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Bishop Oyedepo Wept

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63 pages42 minutes

Summary

Truly, whoever leaves behind him the record of a noble life, has bequeathed to posterity an enduring source of good, for it serves as a model for others to form themselves by in all time to come.

The book “Bishop Oyedepo Wept” reveals the importance of early positive influence in proper child upbringing and training. It tries to unfold the invaluable and immeasurable positive influence as exemplified by Bishop Oyedepo's late grandmother, Mrs. Rachael Adeyiola Odetundu on his life during childhood and the ripples of that impact on his adult life.

“I not only saw and felt the difference my mother made in my life, I am still living out that difference as a man”
-------------------- Dr Benjamin Carson.

Just as Dr Benjamin Carson, the famous neurosurgeon from John Hopkins University, Baltimore Maryland, attributes his mother, Sonya Carson, for the reason for his success in life, Bishop David Oyedepo, the president and founder of Living Faith Church, aka, Winners Chapel, constantly applaud and unfold to the body of Christ, the educational arm of the ministry and in some of his seminars the invaluable and positive influence his late Grandmother had on his life.

The passion and continuous remembrance that Bishop Oyedepo attributes to his late grandmother, boils down to the indelible impact she had on him. What is infused into the younger and upcoming ones today is what determines the beauty, glory and color of their tomorrow. This is very important, as the home is the lense through which children get their first look at life; it is the clinic where conversation, attitudes and impression are created with respect to sobriety and reverence. It is the school where lesson of truth or falsehood, honesty and decency are learned. It is the mold which ultimately determines the structure of society.

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