Be careful what you ask for, you might just get it.
I remember how I used to ask God fro open doors and access to new levels.
The last few weeks have presented so many open doors that I am beginning to learn how to resist the temptation to satisfy everyone else at the expense of myself.
Please don’t get it twisted.I enjoy serving people.I was born to do that.
Nevertheless, every now and then, you feel the strain that comes from being ambidextrous and being in “high demand”
Just to give you a clue of what I’m talking about.
I flew in from Abuja on Monday.
Had series of engagements on Tuesday.
Had to shop for a couple of things on Wednesday.
Had to sort out some business demands on Thursday.
Travelled throgh heavy traffic to Ibadan that same Thursday.
Returned to Lagos on Friday.
Had an appointment to keep on Saturday.
Now it’s early sunday morning (few minutes past 1am now)and I am putting final preparations to the messages I’m preaching in a few hours.
I’m speaking for a friend at an early morning service then I’m off to Ibadan to stand in for a senior colleague.
I have to be back in Lagos tommorrow because I have an early morning appointment to keep on Monday morning and guess what?
I have to take off to Abuja again Tuesday evening or first flight on Wednesday to speak Wednesday evening…
What do you say?
I say “Oh help me God.
P.S.:I’m not complaining.Truth be told, a part of me actually enjoys it.
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