Initiators of Change Ministries

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Born For Exploits … Tap into It

What is Exploit? Exploit means a notable deed or feat. You are destined to do remarkable things on earth. Nothing is beyond your strength or scope of knowledge in this realm of life. You are bigger than your world no matter your present condition. In 2 Kings Chapter 7, it took four lepers to save a whole nation from severe famine. I have grown through life to believe that there are no mistakes with all of God’s creation. Nature without the interference of man is hundred percent perfect. In Genesis chapter 1 verse 31, the Bible says “And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it was very good” Everything God created was very good. Have you ever felt like you were a mistake because nothing good seems to come your way? Have your parent or teachers told you that you are good for nothing? I want you to know that you are not a mistake. You are a part of God’s master plan in bringing glory and beauty to this planet earth. Don’t let the world determine your worth. You carry hidden abilities on your inside which your world cannot see. If I pick up a seed and ask, “What am I holding in my hand?” What will be your answer? Your answer will most probably be a seed. That is not the real truth. It is a fact but the real truth is a forest. Why? Inside that seed is a hidden tree with seeds and inside those hidden seeds are hidden trees with seeds. The cycle goes on. You are not ordinary. You carry on your inside vast wealth of hidden treasures which the eyes of physical men cannot see. When God looks at you, He sees things beyond your physical structure and abilities. The Bible says,

“But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty;” 1 Corinthians 1:27

“To whom coming, as unto a living stone, disallowed indeed of men, but chosen of God, and precious,” 1 Peter 2:4

God sees differently from the way man sees. No wonder He (God) came to a frightened young man named Gideon and called him mighty man of valour (Judges 6:12). Think of it, a coward been called a mighty man of valour by the Angel of the Lord? This is wonderful. In a young shepherd boy, who was taken care of his father’s sheep’s in the wilderness, God saw kingship. No one in David’s family saw the seed of kingship in him. They only saw him as the little but troublesome one as a result ruled him out when the prophet Samuel asked for all of Jesse’s sons (1 Samuel 16:11, 1 Samuel 17:28). When God chooses a man, people’s opinions cannot change His (God) mind towards that man. Stop feeding your strength with people’s opinions. Feed your strength with the word of God and you will be energized unto the path of exploits. Hallelujah!!!