NIGERIAN youths have been advised to make the fear of God their priority. The former Managing Director/Editor-in-Chief of the African Newspapers of Nigeria (ANN) Plc., Pastor Segun Olatunji, gave the advice, on Saturday, while speaking at a programme organised by The Redeemed Christian Fellowship (RCF) and The Redeemed Christian Corpers Fellowship (RCCF) at Delta State University, Abraka.
Pastor Olatunji said, “it is only when you allign your life with the purpose of God that the plans of God can come to pass in your life.
“If you leave God out of your life, no matter how gifted or talented you are, you will end your journey on earth in sorrow.” He also admonished the students and members of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) to make goalsetting a cardinal part of their lives, as the best in them would not come out unless they constantly set and achieved God-inspired goals.
“There is a part of your brains that is designed for setting and achieving goals. Unless you constantly use it, you will be performing well below your potential, which will make for regrets later in life,” he said.
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