Why Did Jesus Decide To Pick Uneducated People As His Lead Disciples? – Mike Bamiloye

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Why did Jesus decide to choose uneducated people as his chief disciples? – Mike Bamiloye Welcome to #Jesus #Judgment #Pick #Uneducated #People #Leadership #Disciples #Mike #Bamiloye EODBA BlogHere is the latest breaking news and trending broadcast for you today: :

Popular gospel actor and evangelist, Mike Bamiloye has sent an important message to Christians in a recent post on his official Facebook page. He titled it “That Noon May Take the Glory.” He read Judges 7:2-4 and told the story of Gideon’s battle with the Midianites.

He said that when the Lord begins to cut down your army against many enemies, you cannot claim glory when He gives you victory. When He slows you down and slows you down, at times, He does so that when He finally brings you to your destination, you will not attribute the victory to the hand of the flesh.

Then he asked, “Wonder why the Lord chose uneducated fishermen like Peter, James, and John as His chief disciples, instead of seeking highly educated personalities from the cities of Jerusalem or Samaria? And said that as much as hard work is important to be great in life, and hard work is necessary in business to be successful in business, yet, the Bible says in Ecclesiastes 9:11, “I returned and saw under the sun, the race is not to the swift, the battle is not to the mighty, There is no bread for the wise, nor riches for the prudent, nor favor for the skillful. But time and opportunity happen to them all.”

Finally, he told Hart that the apostle Paul summed up the whole matter in 1 Corinthians 1:26-29. That is why you should constantly pray this major prayer and even sing it in song: “Thy will be done, O Lord! Oh, Lord, teach me to say Thy will be done. May His will always be in our lives.

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