Live in Integrity. 

What do people think when they hear your name? Do they think, “Oh that person is always so trustworthy and faithful; they always do the right thing.” Or do they think, “Watch out for that person. You never know what they’re going to do.” You might say, “Oh I’m a pretty good person. I do the right thing most of the time.” But understand; it’s the little foxes that spoil the vine.  

You can veer of course just a little bit, and before you know it, you’re miles away from your destination. Don’t allow the little things to keep you from your destiny. Choose integrity—even when no one is looking. For instance, you might need some paper at home, but you shouldn’t take supplies from the office. Or you might be running into a store for just a minute, but don’t park in the handicap parking spot unless you’re supposed to. Sure, you might need a few extra bucks this week, but if the check-out clerk makes a mistake and gives you back too much money, that’s not God’s provision, that’s a test of integrity. If you’ll be faithful and choose integrity in the little things, it will be a great treasure in your life. God will pour out His blessing on you as you honor Him all the days of your life.

Be a People Builder.

God designed us to live in relationship with others. He wants us to help each other grow. None of us will reach our highest potential by ourselves. We need people in our lives to encourage us, and we need to encourage the people in our lives and help them reach their potential. The word “encourage” means to “urge forward.” Many times you can see things in other people that they don’t see themselves. You can see their strengths and talents. You can see that God has a special plan for them even though they may be going through a difficult time. Don’t assume that people see what you see in them. Take a moment and encourage them either with a kind word or a simple note. There might be a special gift you can give that will remind them of their goal or dream. In whatever way you can, urge the people in your life to keep moving forward. If you’ll be a people builder and help others fulfill their dreams, God will help you fulfill your dreams also, and you’ll live in blessing all the days of your life.  

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  • Guest - Nyaopun Aban Aban

    "The philosophy undergirding the Living Wisdom School is that truth does make us free, when it is applied to the depths of our souls". Therefore, one of the objectives is to teach people to understand their own internal processing, from actions and behaviour. general in mankind we are blessed, with two talents when the life throwns you curve, you should two things of being good,and bad of what you desire in life. Every soceities stripe believe they are wise to be wary. Mr. People Builder, will take you and your mind or convention attendees on a journey you won’t want to have missed. He will depart and leave behind a few tools to help you take your life . Thus the battle lines are drawn, perhaps never so markedly in human life. This humble is about our destiny, “To get an idea of the kind of Mr. builder, the changes needs a closer look at the woes". Of its most famous as lofty as that sounds, the humble is about much more, too. Building people is his passion. After he begins talking, you will immediately realize this will not be just another presentation. It will be a life-changing event filled with fun and opportunities to grow. Thanks, Mr. Enoch Daniel Aba. Your article need critical analysis thinking.

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  • Guest - Sabino Diok

    It’s a hard thing to live a life of integrity in our fallen world; even if you are a good person by nature. As Mr. Enoch put it, there are a little foxes that need to be removed from our lives. The big problem is our hearts where the deceitful things come from; therefore, God has found a way for us through his Son Jesus Christ, so that we may live honest, faithful, and committed people. And because of this life within us, we can be able to encourage, build up, and hope something good for others as we do for ourselves. Thanks Enoch for this excellent contribution.

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