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Bishop Oyedepo recalls his encounter with a woman he wanted to help

Posted by on November 24, 2021 — Drop A Comment

It is quite unfortunate that some people choose to remain ungrateful in life no matter how much you give them or how far you support them. It starts little by little from childhood and then it transcends even when they grow up. In our society today, we notice how some children can be so Ungrateful to their parents, after taking care of them right from the womb they grow up to act in a way that is uncalled for. They will even it is their parent’s responsibility if they don’t take care of me, what else will they do in life. Some are only concerned about pleasing their friends, not minding the labor of their parents for them to have a better future.

Among friends and associations, there exists a very high level of Ungratefulness. Some friends only stick around for what they can get and after they get it they are gone. Instead of being grateful, they go with the statement (what are friends for). This has become the norm as some people do not see the good that others can do for them, that they are not capable of doing for themselves.

This occurs among the highly placed and the less privileged when the rich try to lend a helping hand to the poor instead of being grateful and showing appreciation. They end up saying things like after all his wealth this is the only thing he can give to me as if they could provide for themselveseses before that time. 

Bishop David Oyedepo recalled his experience with a woman that he had compassion on because of her dejected state as shared by Church Gist on Facebook. His pity and kind heart drove him to action, as he decided to lend a helping hand to the woman. But instead of accepting the amount the Bishop gave to her, she told him that the amount is too small. He, therefore, collected back the amount he gave to her. In his words, he said, “I collected back my money from an ungrateful person”. Do you think pastor Oyedepo did the right thing? or he would have simply added more money to the among he gave already.

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