Look at men like Myles Monroe how they rose to the limelight.
Dr Myles was a dullard when he was growing up, but he never allowed his deficiency to abort the inherent potentials that God put inside of him..He strived to develope his intellect in order to be relevant in his generation. Today Dr Myles is a success story, a man that pursued his dream until he saw it came to pass.
See Dr Ben Carson how he became a force to reckoned with… The best Neurosurgeon in the world. As delicate as the human brain, he separated Siemens twins that was joined in the brain. Ben Carson has journeyed from troubled youth to
gifted neurosurgeon, known for his work separating
conjoined twins. … As a doctor , he became the
Director of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Johns
Hopkins … Ben Carson did not rise to the place of relevance incidentally, he worked at it.
What about Abraham Lincoln how he rose to prominence, he failed several times, but he refused to cleave to his failure, he forged ahead and became the 16th American president.
What about Martin Luther king that had a dream that one day racism will be over, he pursued that dream by written quotes that counter every ideology that promote racism. He lived for what he believed.
What about Martin Luther the reformer, who had an encounter with the word in the bible ” the just shall live by faith” this word shaped the mindset of Martin Luther and that caused a revolution that extinguished the darkness in his heart. After his encounter with God”s word, he wrote 99 thesis that was to put the Catholic Church into proper shape.
What about Charles Wesley and John Wesley who shaped the methodist Church, and provokes an awakening that lasted a century, even after his exit from the earth, the awakening lasted.
John Wesley was an Anglican and theologian who, with his brother
Charles Wesley and fellow cleric George Whitefield ,
is credited with the foundation of the evangelical
movement known as Methodism . His work and
writings also played a leading role in the
development of the Holiness movement and
John Wesley is known for two things: co-founding
Methodism and his tremendous work ethic.
In the 1700s, when land travel was by walking,
horseback or carriage, Wesley logged more than
4,000 miles a year. During his lifetime he preached
about 40,000 sermons.
Wesley could give today’s experts lessons in
efficiency. He was a natural organizer and
approached everything diligently, especially religion.
It was at Oxford University in England that he and his
brother Charles participated in a Christian club in
such an orderly manner that critics called them
methodists, a title which they gladly embraced.
The list goes on about great people and how they rose to the limelights.
I challenge you today to prepare, have a dream, pay the price for your greatness today.
To live on this earth unnoticed, it’s an abuse to creation.