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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by Bellotelli: 2:11pm On Jun 11
Thief pass thief.... But in the end they are all thieves.

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by wristbangle(m): 2:11pm On Jun 11
What an inspiration cool
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by Ubdavis(m): 2:11pm On Jun 11
If u don't give a bleep about this thread , gather here let's take selfy ...

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by Willie2015: 2:14pm On Jun 11
Summary

Success has many friends, failure is an orphan....

If Pastor Adeyemi had been on the other side of the equation.... Bishop Oyedepo will disown him 7 times....

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by toluwa1(f): 2:14pm On Jun 11
Helpful
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by essenceplus: 2:14pm On Jun 11
Ok
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by sevo(m): 2:17pm On Jun 11
Ubdavis:
If u don't give a bleep about this thread , gather here let's take selfy ...
Maybe you should go learn how to spell selfie first....before giving a fvck abt the post

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by farem: 2:18pm On Jun 11
helinues:
Same way your protocols also denied other people

Karma is a bae

See derailed destiny!
This is all your medulla can decipher from this lesson.
Bitterness renders brain fattened.
Make up

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by ricon: 2:21pm On Jun 11
So whenever you find yourself complaining about an apperant lack of attention from a busy person, the solution is to just go and get busy with your life and assignment. First of all, discover your specific assignment, your niche, and grow in your influence. Get busy!

This is because recognising each other when you’re both at the top is far easier and effortless than recognising each other at the crowded ground level



That's word!

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by PatrickOkunima(m): 2:21pm On Jun 11
No be only you. He's my no. 1.
Westsida:
I like this Sam Adeyemi preaching like mad!

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by raptex(m): 2:25pm On Jun 11
I weep for those who participated in this crap.Imagine giving out your house or salary just like that![quote author=blaqhat post=79227574].

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by Ubdavis(m): 2:29pm On Jun 11
sevo:

Maybe you should go learn how to spell selfie first....before giving a fvck abt the post

My English teacher, English language has metamorphosed , I'm afraid u are still behind.
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by InvertedHammer: 2:35pm On Jun 11
HigherEd:


As told by Pastor Sam Adeyemi.

where I first told him I wanted him to mentor me in ministry; because I needed the same grace of effortless accomplishments on his life and ministry.




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Effortless accomplishments?

Some morons will still carry money and give this religious hustler.

Well...he is honest enough to admit that it is all business not salvation.

/

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by luluosas(m): 2:42pm On Jun 11
Na waoh
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by Buckubuck(m): 2:44pm On Jun 11
Nigerians and hero worshipping. If the protocol unit of the white house give you a certain date and time to meet Trump, I can assure you the only reasons you might not meet him at that time is if a national emergency occurs or you're late yourself. I don't think bishop is busier than Trump.
Lesson: Africans are generally poor at planning and keeping appointments

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by donziggyman(m): 2:47pm On Jun 11
Imagine the way men turn to worship fellow man. In Roman Catholic in our parish our bishop doesn't move with troops yet they are safe and sound without the fear of the unknown unlike this gods of men moving everywhere with missiles ,grenade and assault rifles. Spits. You won't believe the heavy armed soldiers in redeem rivers province five house of grace woji port Harcourt. Go there and see for yourself.

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by OBAGADAFFI: 2:48pm On Jun 11
Some people didn't bother reading the inspiration.

Pastor Sam is simply say get busy.

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by luluosas(m): 2:49pm On Jun 11
They have been scammed even by my RCCG church
raptex:
I weep for those who participated in this crap.Imagine giving out your house or salary just like that!

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by joyay: 2:53pm On Jun 11
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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by joyay: 2:54pm On Jun 11
I love the take home lesson.. it has already made my month

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by OlujobaSamuel: 3:01pm On Jun 11
oluwaseyi000:
Giving appointment to far more people than you can meet in a day is just not right
Na only you speak my mind, it's bad management practice to give an appointment you have no plan to keep.

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by chijokz(m): 3:05pm On Jun 11
raptex:
I weep for those who participated in this crap.Imagine giving out your house or salary just like that!
I don't weep for them. After giving their house, cars, salary, etc and they find themselves in a financial mess, their pastors tell them to pray and God will provide..then they reach out to me, you and other smart ones for financial assistance.

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by Carlyscales: 3:18pm On Jun 11
helinues:
Same way your protocols also denied other people

Karma is a bae
Just wondering if you actually read or understood the write up.

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by joiyke89: 3:27pm On Jun 11
I LOVE THIS
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HigherEd:
[b]How Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not All Allow Me See Him And The Lessons I Learnt - Bishop Oyedepo




As told by Pastor Sam Adeyemi.

The first day I went to Canaanland, Ota to see Bishop David Oyedepo was a memorable one full of lessons. I had met him at the National Ecumenical Centre, Abuja where I first told him I wanted him to mentor me in ministry; because I needed the same grace of effortless accomplishments on his life and ministry.

He had his PA give me his complimentary card, then told me to come to his office at Canaanland, Ota. I was so excited that I couldnt wait for the Independence Day National Christain Service to end at the Ecumenical Centre so I could dash home and tell my wife about my encounter with the bishop.

On the appointed date, I went to Canaanland, Ota with my wife Nike to see the bishop. We waited for six hours and could not see him. There was a crowd of people also waiting. He is a thoroughly busy person, and he gives a good measure of time to each person that enters the office.

