Thoughtful Conditioners

QVW of the week.

Hello beautiful people.

It’s another Monday, another day to step out and achieve greatness. For some it’s a holiday, for others it’s not. Where ever you are, always take charge of your week with prayers and faith. Enjoy this week’s piece.

QUOTE:

“Something BIG today may be SMALL tomorrow – Dr. Mike Murdock”

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I’d wanna say and vice versa. You might own something big today, but if you’re lazy about it, if you’re not working smart continually and you feel it will always be there don’t be surprised when it turns out such. In whatever you do choose to be consistent. Also don’t be weary of small beginnings,(I tell myself this everyday) in due time you’d reap if you faint not.

VERSE:

We are assured and know that [God being a partner in their labor] all things work together and are [fitting into a plan] for good to and for those who love God and are called according to [His] design and purpose.”
Romans 8:28 AMP

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I love this scripture, I remember meeting a friend Chino and we talked about this scripture. I got to understand that challenges will come our way but it work together for our good. God is a partner in our labor, i.e He’s there with us through it all. This is an assurance that whatever the situation, He’ll see us through and we’ll come out victorious. Halleluyah!!!

WORD:

Abberation.
This is a term used in digital photography.

It’s a distortion of image quality or color rendition in a photographic image caused by optical limitations of the lens used for image capture. Aberrations commonly show up in the form of halation around high-contrast portions of the image, or “smearing” of color toward the edges of the frame. Aspheric lens surfaces and advanced lens coatings are often used in more expensive or complex lenses as a means of reducing aberrations.

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For more on this subject http://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/photography/tips-and-solutions/optical-anomalies-and-lens-corrections-explained

Have a great week ahead.
Cheers
@amarachukukere

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