Success Quotes-High achievers spot rich opportunities swiftly

Success Quotes-High achievers spot rich opportunities swiftly
Success Quotes-High achievers spot rich opportunities swiftly

“There are countless ways of achieving greatness, but any road to
achieving one’s maximum potential must be built on a bedrock of
respect for the individual, a commitment to excellence, and a
rejection of mediocrity.”
Buck Rodgers

“High achievers spot rich opportunities swiftly, make big decisions
quickly and move into action immediately. Follow these principles
and you can make your dreams come true.”
Dr. Robert Schuller
The Almighy God Commands Us To Pray Without Ceasing
Dear family and friends
I woke up with prayer on my mind so let us pray;
A) All in my email list; That the Lord watch over you protect you and that God hears meet each individual concern and need, that he answers your prayers

B) Turmoil due to the weather;
That the Lord Keep his eye on his people and especially those in the path of bad weather Lord protect. Those in draught Lord send the rains

C) My country Kenya/Africa/The US/The world
That Kenya stays close to God and that Kenya stay the cause of justice the Kenya pursue peace with its citizen which is the greatest highway to peace and prosperity. That Africa stays close to God almighty, that she does not lose her ethical qualities
That the US stays close to God That she stays the cause of justice and  pursue peace with its citizen and the world which is the greatest highway to peace and prosperity.
That the world honor God and lives that God made, that useless waste of life will cease and desist That greed for power be replaced by good leadership and  concern for the so many dispossessed and homeless  living in fear
Heavenly father I pray that the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be acceptable unto you Oh my Lord and redeemer.

Manasseh P.Mankuleiyo

Presiding Bishop
Faith Evangelical Free Churches (Kenya)

“Oh To Be His Hand Extended”

Success Quotes-The past does not equal the future

“If you want to succeed in your life, remember this phrase: The
past does not equal the future. Because you failed yesterday; or all
day today; or a moment ago; or for the last six months; the last
sixteen years; or the last fifty years of life, doesn’t mean anything…
All that matters is: What are you going to do, right now?”
Anthony Robbins

Measuring Growth

When a high school student tried using a thermometer to measure a table, his teacher was dumbfounded. In 15 years of teaching, Dave had seen many sad and shocking situations. But even he was amazed that a student could make it to high school without knowing the difference between a ruler and a thermometer.

When a friend told me this story, my heart broke for that student and others like him who have fallen so far behind in their education. They can’t move forward because they haven’t yet learned basic lessons of everyday life.

But then a sobering thought came to me: Don’t we sometimes do the same thing when we use wrong spiritual measuring devices? For example, do we assume that churches with the most resources are the most blessed by God? And do we ever think that popular preachers are more godly than those with few followers?

The proper measure of our spiritual condition is the quality of our lives, which is measured by such attributes as lowliness, gentleness, and longsuffering (Eph. 4:2). “Bearing with one another in love” (v.2) is a good indication that we are moving toward God’s goal for us: “the measure of . . . the fullness of Christ” (v.13).

Our spiritual maturity
Is measured by the quality
Of attributes that others see
Produced in us by Christ. —Sper

Our love for God can be measured by our love for others.

Till we all come to the unity of the faith and . . . to the measure of the stature of the fullness of Christ. —Ephesians 4:13



Success Quotes-High achievers spot rich opportunities swiftly

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