Think Big, Go Out There, Act Big, and Make It Big (With Yoruba Language Translation)

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Moses was seeing himself as nobody compared to the king of the most powerful nation on earth as at that time. You don’t need to compare yourself with anybody; you only need to focus on what God said about you and your own good thoughts. He thought small of himself. He didn’t have confidence to launch out.
Listen to him in Exodus 6:30 – “And Moses said before the LORD, Behold, I am of uncircumcised lips, and how shall Pharaoh hearken unto me?

What is it that you are thinking of doing? Think big, launch out in confidence and start it. You can make it, you can succeed. Maybe some others have done it and fail, your own is going to be a different scenario. You shall have positive results. God has equipped you with everything required to make it in life and anything you lay your hand upon.

You have to begin to think like God. God, your father has given it a thought and came to conclusion that you can make it, that you can succeed.


Isaiah 55:9 – “For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, AND MY THOUGHTS THAN YOUR THOUGHTS.”

It’s high time we began to align our thinking to God’s on any matter. It’s deadly to us and everything around us to always think small of ourselves: those ten spies sent to observe the Land of Canaan thought small of themselves, and they were dead; a man named Gideon also thought small of himself, if not for the higher thought and persuasion of God, he would have become a minced meat in the oven of the enemies.

Think big of yourself, go out there, act big, and make it big. You are a success!

By for now & best wishes!
© 2019, Peter F. Adewumi
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Translation to Yoruba Language
(One of the three prominent languages in Nigeria)


Mose ri ara re bii eni ti o ja mo nkankan nigba ti o n fi ara re we Oba ilu ti o lagbara ju lo ni igba naa. O o nilo lati fi ara re we enikankan; ohun ti Olorun so nipa re ati erongba rere ti o ni si ara re ni ki o ma f’oju sun. O ro ara re pin. Ko ni okan akin lati dawo le ohun rere kankan.

GBo ohun ti o wi ni Exodus 6:30 – “Mose si wi niwaju Oluwa pe, kiyesi I, alaikola ete ni emi, Farao yoo a ti se fetisi ti emi?”

Kini ohun naa ti ohun gbero lati se? Ro ero rere nipa ara re, se okan akin, ki o so gbe igbese. O le e se aseyege, o si le e se aseyori. Boya a won kan ti gbe iru igbese bee ti won si ti kuna, ona ara ni tire yoo je.

O o pin eri ayo. Olorun ti fi gbogbo ohun ti o nilo lati s’aseyege laye ati ninu gbogbo idawo le re, fun o.

O gbodo bere si ronu bii Olorun. Olorun, eyi tii se baba re ni erongba nipa re, o siso wipe o le se aseyori, pe olori ire ni o.

Isaiah 55:9 – “Nitori bi orun ti ga ju aye lo, beni ona mi ga ju ona yin lo, ATI ERO MI JU ERO YIN LO.”

O ti to akoko ki a ri pe ero okan wa ba ti Olorun mu ninu ohun gbogbo. O lewu  fun wa ati gbogbo ohun ti o yi wa ka ki a maa ro ero kekere nipa ara wa: a won mewa ni ti s ran lati wo ile Kenaani wa ro ero bintin nipa ara won, won si ko ba ayonmo ara won; okunrin kan ti a n pe ni Gidioni naa ro ero kukuru nipa ara re,  ti kii ba se ero ati igbiyanju Olorun nipa re ni, ohun naa o ba ma ja mo nkankan laye.

Ni ero nla nipa ara re, jade lo, se bi akin, ki o si se aseye t’alakan n s’epo. Olori ire ni o!

O dabo na. Ire o!
Lati owo: Peter Adewumi.
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16 thoughts on “Think Big, Go Out There, Act Big, and Make It Big (With Yoruba Language Translation)

  1. Good morning and Happy Easter to you and your family (sorry that it’s a little bit late but still worth something) my dear friend. Yes. we must always think and act big because there is always time to shrink down. Judas thought and acted small, by betraying Jesus for a handful of gold coins. When Jesus appeared to his scared and cloistered disciples one week after his crucifixion, he told them: “have faith in me.” Overcoming their misgivings, they did and went out to spread the Holy Gospel to the world at large. A big hug. Arrivederci!

    1. I’m so happy reading this comment. Judas would known there are better days ahead. He would have known that every challenge has a solution. Yes, he belittled his life and thought small of himself, and that truncated his destiny. Thanks and best wishes. More strength to your elbow.

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