Tuesday Chapel Service- 17/3/2015
Bishop David Oyedepo
There is always a trade secret behind every notable breakthrough in life, Job 29: 4. There is nothing great that is not backed by secret, Deuteronomy 29:29. There are secrets, but there is the secret of God. Until God’s secrets are revealed, we cannot access the treasures they carry. The secret of God is embedded in His book. The secret of a man is in his story. When we access the secret of God, it brings out the star in us. All the secrets of this life are in the Bible, Acts 5:20. The secret of total health, prosperity, peaceful marriage, etc., are in the Bible, 2Peter 1:3.
What differentiates one believer from other is the access into the secret, Gen 13: 14-15. Our insight determines our limit. It is what God shows you that makes you a show to your world, Ecclesiastes 5:10. There is no ordinary job, career or vocation. It is man’s ordinary approach that makes it ordinary. Knowing where you are going is simple but knowing how to get there is another task, Ecclesiastes 10:16. It takes high level of discipline for anyone to be distinguished in life.
What is Discipline?
Discipline is operating as demanded and not as convenient. Giving your assignment all it takes to deliver it, Daniel 1:8. Outstanding success is a product of high-level discipline, 1Corinthians 10:23, 1Corinthians 9:24-26. It takes self-discipline to maintain dignity. It takes discipline to go up and stay up. Discipline is the ladder of destiny. The requirements of discipline include:
Prompt Attendance of lecture.
Highly structured study life. Self-discipline is living under the law made for you by yourself. Nothing goes up on its own.
A choice of responsible association.
Compliance with rules and regulations designed to enhanced your value, 1Samuel 15:21, Romans 13:1.
The capital index of discipline is high level of time management, Ephesians 5:16. Your life is not worth any more than your personal investment in knowledge. Success is always at a price.Download file : 17-03-2015