The Bestselling Author and Former Special Assistant to Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, Mr. Bemigho Reno Omokri, has advised his social media followers to learn how to have control over their thoughts.
Mr. Reno Omokri. Credit: Reno's verified Twitter account.
The human rights activist, Omokri, who made this known through his verified Twitter handle, claimed that it will be unlikely for God to give someone power to control people if he or she do not have power over his or her own thoughts.
Reno, who has been known for using his verified social media accounts as the platform to educate people on how to live a good life and the ways to be successful, further stressed that, if God is to give such power to such person, evil forces will make them to abuse the power.
According to his tweet, he wrote: "Have power over your thoughts. Don't just think whatever enters your mind. If you don't have power over your own thoughts, it is very unlikely that God will give you power over people. Because if He does, evil forces can control those people by controlling your mind."
Adding to Reno's advise, we are urging everyone to train their minds to always avoid having unnecessary thoughts. We shall also stop thinking whatever that enters our minds.
If truly you know the power of your thoughts, you would never think negative thoughts, nature has a way of bending towards your thoughts and making it into your reality.
What do you have to say about this teaching? How you have power over your thoughts, or is your mind in control of you? Voice out using our comment section.
Remain in control!
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