Count your chips

Daily Ministration
 

Recently I have embarked on two new journeys. One of these involves money and the other is concerning my mentality. I think in life, in order to develop, its good to take on new achievements and goals. Counting chips is a phrase I use here because I think most can understand the concept. If you have a set of chips, and you progressively add to it, you will further the development of your chips. By consistent development, your chip will become plural and will multiply continuously. Consistency does not take gambling , nor is it needed. If you focus on bettering yourself everyday, after certain days, your decision will show real significance. 

If you decided to save a certain amount of money each day, if you counted the money at the end of each week, you would like the fact that it is increasing. Motivation can be developed from repetition and the aim of growing. Some of the easiest things in life are exactly that, easy. No new theory to learn or any secret riddle. When Samson gave a riddle to his enemies at his celebration, those who he gave it to were not looking for something new but something that was already in existence. You don’t need to search for some new piece of information, you only need to use what is available to you already. I want you to count your chips and see what it produces.

Israel

He’s learning to serve the Christian community better and better each day through his teaching on the Bible (both theory and practical application for everyday life). Israel Ikhinmwin loves to share the truth of God’s word and be an example for other Christians looking to develop your faith.

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