It is natural for us to think that our present discontent arises as a result of something we currently do not have. We imagine there might be a way of abolishing the feeling if only we had the money, fame, job, or health that currently evades us. But people from all walks of life seem to experience the same kind of dissatisfaction that we do, even when they have the very things we believe would make our lives whole. And on the occasions when we gain the thing we believe will make us happy, we find that the satisfaction we experience is at best partial and at worst utterly unfulfilling.
You can never get good out of wrong. You've got to play the rule of the game, fair. And anyone of you know that in olympics or any other athletical exercises, no matter if you arrive first in the race, but if you haven't played the game according to the rules, you're disqualified. You have to play the rule right. And that's the way it is with human life. You can't play the rules of the game of life, wrong, and expect to win. You've got to play it according to God's Word, and the purpose that you were brought here for.
William Marrion Branham, Mike Murdock, Justice Kojo Bentil, Billy Graham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Dag Heward Mills, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Dr. Myles Munroe, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Jerry J. Panou, Rick Rigsby, Martin Luther King Jr., David O. Oyedepo, David Ibiyeomie, Kenneth E. Hagin, T. B. Joshua, Smith Wigglesworth, John C. Hagee, Brian Houston, Adrian Pierce Rogers, Ravi Zacharias, Chris Oyakhilome,