Hold On To Your Revelation By Oduigwe Chidera Dok

Hold on to your revelation? Yes, hold on to your revelation. I might not actually know what your revelations are but one thing I’m so certain about is that you should hold on to it. Maybe tomorrow or next hour it might come to pass.

That revelation may be for you to continue your education, to be a preacher, improve in your business, to settle down with him or her, to seek for a new job or to acquire a new skill, to offer charity, to be a lawyer, to be a health worker, to establish yourself in one field life or the other.

That revelation might be the one that will warrant you to suffer at the moment in order for you to secure the future. It might be the revelation of sowing of seeds today in order to reap deeply tomorrow.

Although the revelation might not be coming as soon as possible but remember that it worth waiting for. Don’t let your imagination to limit you or stop you from reaching that very height.

As it’s better for me to reach that very height and risk the possibility of falling than being in that trammeled pit out of cowardice or merely timidness.

Nwaoke m, try hold on to your revelation though it may tarry but surely it must come to pass. It’s just a function of time and your dedication.

When on your way to your destination and approaching the traffic light, it shows the red sign for you to wait, it does not mean that you will not reach your destination rather it required that you should hold on for awhile.

And despite the period of time it takes you to reach your destination, what matters most is whether you get there or not.

If you fail to reach your destination this hour, next hour is an opportunity to achieve just that. If perhaps you couldn’t make it in the next hour then just wait with patient because tomorrow, next tomorrow, next week, next month or next year might be the perfect time for you.

The only price you have to pay, which most times it’s painful and unbearable, is to hold on to your revelation.

Habakkuk once said “For the vision is yet for an appointed time but at the end it shall speak and not lie. Though it may tarry, wait for it because it will surely come, it will not tarry”.

From your brother Oduigwe Chidera Dok.

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