1 Corinthians 10:12

Wherefore let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall.

Beloved,  If there is ever a time that this warning is very important and Serious, it is now.

Because the corruption And The Pollution of this time is something else .

 Several Life And Destiny had been submerged because of failure to “TAKE HEED”

Their Life is now at a place where they can not really understand nor explain. 

Their Life is now With terrible scars that put them in the Prison of shame and guilt. 

Scripture Aside , Many We Can See around us which we have heard or known about certain words of “TAKE HEED” Which has been said to them but because of failure to obey , it put them in a Serious pitiable situation. 

Take Heed : it is a word of Serious Warning.

Because The End Of The Action has been seen , it will bring out tears from the eyes .

The action , the choice , the decision,  had been weigh in the balance , and the outcome shows Death, Pain , Regret , Loss Of Glory , Shattered Destiny, a lonely Life , tears “

Why Are Many CRYING secretly Now, they refused to “TAKE HEED “

The moment you are wise in your own eyes and fail to take caution,  you are signing your name in the records of pain and tears .


1. To pay attention and be mindful of something or someone.

2. To heed means to listen to and obey someone’s advice, warning, or instructions.

3. Taking heed implies being cautious and aware of potential dangers, risks, or consequences.

4. It involves being alert and attentive, actively acknowledging and understanding the significance of a situation or information.

5. Taking heed means being receptive and open-minded, willing to learn from the wisdom or experiences of others.

6. It means  being prudent and acting with caution in order to avoid potential harm or negative outcomes.

7. To take heed can also mean to be observant, to notice and be aware of subtle or important details that might be overlooked.

8. It means being responsive and adaptable, acknowledging and adjusting one’s behaviour or actions based on feedback or guidance.

9. Taking heed means self-awareness and self-discipline to prioritise and attend to what is necessary or important.

10. It means being responsible and accountable for one’s decisions and actions, recognizing the impact they may have on oneself and others.


1. Adam and Eve (Genesis 2-3): God warned them not to eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. 

They disobeyed and as a consequence, they were expelled from the Garden of Eden and faced hardships and struggles in their lives.

2. The people of Noah’s time (Genesis 6-9): God warned them of the impending flood and instructed Noah to build an ark. 

They ignored the warning and faced the consequence of perishing in the flood, while Noah and his family were saved.

3. Pharaoh (Exodus 7-12): God warned Pharaoh through Moses to let the Israelites go. 

Pharaoh refused to heed the warning, and Egypt faced a series of plagues, including the death of the firstborns, until he finally relented.

4. The Israelites in the wilderness (Numbers 14): God warned the Israelites about their unbelief and rebellion when they refused to enter the promised land.

 As a consequence, they were condemned to wander in the wilderness for forty years until the faithless generation perished.

5. King Saul (1 Samuel 15): God commanded Saul to completely destroy the Amalekites and everything they had. 

Saul selectively followed the command and spared King Agag and the best livestock. As a consequence, God rejected Saul as king, and his disobedience led to a series of troubles in his reign.

6. King Ahab (1 Kings 21): God warned Ahab through the prophet Elijah about the consequences of his wicked actions of acquiring Naboth’s vineyard. 

Ahab did not heed the warning, and both he and his wife Jezebel faced a severe punishment from God, with their lineage being wiped out.

7. King Jehoshaphat (2 Chronicles 20): God warned Jehoshaphat about entering into an alliance with the wicked king of Israel, Ahab. 

He ignored the warning, and this decision later led to a battle where Jehoshaphat was almost killed, but God miraculously delivered him.

8. King Belshazzar (Daniel 5): God warned Belshazzar through the writing on the wall that his kingdom would be taken from him. 

He did not heed the warning, and that very night his kingdom was conquered by the Medes and Persians.

9. Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel 4): God warned Nebuchadnezzar through a dream about his pride and arrogance. 

He did not listen and as a consequence, he was struck with madness and lived like a wild animal until he acknowledged God’s sovereignty.

10. Judas Iscariot (Matthew 26:14-16): Jesus warned Judas about his impending betrayal. 

Judas ignored the warning, and when he betrayed Jesus, he felt remorse and ultimately hanged himself.


1 . Limitations in Life 

2. Unfulfilled Dreams 

3. Unfulfilled Beautiful Prophecy 

4. Suffering And Regret 

5. Shame And Guilt

6. Missed Opportunities And Connections 

7. Public Embarrassment 

8. Emptiness 

9. Bankruptcy 

10. Unplanned Destination And Location. 

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