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7 Things You Must Never Forget To Do On a Sunday

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Below are 7 things you must never forget to do on a sunday. When you do these things, you’ll notice that you’ll be more productive, rejuvenated, and ready to tackle the work week when you wake up on Monday morning.

1. Go to church

Nigerians in church

Sunday morning offers a lot of options. The sleep option, watch tv option and a whole lot of options having to do with recreation. But there is more to gain by going to church. Aside from the positive results, you could also reap some good outcomes. So, go to church. 

2. Give your offering

7 Things You Must Never Forget To Do On a Sunday
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Give your offering in church but Pay no attention to the preachers calling for you  to give a certain amount. Instead give what you can afford, so long as its from your heart, God will accept it.

3. Don’t forget to not pay your tithe

Dont pay tithes

Tithes as some of you may know, is not compulsory. Its not Gods plan for you to give 10% of your income to your pastor. Your pastor only hammers on tithing because thats where most of his money comes from. So, stop adding to your pastors wealth.

4. Help a needy

Help the needy

Nothing is better than that feeling you get when you help someone, most especially the needy -beggars, motherless children etc – This feeling is indescribable in words. 

Help someone not only on sundays, but everyday of the week if you can.

When you see the happiness in their faces you will feel happiness yourself.

5. Read your bible

Always read your bible

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Reading the Bible can help you sort through all the craziness to see what’s really important. It brings about peace in our lives rather than allowing us to wallow in our confusion, builds our relationship with God, and it also brings you back to faith rather than religion.
You should do this as often as you can and not only on sundays.

6. Try to keep the day holy


Seeing as it’s a sunday you need to strive to keep the day holy, you can achieve this by reading your Bible and avoid watching messed up programs on TV.

7. Spend some quality time with your family

Spend quality time with your family

On weekdays we are so busy that we often forget to spend some quality time with our family. So on Sundays, after coming back from church, ensure you spend some quality time with your family. it doesnt matter what you guys do or talk about, the more time you spend together, the better chance you have of sharing quality experiences and staying together.



Uzonna Anele
Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.

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