Know what and whom you are following. What and whom you follow in life will determine your destination in life. God’s pattern for us as believers is to show us who to follow. However, many people have followed the wrong things and wrong people in life. I don’t want you to fall into that trap. 

Whether you like it or not, you are consciously or unconsciously following someone or something. Beloved, don’t leave what and who you are following to chance. Take note and take stock of what and whom you are following because this will help you to be more in control of your life.

God has placed people and things in your life for you to follow. Jesus told His disciples to follow Him, and they followed Him and became fishers of men. Your destiny is predictable if you show me what you are following. Where you are now in life and destiny is because of who you have followed till now. If you don’t like it then correct your followership. 

There were some people that God brought to me some years back so that they could follow me, however, they followed other things, some followed wrongly, and now they are not fit for the destiny God is taking us to because they followed the wrong things.

These are things to follow if God brought you to us in the Dream Centre:

·         Follow my faith.

·         Follow my principles.

·         Follow my instructions.

·         Follow my examples.

·         Follow with focus and not with distractions.

·         Follow the anointing. 

·         Follow the Spirit.

·         Follow after righteousness.

·         Follow the Truth.


PRAYER: Lord, help me to get it right as I follow you. Amen.


BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: 2 Chronicles 4:1-6:11, Romans 7:1-13, Psalm 17:1-15, Proverbs 19:22-23



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