Was his destiny set at the begining? No, various experiences Bro Mike had didn't in any way revealed what a mega-destiny waiting for him in the future.
Sisters turned down his proposals and turned him to "gossip prayer points."
Bro Mike suffered. His suits suffered. And he suffered in the hands of "Elders" who were supposed to encourage his fledgling vision.
However, Mike Bamiloye with great doggedness, gusto, and what seemed like temporary madness, Bro Mike resigned his full-time job as a local primary school teacher, like Apostle Paul, to pursue his heavenly vision!
Who would believe in Bro Mike's vision?
I am still thinking about that woman till today! What a great woman!
What a woman of faith! What a depth of conviction to make you abandon a ready-made suitor coming from the overseas for a struggling Bro, whose only destiny was in the hands of the invisible God?
How about those Mount Zion faithful members who chose to follow a reckless brother Mike with a reckless faith in a reckless vision? Every one of those "brothers" and "Sisters" deserve a GOLD MEDAL. They are worthy of double honors.
So what Do I hate About this Movie?
No, I didn't hate anything in this movie, but...
I hate the fact that several great visions, like Bro Mike's vision has been abandoned on the altar of comfort, "easism," and lack of faith in the giver of such dreams.
I hate the fact that so many people are running away from a great future because of "temporary" circumstances...
See the movie HERE and tell me what you "Hate" about it!
For me, "It's Yes!"