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TITLE: YOUR WORTH
By DANIEL OMAGWU
09/09/09
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YOUR WORTH

What a man carries on the inside determines what the man is, that is, the value of a thing is the content that it carriers.
The value you attached to a bottle of coca- cola is not the bottle but is the liquid inside. You are simply what you carry. Lets pause a moment and look at two bags. - One looking very beautiful but packed with dirt. And the other ones may be not that beautiful one the inside but loaded with may be gold, or money now tells me which of the two will attract more attention? Or let say which one will be more valued?
You can kick a plate around or throw it any how but the moment there is food inside it has to be “respected”
Let me ask you DO YOU KNOW YOUR WORTH? DO YOU KNOW WHAT YOU CARRY? At times you know a thing and it value by tracing it to its origin. So let’s see how come about YOU. And what YOU carry. Hence your value.
GENESIS 2 VS 7.
When you look at this scripture critically in grammar, content and concepts. We discover that man was from the dust and remains a product of the dust until god breath into his nostrils the breath of life then he became a living soul. God made man from the dust so that source of man became the dust but that was not part of the details in his design. He wanted man to be his image , he wanted man to be his product and not the product of the dust or ground.
So he has to go back to plan in chapter one.
Man was planed and designed to be in his (God) likeness. So he had to put in man his own breath so that he can be the father of man so the living God put his breath or life in t a man made from dust so that he can be a living soul.
So friends look at what you carry! Can you see your worth?
You carry on the inside, the breath of God. What you carry is the life of God and that is your worth.__________________________________________________
Remember you are what you carry on the inside of you and that is who you are.
Please pause again and ask yourself who you are I have to ask my self the same question who is Daniel omagwu? Daniel omagwu is the container that carries the living God, the unfailing God and the most holy on the inside of him.
I refuse to be intimidated because I carry the almighty God on the inside of me.
I use to be a victim of sin but now I refuse because I carries the most high- holy God on the inside of me. 1 John 5 VS 18
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