– Bishop David Oyedepo
If you’re a student of science, you’ll know that stars don’t just pop out and shine from nowhere. A star is actually a mixture of unattractive gases which combine and form that meaningful thing you see at night. We really don’t care about where they came from or how they’re made. All we care about at that time is looking at them, wondering how they shine so bright and compare them with the other stars we see.
Just like these, we have our “earthly” stars that we look up at and compare with other stars. We grow to become their fans and watch their every move. The moment something goes wrong and they stop shining, we’re the first to know.