REV. PETER Kwaku Yeboah, Morning Show preacher, Royal Television (RTV) has admonished Ghanaians to plan their lives, prepare for its execution and to back same with prayer.
Speaking to this reporter over the weekend on how to realise one’s new year resolutions, the Minister of the Gospel said the surest way to achieving results was to have a plan in mind.
He noted that ideas which are expressed in writing or documented fits as a plan.
“What Ghanaians especially Christians need in this new year of 2023 is to plan their lives, prepare to stick to the ideas to make the plan work as well as engage God in prayer so that one can achieve results”, the Minister stated.
Resolve To Start Again:
Rev Peter K Yeboah said new resolutions could be restarted when one falters.
“In the year 2022, we made predictions and projections, some were fulfilled however most of them couldn’t come to pass.
Unfulfilled aspirations do not indicate that all is lost, conclusion on failed targets, projections, dreams are sign of failure, thus, you can only fail when you give up”, the Minister stated.
”I know most of us have given up as a result declined aspirations but do you ever get hard on yourself? Do you ever verbally and consciously beat yourself up over the errors, the sins, and the difficulties you have brought upon yourself”, the Minister quizzed.
He noted that, ‘sometimes we are very hard on ourselves and we shouldn’t be because there is still hope as long as there is life but yet we feel the guilt over whatever situation we are in’.
Quoting from Hazel Felleman, the Minister said the author wrote a poem about this:
“I wish there were some wonderful place
Called the Land of Beginning Again
Where all our mistakes, and all our heartaches
And all our selfish griefs
Could be cast like a shabby old coat at the door
And never be put on again”.
The preacher said determination to succeed starts from a desire and that desire is where success begins.
“Don’t allow yourself to be brought down by discouragement, disappointed, opposition, failures, challenges and past mistakes, refuse to quit”, Reverend Peter stated.
BY Michael Ofosu-Afriyie