A torch in daytime

Hello! How have you been? It’s been a while πŸ˜ƒ. I hope that at the end of this post you get inspired and that you get the message.

Parte after Parte πŸ˜‚πŸ₯‚πŸŽŠ

It was a marriage ceremony where people had gathered to celebrate. As expected, it wasn’t fast so, food and drinks had to be served. At a point in time, the wine finished. This must-have caused great worry for the event planner and the families involved.

No worries, Jesus was there, and so He turned water to wine. He brought calmness to their hearts. Undoubtedly, the whine was unique that the master of the ceremony said :

John 2:10

Everyone else serves his best wine first, and when people have drunk freely, then he serves that which is not so good; but you have kept back the good wine until now!

It wasn’t about the miracle alone, as there was a message passed across in the words above. It was a message of relevance.

You need not run faster than you should or walk slower than you ought to as this drafts you out of time.

Right in time, there’s relevance. You will be amazed by its effect.

So, shine your torch in the cool of the night when it is needed. Choose to be relevant. This doesn’t mean that you hide away from doing what you ought to do. Remember :

Proverbs 11:25-26

The liberal person shall be enriched, and he who waters shall himself be watered.

People curse those who hoard their grain, but they bless the one who sells in time of need.

While you prepare and keep being updated, wait till the sound of the horn where opportunities will shake hands with your preparation.

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