What really completes you?

At Esther Jacob’s book launch, I explored the topic of completion with her delegates. The teacher in me could not resist a delegate-led sermon/session. Enjoy and be blessed by the wealth of wisdom captured on from that day.

Thank you to Tosan for filming and to Esther for inviting me to speak.

You can purchase Esther’s book via Amazon.

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2 thoughts on “What really completes you?

  1. Thank you for sharing this post, I watched the video and what I took from is that idols are very real and we can overlook them because sometimes we idolise ‘good things’, and so it’s important to be alert and assess the position you have placed things or people in your life. And the key thing I learnt is that only God can take on the burden of wholeness, I believe if other people grasped this they will experience more peace as it’s a truth that can prevent us from the disappointment that will come from idolatry, as you said in the video “idols will break your heart”.

    P.s I love your slogan “To show love is to show edifying knowledge”, I personally believe you have achieved this through your posts, videos etc. I remember when I was introduced to your Bible challenges a few years ago and til this day I’ve been able to receive edifying knowledge from you which has empowered and aided in the development of my own mindset and character! I just wanted to encourage you and say well done!! it’s inspiring to see your consistency and resilience to setbacks! As you mentioned in the video that you’re a teacher, I can imagine that your students are being blessed by the outpouring of your mature and loving character! I hope God continues to bless you!! I look forward to seeing more of your work.

    1. Queen Anna,
      Thank you so much for taking the time to comment and for your kind words. God bless you too my love. I am so glad that you have been blessed by the Bible Challenges and my blog. We really do thank God for His awesome word. Have a fantastic week and Happy new year xx

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