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Happy New Year JCBloggers

Happy NEW YEAR peeps! 

Yay! We made it into 2015...this is THE YEAR!

Count your blessings and commit to moving forward this year. I just got of live stream of my church service at almost now, and my pastor, Goodheart Ekwueme said something so profound and I employ you too to take heed.

He said this year is a year of "spiritual intelligence"...there should be no room for spiritual ignorance. Hey, even if you are not a Christian, you would agree that things are going to be tougher in the world and believe me ONLY true believers will smile in the coming famine.

So its a WORD FEAST this year peeps! Get the bible, read it cover to cover, study it and let it reposition you from 2015 and onwards.

Keep reading this blog, bookmark it as I promise to bring business mentorship and How-Tos that are impact full.

Welcome to your year of establishment for enthronement!

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