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Who doesn’t like the expression, “without limit,”? Unlimited internet, unlimited credit card, an all you can eat buffet. This concept is very appealing. No one likes to feel restricted, the majority seek their total freedom so that they can do what they want, when and as much as they want.
However, the problem is that, it’s through this mentality, that a man can become a slave to his own desires with time, without even realising it. This pattern has repeated itself over the centuries, and the same was so with King Solomon, who concluded:
“Whatever my eyes desired I did not keep from them. I did not withhold my heart from any pleasure (…) And indeed all was vanity and grasping for the wind. There was no profit under the sun,” (Ecclesiastes 2:10-11)
So, what is the secret to becoming a man that is happy and fulfilled?
All those who seek true happiness must not seek to be a man without limits, on the contrary, they should strive to be a man who knows his limits, imposes them on himself and respects the limits of others too.
That was the main message in the monthly Intellimen meeting which took place last Sunday at 4pm in the Rainbow Theatre in Finsbury Park. The attendees understood that they must learn to master self-discipline and overcome the proposals to do what is wrong or harmful.
They were then invited to reflect on whether they have established well-defined limits, followed by a prayer to seek the strength of God in order to make the appropriate changes to their attitudes.
Were you present at last week’s Intellimen meeting? Although, it was the last one of the year and the next one will be taking place in January 2024. If you would like to join the Intellimen project and become an increasingly better man, visit your nearest Universal Church and speak with your Pastor who will be able to guide you.
There are 53 challenges that will help you to evaluate the various areas in your life, as well as exclusive meetings for men that take place in our headquarters in Finsbury Park or via livestream for the outside London branches.