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2018: A YEAR OF ?

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Leviticus 9:6 And Moses said, This is the thing which the Lord commanded that ye should do: and the glory of the Lord shall appear unto you.

There has been quite a lot of prophesies for the year from men and denominations but there is something you need to do to see the glory of the Lord appear to you this year. 

The question is are you ready? 
The dimension of His glory that has been apportioned to us at Covenant of Life is Result(s) and Influence. Result and influence.  This in their selves do not matter but for  His glory.   



2018 is our year of Result(s) and Influence, what do you call it?
... Genesis 2:19b
and whatsoever Adam called every living creature, that was the name thereof.
We have a Covenant of Life so we call it a year of Results and Influence.


Here are a few things to do in the year 2018:

Avoid Dependency:
There will be people who must support you, people who will, Not everyone will believe in the effectiveness of your idea nor in your specific cause.

Remember this: If you feel compelled to do it, do not let anyone stop you, and don't expect anyone to support you either.

John 7:5(living Bible) ..... for even his brothers didn't believe in him.
That's our Jesus. but He didn't let that stop him from living the Christ, from becoming the saviour.


Start with total brutal honesty:
- Does the world need your idea?
- Will it create change?
- Is another organization(Ministry inclusive) already doing this job - and could you help them do it better instead of competing.

Everybody deludes themselves in some way - and in group if up to ten they easiest delude each other. But the more honestly you can see the world, the better your decisions will be.

Practice saying 'NO' a lot:
While it is true there are a million great programs that you can come up with and jump start, you just cannot do everything. Do a few things excellently.

You need to focus on doing a very small number of things really well, and that means saying NO to 1,000 other things.

This is harder than you think, and far more powerful than you can imagine.

On your Mission; do not be afraid to change tracks.
- Do what actually serves your mission, not what you feel locked into doing.
- A great mission statement can help you avoid mission creep.

This year have a mission for everything working in your life including your relationships!
Thank God for 2017 and do 2018 by the Spirit.
 

Lastly, do not miss out on any of the events lined up. God is up to something!



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