7 lessons to learn from Genesis Israel Oladele’s Return
When you are at the pinnacle of success, there will be alot of enemy’s and envy, and alot of people seeking your downfall and end, hence be careful
*2▪︎No man is immune from falling, but when he falls, he should retrace his steps and stand up.
Leaders who ignores a call to attention and corrections must not be ignored.
A common thread in the stories of fallen ministry leaders is that when people called them on their drifting, they ignored the rebukes and corrections. When a leader ignores correction, others must not ignore their shunning of correction. God is merciful to us to provide godly leaders who challenge us, and we must pay attention.
There is nothing to rejoice about in the fall of someone or a man of God.
◄ Micah 7:8 ►
“Don’t laugh at me, my enemies. Although I’ve fallen, I will get up. Although I sit in the dark, the LORD is my light.”
*Never rejoice when someone falls, you never can tell if you would be next
The Church has power in Unity and Support
When one of us err or fall, rather condemn or castigate them, let us support them.
The Church should gather around its erring ones to bring them in correction with love and discipline
We all need God’s grace.
The apostle Paul reminds us, “Whoever thinks he stands must be careful not to fall” (1 Corinthians 10:12). If we think we are standing strong, we are setting ourselves up for a fall, as we are foolish to put confidence in our flesh, in our ability, instead of God’s mercy and grace. Pastors, ministers, prophets and those in the ministries they lead need God’s grace and cannot stand without it.
A Big Lesson and Example to others
God used prophet Israel oladele to teach us a lesson and, as an example that no matter what God doesnt reject his anointed even when challenging situations come