I was totally disappointed that day. I thought he would tell his orderlies and PA to bring me inside immediately once they saw me; because I was Pastor Sam Adeyemi of Daystar Christain Center.

By 3pm, we were all told to go home and come at another appointed day; without as much as any explanation. Since I entered full time ministry, that was my first time of having to wait for an audience with someone; to wait for a full six hours!

I went home angry. I told myself I wont go there again. “What sort of thing is this?” “How can I stay there and waste a whole day without seeing the bishop?” “Dont I have other things to do?” I kept fuming to myself at home. I couldnt calm down to piece together all that happened at Canaanland that day. For all I cared, the bishop knew I was coming that day to see him.

But my wife kept telling me to be patient so as to get what I want. Nike talked me into going back to canaanland for another wait for the bishop. I finally determined that I must see him, no matter the time it would take.

On the new date of appointment, I went again with my wife and waited another six hours before we were sent home. I had cancelled a lot of meetings and shifted a dozen appointments to go back to Canaanland, Ota. I was so thoroughly washed down by that second disappointment.

It then happened for the third time before my wife stopped talking me into going again. She allowed me to make my decision. I had had enough. I went home and got busy. I neither called the bishop during this my period of total hands-on-ministry, nor went to see him again. I simply bought all his books, and a thousand tapes of the bishop. I read the books till they became a part of me. I listened to the tapes at home, in the office, and when I’m driving. I soaked myself in the work of the ministry. We started many projects in our church, including setting up schools, orphanages, and the Daystar Leadership Academy. I didn’t bother to call nor try fixing another appointment with his PAs.

Six months later, we met at the domestic wing of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos, and you should have seen the look of surprise and happiness at the same time on the bishop’s face.

“This my son. Where on earth have you been?” Did you travel to Mars?” He hugged me so tight as if his life depended on it. He was all smiles. He started asking me questions about how ministry has been going, and I answered excitedly, with all the clarity he wanted.

We found a seat in the lounge and talked for about 30 minutes; because the flight was delayed by 30 minutes. He kept asking questions and I kept talking.

The next day, the bishop called me. He called me again after three days. From then on, seeing him became less cumbersome. That was how I became a regular keynote speaker at the Covenant University Special Programmes on Character Development and National Transformation.

Today, the bishop pubicly refers to me as one of his favourite sons in ministry, and our ministry has grown in leaps and bounds because I sense the same grace upon the bishop operating in our ministry too.

TAKE HOME LESSON
Deep calls unto deep. Men of destiny, men of purpose, men who are busy and occupied with their primary assignment on the earth can easily recognise themselves across a hall when they meet.

All things being equal, busy people love busy people. Busy people rarely love to associate with, or accomodate people who slow down their momentum.

So whenever you find yourself complaining about an apperant lack of attention from a busy person, the solution is to just go and get busy with your life and assignment. First of all, discover your specific assignment, your niche, and grow in your influence. Get busy!

This is because recognising each other when you’re both at the top is far easier and effortless than recognising each other at the crowded ground level. The high decibel of noise and purposeless activity of the crowd at the ground level, comprising of people of all sort of character and orientation will never allow that to happen.

Up your game!


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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by phransix2: 3:27pm On Jun 11
I so love his younger brother... Victor Adeyemi of Global Harvest Church very down to earth teachings with so much humility...

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by gbeymey(f): 3:36pm On Jun 11
Wow!
Very inspiring.
Just GET BUSY
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by Billionaire09: 3:39pm On Jun 11
blaqhat:
.

MMM churches.

Africans will never be free from religious slavery.


Thank say man no be God.

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Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by HeyCorleone(m): 3:50pm On Jun 11
HigherEd:

If they attend to everybody they wouldn't have a life I guess.

How else do they make you see them as important if they don't surround themselves with right security? Don't you remember that Jesus walked around with bodyguards? Or have you forgotten the book of erm...erm... see, lemme get back to you.
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by PrimadonnaO(f): 3:50pm On Jun 11
Chubhie:

Just carry Ghana must go bags of money and if they refuse for you to see him, threaten that you are leaving with your money. they would usher you into his presence fast fast. A mans gift maketh way for him. The Bishop respects this bible verse.

I won't call you a FOOL. No. Not today.
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by HeyCorleone(m): 3:51pm On Jun 11
hisexcellency34:
Anointing pass anointing
Lol. Nope.
We're all coheirs in Christ.
Re: Pastor Sam Adeyemi: "Bishop Oyedepo's Protocol Did Not Allow Me See Him" by HeyCorleone(m): 3:58pm On Jun 11
CodeTemplar:

If it was some other people that had been turned down, I am sure they would quickly concluded that the bishop isn't sensitive or some other negative things. I
Bishop Oyedepo works long hours and is about one of the busiest men I know of. It would be wrong for such a busy and equally important man to now go to take public flight and be delayed for 30 minutes.

But my sole question, and maybe you can help with the answer, is, where are these MOGs always going to? Because the common retort as to why they have a private jet is that "it helps facilitate their journey".

Where are they always going to? The Pentecostal arm is structured in a very nonsensical way.

You don't see the Bishop of Rome, or the Patriarch of the Russian Orthodox Church, or other leaders of other Orthodox and early Protestant Churches flying up and down. It's not done. Why then do they have bishops? Why should they travel to another country or state for a very petty reason?

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