Laws of Greatness by Apostle Johnson Suleman
Laws of greatness are attitudes that people sustain to make an outstanding mark in life. The 8 laws of greatness by Apostle Johnson Suleman was extracted from the encounter the man at the gate called beautiful in the Bible with Peter and John. This is an excerpt of the Tuesday Bible Study Apostle Suleman heard in his church.
There are several things that people do in order to attain greatness. You need to know the principles of success; principles of leadership and the concept of relationship with God and with men of you want to attain greatness. Apostle Johnson Suleman defined greatness as is living your dream not only achieving your dream. He also redefined greatness as the maximization of your potentials.
Audio message: 8 Laws of Greatness by Apostle Johnson Suleman
Do you wish to be great in live? After listening to this audio sermon on greatness, you will understand the question on how to succeed in life. Laws of Greatness by Apostle Johnson Suleman includes:
Law of Agreement: To achieve success and greatness, you do not work alone. You must have a partner who you work in agreement. So to achieve greatness, you must have the right people as friends and partners who are on the same journey with you. Remember, two cannot walk together unless they agree (Amos 3:3). You need lovers of God and not corrupt people. Do not betray friendship in the law of agreement.
Law of Timing: You need to understand that time and chance happens to everything. Time is a reveals according to Apostle Selman. To achieve greatness, you must maximize your time and seasons, avoid time wasters. The Bible says, redeeming the time (opportunities) for the days are evils.
Law of Routine: Your Daily routine, which you do affects your life. This was shown by the cripple man, he was brought to the gate daily. Be consistent and patient in what you are doing.
Law of excellence: The man stays at the beautiful gate. To achieve greatness, you must do your work excellently. The rest points are below;
Law of access and acceptance, focus, expectation and capacity (content).
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