There are many lessons to learn from the advise given by Apostle Johnson Suleman to his followers concerning how to treat people who care for them. The advise came after he felt some people feel entitled to get assistance from others. But the man of God thought otherwise, hence he used his social media page to drop some piece of advice to his followers.
The founder and senior Pastor of Omega Fire Ministries worldwide (OFM), stated in his post that it's not easy to see someone who would care for you unconditionally. He said such person should be considered as a gift from God and should not be seen as a privilege.
Apostle Johnson Suleman is a Nigeria Pastor, televangelist, philanthropist and a businessman.
According to the post he made on his social media page, the Omega Fire Ministries senior Pastor said, to get a good hearted people in the society, is a gift from God, saying, such individuals should be appreciated and honoured. He advised his followers to stop feeling entitled but appreciate anyone that assisted them.
From the post made by Apostle Suleman, we will learn two things from it and strive to appreciate people rather than feeling entitled.
1. Always appreciate and thank anyone that helped you in anyway:
One of the lesson I picked out from the advise given by Apostle Johnson Suleman to his followers is that, there is need to learn to appreciate people who helped us no matter how small the help might be. Showing appreciation and gratitude to those who helped us unconditionally goes a long way in making them assist others.
Like Apostle Suleman said, "having someone who cares for you unconditionally is a gift from God." Such individual is not common in the society.
2. Don't ever feel entitled that people must help you:
Another lesson I felt we should learn from the advise the founder of Omega Fire Ministries, Apostle Johnson Suleman gave to his followers is that, we should not feel entitled to receive help or assistance from others. We should consider any assistance from others as privilege. We should know that the help we get from us is a privilege from God and it should not be abuse.
If there is one thing we must learn in life, it must be how to appreciate little help we get from others and destroying the entitlement mentality.
The entitlement mentality hinders people from assisting others.
The above is what Apostle Suleman advised his followers through his verified Twitter page.
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