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Ignorance of divine blessing

08 July 2014, 11:10 Onyeji Dominic

"Oh, God! You promised us our daily bread... Father, we need it now...and please, don't forget to add a little butter," said Unclechiji Amadi, a wise one from the East where Sun rises. I mean this is not just a prayer, it is rather a Supernatural communion.

One thing I know is that God never fails! It is just that people lack understanding of how divinity works. What they call daily bread is delivered in us always on daily bases but most of us are in ignorance of the delivery due to lack of insight, discernment and sound mind.

Come to think of it! How long does it take to transfer money from one account to another? I mean what does it really take to receive the blessings sent from above? If I send money into one's account, what does one need to withdraw it for use? It may look as if these questions are stupid but let me say that the stupidity make great sense to the wise alone.

What I know is that God always sends daily bread but most people do not have what they need to receive or withdraw it on daily bases. Everybody in life has divine bank account for divine blessing or daily bread but it is not everybody that has the means for the withdrawal. It is obvious that certain people do not have things like divine passport, I.D card, withdrawal note book and ATM card to operate their divine account in Supernatural. That is the problem. Just call it ignorance of divine operation and blessing! Serious problem of ignoramus and mediocrities under the Sun! If I may ask! What is ignorance? What is mediocrity? What is pseudo-mentality? What is pretense? What is dishonesty?

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