Pastor Faith Oyedepo: Friday February 13, 2015 Daily Devotional – Naked But Not Ashamed

Topic: Mind Your Carriage

“For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he: Eat and drink, saith he to thee; but his heart is not with thee”
– Proverbs 23:7

Do you know that the way you walk, your carriage, and facial expressions say a lot about you? People easily can judge you as being proud, shy, lazy, sluggish, or even insecure just by looking at you; that is, your carriage.

The word “carriage” means the way in which somebody holds and moves the head and body. When you are moody or emotionally down, it shows because you tend to drag your feet or move sluggishly. The way you comport yourself affects your worth and acceptance.

If your life is to attract the right people, influence, and/ or impact on them, then they should (most times), get the right perception about who you are; this therefore means you must watch your carriage. You must begin to conduct yourself in the manner that reflects your true person.

To have the right carriage however, you must place value on yourself and to do this, you must have a perspective of God’s plan and purpose for your life. That means you must be aware of God’s vision for you, because whatever would reflect on the outside must start from within.

Also, a merry heart provokes an attitude that makes you act, feel and become pleasantly irresistible. You cannot be joyful without it reflecting in your comportment. Don’t ever allow a negative situation have the better of you, rather be controlled by the discovery of yourself in God’s Word. Let your walk reflect strength, a sense of purpose, honour, dignity, health and life. As you do, you are surely going to make a difference.

Remain blessed!

Pastor Faith Abiola Oyedepo is the wife of Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide a.k.a. Winners’ Chapel, and Senior Pastor of Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland, Ota, Nigeria.

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