To every one in life God has given talents, gifts and abilities- discover yours. All Christians fit into one particular member in the body of Christ and they are all important. One of the greatest offences in life is to envy another person for his gift or ability. Such men and women never discover their gifts, neither can they reach a fulfillment God has programmed into their lives. It is devil’s grace to pray-hunt men’s gifts, abilities and talents.
God will not give grace for the gift He did not give. But when every one stay with commitment by whatever God sends them to watch over, in the domain of their gifts, the church is led into perfection. It will take God the whole of eternity to train a man for the calling he was never meant for.
All gift carry their corresponding crosses and glories. I will not be judged on how much I’ve been able to do, but rather on what my capability is. All that is done must be brought together and see if they measure up to the expectation.
God has drawn a general timetable for his called ministers. But how easy is God's plans being achieved in us? Sometimes we drag our feet in places where they should be light and light where there should be caution; these are imbedded in our human frailty. For this reason, God uses circumstances’ guidance to direct us. In as much as there is time for everything, there is some callings, that must take seat of patience and balance calmly in God’s faith for the appropriate time. This virtue is an expression of faith and one of the garments of wisdom.
There are two dangerous cities for the gifted. They both have towns, compounds and many apartments. One is liberty and the other is hostility. The apartments of liberty invite you into fortune and fame. While hostility will confront you with fresh and cruel criticism. They are both dangerous, liberty and hostility attended to with wisdom of God will bring great success. But carelessness and foolishness will break the labour and favour of success and restrict the activities of great men. There are temptations and opportunities in Liberty and hostility