- Ghanaian comedy actor, Funny Face, has inspired his followers on Instagram
- The ardent ''believer'' assured in post on that God will align people's lives to His will and purpose
- Funny Face shared the message along with a throwback photo-slides of his childhood and early hustling career days
Born Nana Yaw Oduro Boateng, Ghanaian comedian famed as Funny Face aka the 'children’s president', has reached out to his followers to establish that God will eventually align their lives to His will and purpose.
Funny Face addressed his followers and extensively Ghanaians via Instagram, stating that ''when the time is right, everything will fall in place…''
The popular Ghanaian comedy actor has never fallen short of expressing great appreciation to people that have positively impacted his life.
Notable among these persons is Togolese footballing professional, Sheyi Emmanuel Adebayor, who Funny Face never ceases to adorn with blissful accolades.
In a post on his Instagram handle, which has over 1.1 million followers, Funny Face highlighted God’s sovereign ability to superimpose his will, plans and purposes over one’s will and to eventually align the individual’s will to His.
''When the set time is right .... everything will fall in place .. and everything will make meaning ... God will forever be God .. my dear brothers and sisters Never give up on God ..HE is the Alpha and Omega .. whatever u are going thru now is all preparing u for d set time .. Never give up in life .. it’s just a matter of time, keep ur head up .. NEVER GIVE UP IN LIFE .. u will shine soon,'' his post said.
Funny Face encouraged people not to despise small beginnings while urging them to appreciate that what may seem as little start-ups or steps of their lives is actually God preparing them for their greater assignment and purpose.
Meanwhile, after becoming homeless at 10 while living with his mother, Jimelle Levon, an 18-year Columbus Ohio native, has toppled life’s challenging moments to become a notable fashion designer.
Jimelle Levon had a tough childhood and had to live in shelters for the homeless with his mother. Despite the difficulty they faced as a family, a determined and hard working Jimelle would grow to become a highly-sought-after stylist.
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