Important Lessons To Learn From Ada Jesus' Death

Death is the ultimate end point of one's activity on earth. It is man's sacred and divine call of duty. There is nothing as painful as losing your loved ones, in this case there is no ‘he will be back’ tomorrow or next or even years to come, but forever gone. Oh! It's heartbreaking.

The news of the demise of the comedienne Ada Jesus — though I did not know her in person, filtered through the airwaves of Nigeria on April 21, 2021. She was said to have died of cardiac arrest even though sources close to her said she was recuperating from her kidney disease prior to her last breaths on earth.

Life as it is, is a battleground where the fittest survives. We learn lessons every day from life which is a guiding map to the future.

There are a number of lessons the living should learn from Ada Jesus' death to avoid going the same way.

Avoid cheap blackmail This is very important to anyone who wants to go far in life. Blackmailing people for self publicity and recognition can be catastrophic. Whether the object – in this case, the blackmailed is right with God or not. The Bible advises us to live in peace with all men, (Romans 12:18). Don't be too forward in criticizing people. Shape your tongue and speak with wisdom. Don't trend in a wrong way because you could be walking yourself to your grave.

Don't touch the Anointed In the holy Scriptures, God sternly warned humanity never to mishandle His chosen ones. 1 Chronicles 16:22 says “Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm". There is no perfect man on earth, hence, we all are sinners. Any man that is bearing witness that Jesus is Lord, preaching, delivering and healing the sick in the name of Jesus Christ should be respected. God who called them will judge and expose anyone of them who is merchandising and faking miracles in His name. It is never the duty of man to do the work meant for God.

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https://youtu.be/bl6KW2Fu9hA Death is the ultimate end point of one's activity on earth. It is man's sacred and divine call of duty. There is nothing as painful as losing your loved ones, in this case there is no ‘he will be back’ tomorrow or next or even years to come, but forever gone. Oh! It's heartbreaking.

The news of the demise of the comedienne Ada Jesus — though I did not know her in person, filtered through the airwaves of Nigeria on April 21, 2021. She was said to have died of cardiac arrest even though sources close to her said she was recuperating from her kidney disease prior to her last breaths on earth.

Life as it is, is a battleground where the fittest survives. We learn lessons every day from life which is a guiding map to the future.

There are a number of lessons the living should learn from Ada Jesus' death to avoid going the same way.

Avoid cheap blackmail This is very important to anyone who wants to go far in life. Blackmailing people for self publicity and recognition can be catastrophic. Whether the object – in this case, the blackmailed is right with God or not. The Bible advises us to live in peace with all men, (Romans 12:18). Don't be too forward in criticizing people. Shape your tongue and speak with wisdom. Don't trend in a wrong way because you could be walking yourself to your grave.

Don't touch the Anointed In the holy Scriptures, God sternly warned humanity never to mishandle His chosen ones. 1 Chronicles 16:22 says “Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm". There is no perfect man on earth, hence, we all are sinners. Any man that is bearing witness that Jesus is Lord, preaching, delivering and healing the sick in the name of Jesus Christ should be respected. God who called them will judge and expose anyone of them who is merchandising and faking miracles in His name. It is never the duty of man to do the work meant for God.

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