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5 ways of meeting your destiny helpers

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by Gloria Awolehin

 

You will shout Fatheerrrrrrrr…!!!! Link me up to my destiny helper!!!! Pray in Jesus name!

From the North, South, East and West direct them to me…!! Let me see…sharpen my vision!

 

While these prayers are raised in churches and everyone prays it fervently wanting to be linked to destiny helpers, it sets some people into selective kindness to people. They begin to wonder…

‘Errrrrm, maybe this is my destiny helper. She has been so kind to me. The day I went for the interview, she was so polite…’ Or ‘The man gave me ₦10,000 (Naira) when I wanted to write an exam…’

Help comes from the Lord, depend solely on him as your helper

They then err by treating some others perceived as not being able to help them in an unsavory manner.

 

BIBLE CHARACTERS: JONATHAN AND DAVID.

 

Any man who has been helped by a man has received help not from man but from the Lord.

 

Dear reader, destiny helpers come in unconventional ways. You don’t need to buy your way into that person’s heart so that he/she can help you. Destiny helpers are set up by God, so you should never think that you can maneuver your way to make somebody your destiny helper. This doesn’t undermine the fact that you should be kind to people because choosing who to be kind to can make you miss them (destiny helpers) in the long run.

There are no 5 ways to meeting destiny helpers. There are no rigid principles to follow…you just trust God with your heart, be diligent wherever He has placed you, be kind to everyone and expect God to fix you up. Remember help comes from the Lord so, depend  solely on him as your helper.

“I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.” Psalms 121:1, 2 (KJV)

 

 

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Gloria Awolehin

Gloria is a Christian writer and blogger, drama minister and a medical doctor. She believes in practical Christian living and she is deeply interested in the youths and the female gender.

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10 Comments

  1. Another inspiring piece. When you already concluded that a particular person is that helper and it happens not to be, frustration sets in and the person is miserable.

    1. You are right, we will always be frustrated when we walk by sight and not by faith. We thank you for your sharing your point, please don’t hesitate to also share your own point of view. Keep tabs on another great exhortation, stories and lots more. We would always like to hear from our readers. Thank you Ray.

    2. You’re right, we would always be frustrated when we walk by sight and not by faith. Keep tabs on another great exhortation, stories, real life experiences, comic and more. We would equally love to hear from our readers. Thanks we appreciate.

  2. Another inspiring piece.
    When you already concluded that a particular person is that helper and it happens not to be, frustration sets in and the person is miserable.

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