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Monday Motivation – Be Responsible For Yourself

As one who writes majorly about pressing life issues and self-improvement, I have had the privilege of people confiding in me for advice on many things.

In the cause of talking to them, one thing I find very common with most of these people is that they have a way of believing that a certain evil force or spiritual being is responsible for their predicament even when it is glaring that what they are going through is as a result of their own mistakes and negligence.

If you have followed me closely on this platform, then you would have observed that one of the things I have always advised people to do is to quit blaming witches, people or circumstances for the outcome of their lives and begin to take responsibility for themselves.

And even now, if there is anything that I Ugoma Johnson could do for you reading this post right now, it would be to open your eyes to the power that resides in you to make the most of your life leveraging on who God has made you through the finished work of Christ at Calvary.

Am I saying there are no witches? No! All I’m saying is focus on who Christ has made you through His death.

The work of a witch is to stay woke at night or whatever time he chooses to carry out his evil work, but your job is to REST IN CHRIST! REST ABEG.

Remember the scripture that says….

“He that dwells in the secret place of the Most High, shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty”. Psalm 91:

Can anyone hold or harm a shadow, talk more of harming that which is under the shadow.

You see, God has given you all that you need and will ever need to live a meaningful life on earth. But I’m afraid you may never get to live life to the fullest if all you do is sit around and play the blame game.

As a believer, you have no business with a spiritual husband, so stop blaming your singlehood on spiritual husband and start working on improving your attitude people.

The challenges you are currently experiencing in business may not be demons coming to attack you, it could just be a result of some wrong business decisions you have made in the past.

That woman your husband is cheating on you with may not have put any love portion in his food, it could be that you have ignorantly nagged your husband into the arm of another woman.

That illness may not be a result of the evil attack, it could just be your body reminding you to pay attention to your diet and hygiene.

Please get that into your head ok.

This post is already getting longer than I thought, but before I finally drop my pen, let me leave you with these words.

No witch is powerful enough to stop you from becoming whom God has made you to be. You can either be your number one with or your number one prophet.

Quit blaming and start being responsible for yourself.

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Monday Motivation – 5 Things To Quit Doing This Ember Months

Quit the blame game: If there is anything that is very common during ember months, it is the fact that people become more agitated.

While some sit down to complain and blame people for all their unaccomplished goals, others look back to the months and thank God for the little accomplishments they have recorded while also working hard to achieve more.

Whatever be the case, whether you have achieved much, little or nothing at all, the truth is that playing the blame game is the most unwise thing to do.

Most people even go as far as putting blames on witches and demons for their failures.

It doesn’t matter who or what you’re blaming, the truth is, the easiest way to restrain yourself from achieving much is to keep blaming.

Quit being irresponsible: One of the biggest mistakes that most people make is to think that the only way one can be irresponsible is to become a drunkard, prostitute etc.

They don’t understand that anyone who constantly passes the buck or stands on the sideline while attributing his/her responsibility to others is equally as irresponsible.

Understand that no one really owes you anything and start taking responsibility for the outcome of your life.

Whatever result you have recorded so far is as a result of the choices you’ve made and the actions you have taken in the past months.

Why should you point accusing fingers on demons for your poverty when it is clear that you are not prudent with the little resources that God has put in your care.

You blame the old woman in your village for your inability to get married even when you know that your attitude towards people is filthy.

Shouldn’t you rather be thinking of how to become more responsible with resources and also work towards improving your attitude?

Be responsible for yourself.

Quit procrastinating: Before you read on, pause for a while and think about those amazing goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the year.

Have you achieved all, have you started working towards achieving them, or you’re still mopping around and dilly-dallying?

If you are waiting for a perfect condition to start, then I’m afraid to tell you that there will never be anything as such. There is no better time to start than now.

Quit moping for too long: Life is configured in such a way that we cannot always have it our way, sometimes things happen to you and you find yourself becoming moody and gloomy, and before you know it, you’re already moping around endlessly without really doing anything meaningful.

Certain things must have come your way in the cause of the year and it can be quite difficult to move on when these things happen, but you should always strive not to remain down for too long. Get up, dust yourself and keep moving.

Quit holding on to the past: holding on to past wrongs and offenses can be quite a future wrecking experience.

There must have been people who wronged you or caused you some havoc, but you must learn to let go.

Negative feelings can be mentally draining, it saps your energy to move on and keeps your mind in a constant state of obscurity; hence you’re not able to think clearly.

Though it may not be easy to do, however, you’ve got to forgive and let go.

In conclusion:

The year is running out and the worst thing you will do to yourself is to become complacent. Get to work and start doing that which is required to move you to your next level.

This ember month should not be a time when you move from one prayer house to the other chasing after demons that does even know you exist.

Let me tell you, the demons are not more powerful in ember month, just as God does not become less powerful. Focus on what God has accomplished for you on the cross through the finished work of Christ.

You have all it takes to achieve your goals, though the year is almost coming to an end, but if you will do all that I have told you today you will be amazed at how much you will achieve.

God bless you.