Born to make a difference (Part 2)

Father’s Day special
Born to make a difference (Part 2)
By Rev Sam Oye
(John 11: 43-44)
“When he had finished speaking, he cried out with a loud voice, ‘Lazarus, come out’. And he that was dead came forth, bound hand and foot with graveclothes: and his face was bound about with a napkin. Jesus saith unto them, loose him, and let him go.”
You’re born to make the world a better place before you leave. Touching lives and adding value is the essence of existence. The reason for your presence is to make a difference. If you are not able to sponsor a student abroad, you’ll be able to sponsor a child in your community to a public school. Regardless of the circumstance, you should be making a difference. If you cannot be the sun, you can be the moon; if you cannot be the moon, you can be a lamp or even a candle; in essence, light up someone’s world.
We are not alive to survive or to acquire degrees. In fact, we were not born to make money. We are here to contribute something valuable to humanity. The ultimate way to make a difference is by knowing our purpose.
Reasons a man is created as a Father.
A father’s job is to:
Establishe values, principles and legacy.
Sustain what has been established.
Be a role model.
As a father, you must provide your children with wisdom for greatness. No man can accomplish his purpose or carry out his responsibility as a father until he is loose from everything that bounds him. Like Lazarus, Jesus can set you free.
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