DWOJ Daily Words of Jesus Devotional Post March
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Wednesday, 29th March, 2017.

Bible reading: Exodus 31:1-6, Proverbs 22:29.

Memory verse: Not slothful in business; fervent in spirit; serving the Lord” Romans 12:11

3) Anne-Marie Imafidon born in 1990 is a British computing, mathematics and language child prodigy. She is one of the youngest to pass two GCSEs in two different subjects

while in primary school. She passed two GCSE Examinations (in Mathematics and Information technology) at the age of 11.

At 13, in 2003, she received a British scholarship to study Mathematics at Johns Hopkins University. At 15, in 2005, she was admitted a degree program by the University of Oxford. At 17, she started a Masters degree at Oxford University and, at 19 in June 2010, she became the youngest ever graduate with a masters degree.

4) Osarieme Omonuwa, is a Nigerian who broke the jinx at the University of Reading to become the first black woman to earn a first class degree in the history of the 121-year-old institution. Sometimes ago, the International Conference Center in Abuja, called to the bar with a thunderous applause as Omonuwa marched forward to receive her numerous academic laurels.

Her academic prowess saw the young lady winning almost all the prizes including the best overall female graduating student among 6, 883 students that sat for the examinations. Consequently, she bagged a total of six Prizes: Best Student of the year, Council of Legal Education Star Prize, Corporate Law Practice amongst others.

The Edo State born Omonuwa not only arrived at the Law School with a University of Reading, first class degree in Law, but also emerged as the very first Nigerian to graduate the final bar examination from overseas with a first class BL degree, a feat in the 51-year existence of the Nigerian Law School.

Quote: Provoke your innovative mind coupled with excellence in your academic work.

Prophetic Word: I spark up the spirit of creativity, in the name of Jesus. 

Prayer point:

I receive the spirit of innovation, invention and excellence that will single me out in my academic pursuit and in my generation, in the name of Jesus.

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