Mission and Commitment to Service - Felix Omoko

Felix Omoko
Our mission is to rendered acceptable sacrifice and service to God and humanity in a given field of endeavour, which the core message of God to every human being.
Freely, he has given everyone a special gift for trading to maximize life in fulfillment - personal, family and business/career.

Young men must desire to locate their innate talents and gifting in other to enjoy the flow of God's blessings upon their lives. Rather than labouring in the path of others, for there is a way that seem right to man, but end thereof are the ways of death. Prov. 14: 12. This is why many young men and women are suffering today. They have foolishly ran away from their place of endowment and focused on their natural preferred way.

Look Inward
Carefully look deep into your life and examine the path you are following, if it pleases your maker. It may be a godly venture or work, but it may not be right in the sight of God. 

In your relationship, how do you look to the opposite sex. Do you condemn in your heart, when someone approach you and he/she look not physically attractive to your kind of person.

How many men or women have you defrauded since you were born? How many times have done good to people? How many times have you helped your friend to secure their right place? How many times have you given to the cause of a godly project? Do you care about your neighbours or friends,  or you condemn them secretly?

These are the issues affecting some people today and they are not aware, because they are insignificant to be reckoned upon.

How to discover your Mission in life

  1. Look Inward and think through the burning issues of your life.
  2. Be discipline in your personal life.
  3. Read books that gives you inspiration and progress.
  4. Work with wise people.
  5. Pray for guidance and direction.

 Read Luke 4:18.

The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised.