Don’t get distracted

Daily Ministration

I try to be an honest person as a characteristic in life. I feel that it’s the best policy…Honesty. Writing is something I feel free when doing, maybe because I have the mentality that I can write what I like with no repercussions. Whatever the reason, I love the gift God has placed me with. I don’t know for how long or what it was that caused it but I know I have been distracted for some time now. My blog is something I have analysed recently and seen the aims I present to viewers and my blog followers freely. In many articles and comments I strongly stress the point of consistency, but I have seen myself lack the consistency I first desired when starting this blog. I want to take this time to apologise to all the people who take time out to read my blog and follow me. Something I know and have decided to cling to at this time is taking one day at a time. Taking one day at a time in the areas in my life I’ve stopped being consistent. I’ve apologised to other now I need to apologise to myself, or not valuing the gifts I’ve been given to the right valuation. I want to sound the trumpet to all that set their eyes on this article, that distraction = disaster.

If all you remember from my articles is a few words, hold to the fact that distraction = disaster.

God bless.


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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