    For us, most people power means authority to stampede the underdogs, power means to disobey the tenets of Christ Christianity and when that happens, the tendency to allow pomposity destroy controlled godly reasoning departs.
    Great teaching from the Man, Pastor Wale Afelumo. Love you.

  5. Onakpa ogbadu micheal

    Help me Lord not to abuse your privilege and power but that in should use it to serve you till the end of time.

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