Odd Jobs Are Part Of The Calling
For some time in 2016 I had been receiving invitations to speak in places and to people that really got me excited.
First, I spoke to a Cooperative Society at Otovwodo Grammar School.
Next, I spoke in a Christ Apostolic Church at Okuatata.
Then, to students of Otovwodo Grammar School.
I was also in Otujermi in Ughelli South Local Government Area, to speak to students from some schools in the local council.
Then, I was in a Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Patani town for a seminar. I had to pull off my shoes to preach. An Anglican Bishop offered his car for them to come carry me. The pastor had no car. However, is that not Christian fellowship? In the end, about half of my listeners got born again including some leaders of the church.
My pastor had given me the privilege to preach in my local church, the next day later. Remember, I am an auxiliary usher in my church—what people might call a “small church”.
The next day, I was in a Roman Catholic Church to preach in one of their big fellowships—a rare privilege.
The Okobaro and great King of Ughievwen Kingdom wondered aloud how I agreed to come and speak to students. He said, “Dr. Apoki is very expensive to get”.
The King of Ughievwen kingdom making his remarks after I spoke to students from some schools in Ughelli South Local Government Area.
I share a secret here with you:
Don’t get so big that God cannot use you to do small jobs.
The alternative might be to forcefully reduce you to the size of the job he wants you to do.
God bless you.