What Will You Be Remembered For?

What Will You Be Remembered For?

Bible Reading: Acts.9:36-41

Text: Acts.9:36


Now there was at Joppa a certain disciple named Tabitha, which by interpretation is called Dorcas: this woman was full of good works and almsdeeds which she did.


Your memory is your living and unerased details with people.

There is no one on whether alive or dead that is without an unerased records in the heart of the people they one way or the other have had to relate with. It could be during one event, meeting, family interrelationships, in the office, pastor with the members of the church, teacher with the students, parents with the children, etc. 

Whether you agreed with it or not, people have your records with them. There is some important things about you in the possession of your neighbors. You will be highly surprised of what had been kept in the heart of people about you. 

You are daily under surveilance.

Will you be happy if someone among the people around you is bold enough to confront you of your untailored attitude toward people around you? 
It will be to your credit if your attitude and character towards people is right, even if you are a pastor. This will automatically give you a rest of mind at any points in time.

The Bible analyzes to details the consequences of wrong life and behaviour among men.

There is nothing hidden about you, you are known and tagged for what you are good at.

Dorcas was not the only woman that died on that day and she was not the only but she stood out through her benevolence character even beyond her family line.

Every individual pleaded to God on her behalf and all wanted her alive again because of her acceptable and right relationship with people.
You are known not matter how quiet you are, people are graced to predict your character accurately because your details with them speak of what you are capable of doing.

Will you be comfortable listening to your details and discover your wrong is not covered?

It will be to your own good if you are good.

Let Us Pray.

1. Thank you oh Lord for for healing my weaknesses.

2. Oh Lord God, help me to be more like you.

3. Thank you for answered prayers.


Daily Spiritual Journal.

Abraham Olayiwola

Abraham Olayiwola is a dynamic Pastor host regular Empowerment and faith based seminar, an annual social development project, financial and business seminar where believers are taught the undiluted biblical principles and how it can be applied directly in their situations to produce a desirable and lasting result.

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