“31 Days of Wisdom” by Rudolph Mensah

Our Star, Dr. Rudolph Mensah has written another book.  This one is motivational, based on biblical passages.  It is intended to be read one passage each day for your consideration and action.

It will soon be available on Amazon for download for $2.99.  There will be a one week special for $0.99 (4 to 11 October) with intention of having people read, rate and review to raise interest on the Amazon network.  Details later on that.  We hope you will help.

Below is the cover and a sample passage from Day 21.  Enjoy!!



“The lazy man longs for many things, but his
hands refuse to work. He is greedy to get, while
the godly love to give!” (Proverbs 21”25-26 TLB)

God has given you all the potential to get all you desire. However, you have to work it. Wishing doesn’t take away hunger or bring bread. Most people just wish; they never roll up their sleeves to work. In this era of urgent immediacy, patience is a scarce commodity.

My favorite tagline with all my messages is: “we shall win, maybe not immediately but definitely”.  This is to inspire faith and patience which reassures us of our victory which is already won for us.

“The wicked will finally lose; the righteous will finally win” (Proverbs 21:18).

Whatever you are seeking won’t come to you overnight, it will come over time.

“Steady plodding brings prosperity; hasty speculation brings poverty” 

(Proverbs 21:5).

During the process, there is a financial advice you need:  “The wise man saves for the future, but the foolish man spends whatever he gets.”  This is a priceless advice. There is an age-long financial advice which says, “Spend what is left after you have saved.” As you work for what you desire, how you spend it is equally important. Don’t squander it.

WISDOM QUOTE FOR THE DAY: “Wishing does not take away hunger or bring bread. You can’t just wish upon the stars for things to happen; you have to work.”

Spend as much as you can on yourself but do that after you have saved enough for the future.  The wise man saves for the future, but the foolish man spends whatever he gets.



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