Read Proverbs 13:20 (https://bit.ly/2QgjIpB)
The type of company we keep shows us what kind of people we are or where we want to go. It’s the harsh truth. Look at the kind of friends you have or the people whose advice you listen to.

Look at the fruits of their lives.
Do they study hard?
What kind of people are they?
Are they honest, kind, good-natured, etc.?
Are they Kingdom-minded?

You want to look back years from now and have no regrets. Be intentional with the sort of company you surround yourself with.
Do these people push you forward or hold you back?




Read Proverbs 16:1 here:https://bit.ly/2JYRh25

A few years ago, I gave up on writing and studied makeup. I qualified and didn’t make it in the industry. One day I asked God why and He told me “I never called you to be a makeup artist, that was your plan. I called you to write.” I ended up once again pursuing my gift in writing and God opened up so many doors ever since.

When God has a purpose for your life, it overrides your own plans. You can either delay your destiny or fulfill your destiny. Allow God’s plan for you, to catapult you forward.




Sometimes we don’t like to be corrected or disciplined. Some of us can’t stand it.

I remember growing up, I never wanted to learn from others. I wanted to learn through my own mistakes, even when I was warned or felt that little tug of the Holy Spirit inside me. I soon made so many mistakes and wasted so much time. But the moment I started to surrender my pride and listen to good and proper correction, that’s when life became so much better.

God can do much more in your life when you are open to correction.

Proverbs 15:31-32 (https://bit.ly/3nubvP9)




As individuals, we make many decisions each day. Some decisions are good and others are bad. Sometimes we are indecisive.

You might be facing the challenge of making the decision of which high school or university to attend. Maybe you are facing a dilemma of choosing subjects or a course, the kind of music to listen to or which friends to hang out with.

Whatever the choices might be for you, allow God’s will to guide you. Seek His way above all else. We have a Heavenly Father who knows each of us better than we know ourselves.

Proverbs 3:5-6 (https://bit.ly/1WqdDUt)