Friday, February 17

Where do I begin? Mediocrity is just that mediocrity. Faint, blunt mediocrity!

Definition of  mediocrity : of moderate or low quality, value, ability, or performance
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 There is a choice to make today. A choice that I believe is vital. Similar to internal dialogue.

Are you living a mediocre life? As a child, parent, in work, at church, daily tasks, prayer - life, marriage, friendships, career, citizen of a country, the list goes on....

Will you leave a mark of excellence?

What legacy will you leave?

What will people say on your funeral?

What will you say when you stand before God?

If God were to ask you, "Why did you live a mediocre life?" Will you go into the blame game, like a child caught eating from the sugar dish? Blaming everyone and everything but yourself?

What will God say when it's His turn to speak?

What don't you have that others have?

If your answer will be luck, circumstances, background, talent, religion, education, gender, color, creed, country, personal worth, money --- won't we agree that those are just excuses?

If it had anything to do with money, the rich would not cry or probably be buried with all the money, and they would not bother about charities and giving their riches back to society

What excuse haven't we covered yet? I doubt there is any left!

Matthew 25:29 For everyone who has will be given more, and he will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him.


  1. I think mediocrity is a crime against humanity and a sin against God. We were created for significance and anything less dishonours God. 

    I am too small to contain what I carry. I owe it to God and to fellow human beings to die, having emptied what I carry.

  2. Thanks Tolu, for making this powerful declaration. "... mediocrity is a crime against humanity and a sin against God." I dare say that it is true.

    If the Presidents of our countries can't be mediocre, we who are kings and princes in God's Kingdom should never go be in the mediocre club.

    Let us empty what we carry : As Myles Munroe says,
    "The wealthiest places in the world are not the gold
    mines of South America or the oil fields of Iraq or Iran. They’re not
    the diamond mines of South Africa or the banks of the world. The
    wealthiest place on the planet is just down the road. It is the
    cemetery. There lie buried, companies that were never started,
    inventions that were never made, best selling books that were never
    written and masterpieces that were never painted.
    In the cemetery is buried the greatest treasure of untapped potential.

    There is a treasure within you that must come out. It is your potential.
    Don’t go to the grave with your treasure still within YOU"


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