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By:  E. Heramia

Since kingdom citizens are declared righteous by grace, we are suppose to be BOLD, unafraid to venture out with the, oftentimes, unfamiliar direction of God in their lives. That’s why they are in business .. that’s why they are in ministry .. that’s why they try the untried .. that’s why they blaze new trails .. that’s why they abhor the status quo, safety and mediocre life .. that’s why they are uncomfortable being comfortable in the comfort zone .. that’s why they never follow the crowd.

In exhibiting their faith, they come to realize, discover, and develop hidden talents and gifts, and untapped potentials which usher them towards serving others and their generation, significantly. 


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