There is no man that is sent to everyone. It is God who determines the calling of His servants, not the people. They did not get into the ministry because you voted them in.
The beginning of the crisis in Saul’s life was because he responded to the pressure mounted upon him by the people in the time of war.
He offered sacrifice, because the people were leaving him; whereas that was the prerogative of the priest. He finished with his costly mistake when the one called to offer sacrifice arrived. God judged him for that. The kingdom will not continue in his house again.
The problems in Nigeria today have caused people to define their role expectation of prominent Christian voices. Even those who should know better have joined the call to these personages to do what God might not have called them for.
If they respond to the popular call, they might end up disappointing Him who called him or worse still, loose their place if they don’t loose their lives.
Every ministry calling is an honour from God and each calling has it bounds. When a man listens to those who did not call him to do what they want, He may not be preparing to meet His maker, unto whom He will definitely render his account.
Christians ministers are not called into their role by the people. Some will never express political opinion because they respect their bounds.
You may be angry with Him, but you will not answer for him on that day.
It is not everyone that has business with what you want of them.
Stop Talking, Do The Right Thing!
What drives the nation forward is not the type of activism that makes juveniles to destroy our inadequate facilities because they want more.
It is more pathetic when adults are engaging in such fights.
You saw God helping a bread seller yesterday when she photo bombed a photo shoot. You woke up today to deride the same because you see something else that should be done.
If every noise maker had risen to do something little for the record breaking Daniel Dada Ayodele, his story will get better by the day.
TY Bello took a little step to help Olajumoke before those corporate entities built on it. Now somebody is insulting the nation for the fortune of Olajumoke and complaining that none has come to give support or recognition to DANIEL Ayodele.
If SOMEBODY will decide to do SOMETHING about this case that ANYONE can do SOMETHING about without complaining about the OTHER PERSON who is not doing ANYTHING about it, we all would have moved beyond where we were yesterday.
A nation moves forward when everyone is thinking about what little thing can be done to add value to others and not complaining that your neighbour has not done what you PERSONALLY haven’t done.
A little cheque from every activist to Mr Daniel Ayodele can give a boost to the young man’s dream.
Who knows if you are the TY Bello that the young man needs before he will be considered by others.
Let us stop complaining about what we are not willing to do something about.