Gateways

I really hate to rigmarole.

Have you ever been in a situation where you can spot where you are going to but because of all the high fences, you can’t readily go there?

I’ll explain.

I once lived in a place where from the main express road, I can see my house standing beautifully tall before me. Once, I was so exhausted that I started hissing. The house was just a fence away from the main road but the positioning of its gate was to the other side of eternity. Lol. Literally. That’s how the distance feels. So, whether I liked it or not, as long as I want to enter my house (and not as a thief over the fence), I must take that long turn through the path that will bring me to the gate, because that’s the only entry point into my compound.

Likewise, in life, it is not enough to know where you are going. Sometimes, you may go as far as seeing clearly where you are going to. You may see it by visions and revelations, dreams, prophecies, you know? But it’s not enough to know where you are going in life, you must be able to locate the gate.

There are pathways and gateways to destiny. You see people working so hard for years and seem to be hitting hard rocks in all the time? They probably didn’t take their time to locate the gateway, the entry point.

Entry is easier at/through the gate.

Don’t ever delude yourself with the mentality that life begins and end with knowing your life’s purpose and visions. No dear. It goes beyond that. Far beyond that. You have to know how to start your visions, who to meet, where to meet who to meet and so on and so forth. It’s not just about knowing where your destiny lies, you got to know how to get in.

Find the way.

Find the path.

There’s a way that seems right to a man but the end thereof is destruction.
But there’s one way who boldly declared, ‘I am the way, the truth and the life, if any man believes in me, he shall not walk in darkness, but he shall have the light of life.”

Let the Lord Jesus carry and lead you gently into destiny.

Have a fruitful Week ahead!

~Grace Ochigbo

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About Grace Ochigbo

Grace Ochigbo
Grace Ochigbo is a Christian, storyteller, inspirational speaker and the Founder of Gemstone Sickle Cell Aid Team, a non-profit organizations working to end Sickle Cell Disease.

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  1. Great one….. Do I have your permission to share? Plssss

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