Empowering & Inspiring Quotes
Your thinking does not improve with age but with commitment to reading and learning. You can improve your life by investing to access higher levels of thought.
Seek ways to elevate your thinking through better and quality information. Elevated thinkers are the leaders in every field of endeavor.
Your joy is your access to the Well of Salvation. If you can remain joyful and thankful, you will overcome that challenge. Let nothing steal your joy.
Never allow the expectations of others or society draft you into an unnecessary race. Determine your own race and compete only against your yesterday. Your only relevant race, is the race to know & serve God and to fully manifest your potential. Period!
The principle behind your decisions is far more important than the appearance of your decisions. Be bold and wise!
People fail and struggle in life because of untapped potential
The image you project is far more valuable than your skills. Your image must first be embraced before your skill is demanded. Watch it!
Your only strategy in life is to accept full responsibility for the events of your life.
Submit yourself to be prepared to become the person you were created to be. You can manifest greatness because there is greatness in you.
You are likely to be ruined if you allow sentiments to guide your affairs; only be guided by your principles and you will always find satisfaction and be in safe
When you see your greatness, you are empowered to pursue it.
What you learn is far more valuable than what you earn. Learning is your pathway to greatness.
Only those who ask questions with a learning attitude make advances in life
You are rejecting God without knowing when you no longer have time for a daily and intimate fellowship with Him.
Whoever continuously gives you bread wants to keep you poor but he who gives you Wisdom wants to make you rich.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lftWcNDncnc Dr David Oyedepo, shares the story of his life, his biography, he shares the story of his first church and his reading habits. He explains the value of reading in his