Wednesday, October 9, 2019




Nothing empowers like knowledge. To be informed is to be transformed; and to be  uninformed is to be deformed.

Information is both the gateway for man's advancement and the cure for all his frustrations.

You cannot fail with facts.

There is no substitute for information in your quest for a change of position; not even intercession can substitute for information.

Being informed is not just knowing something, it is possessing a working knowledge of that thing.

Information is any bit of news that influences your thoughts and actions.

Nothing creates a future like the revelation of scripture. Why? Because it has an inherent force within to bring about transformation in all areas.

Your speed in life is determined by the quality of information at your disposal, and the level of insight with which you are operating.

How far you can see determines how far you can go.

You cannot go beyond the information at your disposal. The brighter you see, the faster you go. The more  informed you are, the greater the results you command.

I see information as the currency of destiny it determines your purchasing power in the market of life.


The news you acquire determines the moves you generate, and the moves you generates determines the waves you cause, which determines the news you make. It is a continuous cycle.

Abraham Lincoln said, "I don't think much of any man who is not wiser today than he was yesterday."

We live in a changing world so you have to keep pace with current knowledge. If the information at your disposal is obsolete, then it cannot produce any current results. I want to believe that tradition is the worst enemy of civilization, because it has no regards for current knowledge.

Henry Ford said, "anyone who stops learning is old, either at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young." That is, to keep one's mind open to new insight and information that will help in generating solutions to bugging issues.

Information demands discipline.

Nobody is responsible for where you are, but you; not even the devil.


No matter your calling, profession, or career, without relevant information you don't have a future.  You don't become a man of impact by wishing; you only become one by learning what it takes to do exploits.

It has been proved beyond any doubt that committed readers are those who become great leaders. You cannot lead anyone if you don't see ahead.

Dedicated readers and information hunters are the ones that become great leaders. Remember, common sense at its best will only produce common results.

Everyone aiming for an outstanding future must be committed to rubbing his little mind with greater minds, thereby becoming sharper by the day.

To be a man and woman of impact, you must be committed to an insatiable hunger for ever-increasing insight in your field.

"You will be the same that you are this year in five years time, except for two things - the books you read and the people with whom you walk.

Study, if you don't want to be ashamed. No matter your field of endeavor in life, if you are not studious, you are heading for shame without knowing. A time will come when the things you are saying will no longer be relevant to the needs of people around you. Nothing transforms like information; and it takes meekness to be committed to the art of learning.


Without references you don't become a reference. Without information, no one truly has a future. Information will reduce your religious struggles.

The Bible provides a dignified guide for your journey on earth.

Nothing is more valuable than insight in the journey of life. Don't leave your life to chance, leave it to viable choices, and make your choices based on sound information.

The largest room in the world is the room for improvement.


You are either running with a vision, going on a mission, or burning with a passion...if you do not belong to any of these, life is reduced to a burden.

Dr. David Oyedepo

Source: Ruling Your World (Chapter 2)
Copyright © 2005 by David O. Oyedepo

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