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Soaring to higher heights - Part 2 - Excel as youth

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Yesterday we talked about two important qualities which were; living life to the full and defining your limits. we dedicate time to speak to the young people because we know youthfulness as king Solomon Said is vanity, it is for a season. Even the grand dads and mums whom we see today were once young. There is a tendancy for some youngster to think that they will always be young, they fail to know that they were born as little todlers, went to Nursery school, Primary and secondary school and so on. This means they too have grown and are growing old. We advise the young people to seize every available opportunity. Once an opportunity is grabbed, then maximize the benefit from it might not return again. It could a job, if you loose it you might never get the same position, it might be a study opportunity: once you lose it you might study when you are older, it could be a relationship: once you are wounded you might never fear trusting some else again and so on. Do not waste your life when you could be serving God, but make good use of every opportunity. Do not fail to fan up your gift and talent now when you are young, tomorrow might be too late. We have good examples of people who valiantly did well in their youthful days. They lived their lives to the full and grew old without regrets. Think of people like Joseph who said no to sexual intoxication with a general's wife. It was a good opportunity for him to sin but he said no. Later Joseph despite being imprisoned he got promoted to the palace. He did not allow himself to loose his commitment to God because of what the egyptian was present. It is time to say no to the offers from Egypt which potentially can sabortage our call of God in life. Did you know that Daniel was highly educated with all the learning of science and literature? He could not serve the king being ignorant. Therefore occupy your position, and getting grounded for life is not a reharsal.

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