Monday, 26 May 2014


Anxiety is a state of uneasiness or tension caused by apprehension of possible future  misfortune, danger, etc.; worry. Anxiety can come upon you when you are worried or uneasy or very eager or in a hurry to answer a question . You become nervous
and jittery. The problem is that you lose control. You begin to make
unpardonable and unnecessary mistakes—even in a subject area you
know well. You will be perplexed at the sort of errors you make just
because of anxiety.
To successfully deal with anxiety, “be careful for nothing; but
in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your
request be made known unto God and the peace of God, which passeth
all understanding , shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ

Jesus” (Philippians 4: 6–7 KJV).

From The Perfect Scholar by Jimoh BRAIMOH (Jnr)

Wednesday, 21 May 2014


This can also be referred to as bad luck or bad company.
You almost have no control over this. For example, when the results of
a whole class’s exams are withheld because of cheating , everyone who
took it—both those who were involved in the cheating and those who
were innocent —suffer. Little wonder the Bible says, “Be not deceived;
evil communications corrupt good manners ” (1 Corinthian 15:33 KJV).
A bad omen situation is something you don’t see coming. It just
befalls you when you least expect it. Here’s an example: One day, during
an exam, a lecturer asked me to tell him what the two female students
who were sitting right in front of me were doing. I could not give him an
answer that satisfied him, because I knew nothing. I was just minding
my business in the hall. He took my answer booklet along with those
of the other students and asked us to leave the room.
This could happen to anyone, but we can overcome with prayer .
Jesus said , “Watch ye and pray, lest ye enter into temptation. The spirit
truly is ready, but the flesh is weak (Mark 14: 38 KJV)”. I pray that
such a thing will not befall you, in Jesus’ name. This happened to me
when I was not yet born again, and it can surely happen to a child of
God who is not very prayerful. However, it is one of the ways students
encounter failure .

From The Perfect Scholar by Jimoh BRAIMOH (Jnr)

Wednesday, 14 May 2014


1)    A fool will weaken your focus.
2)    He will slow your life.
3)    He will waste your time on futile fix and
4)    Make you to disbelieve God.
-         A fool is one who despises wisdom and instruction.
-         Anyone who refuses to depart from evil
-         Anyone who reveals secret.
-         Anyone whose conduct doesn’t change even after experiencing painful consequences.
-         A fool spends more than he is willing to earn.
-         He creates his own believe system contrary to God’s word.

-         He focuses on financial increase instead of God. 

Tuesday, 6 May 2014


Life is govern by laws; both physical and spiritual laws and principles. The spiritual controls the physical. Money responds directly to some spiritual laws and principles. For it is He i.e. God that giveth thee power to get wealth. There is a spiritual empowerment from above that money response to. Understanding and pitting these laws and principles to practice will help one to get desired result.
Law of visualizationwhat you can see in the spirit, you can handle in the physical. You can create your future by speaking into the present.
Law of promotion: you can only be promoted by someone whose instruction you follow (obey).
Law of reproduction: You can only reproduce yourself!
Law of seed: Whatever you have in your hand can create whatever you desire in your future.
Law of recognition: What you don’t recognize remains celebrated.

Understanding the laws of life can catapult you from darkness and obscurity to light, from lowness to high place and from poverty to riches.