Dearly beloved of God, who and what are you following in church? What you follow determines what and who you become. If you follow pretensions and eye service in God’s presence, you will become a liar, but if you follow the right things, you will become what God has purposed for you to become. God brought you to church to follow righteousness. When you come to church, God gives you a picture to look upon. 

God always gives you an example to follow. There is a living epistle that God wants you to emulate.  Over the years in the Dream Centre, we have modelled righteousness, faith, strength, commitment to God’s assignment and seriousness in the calling. I have always told our church members that when God called me, I had so many other options and opportunities that I left to obey God’s call over my life, and I have seen God’s commitment over the years. 

I have fought and strived to keep this flow pure and unpolluted. I did not leave those opportunities to play buffoonery and to get polluted. We have faced many persecutions and fought battles in our obedience but God has been faithful. We have done all these and God has helped us so that you can have a perfect example to follow. 

Therefore, settle down in church to follow the right things. Follow our faith, follow our strength, follow our simplicity, follow our excellence and follow our commitment to the things of God. The truth is that if you are following right, it won’t be long before frivolities leave your life and things will begin to straighten out for you.


PRAYER: I will follow well and become what God has ordained for me in Jesus’ name. Amen.


BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: 2 Chronicles 8:11-10:19, Romans 8:9-25, Psalm 18:16-36, Proverbs 19:26



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