PRLog - April 27, 2014 - IRVING, Texas -- Dallas, TX. Rev. (Dr.) Francis Iselowo launched his new book My Destiny, Go Forward on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at the Christ Apostolic Church DFW Metroplex, 612 East Second Street, Irving, Texas at a ceremony charged with many inspirations about how men can optimize their lives through realignment to maximize the glory that God planned for them. The book discusses how to one’s destiny, identifying one’s current situation, and re-focus one’s activities to maximize the glory destined for one’s life.
Pastor Jeff Daniel from Kingdom Life Church, Arlington, Texas exhorted the congregation about the very reason to carefully study God. He insistently demanded that everyone clearly identifies his/her image in the mind of God. He submits that this is the challenge to identifying one’s specific purpose in life and makes it easy to identify the correct paths to take in life. He confirms that My Destiny, Go Forward is an important tool in preparing for the analysis. Pastor O. J. Kuye from RCCG House on The Rock, Grand Prairie, Texas opined that even when those on the right path must be ready for opposition and challenges. He reminded the congregation to remember that David had to contend with 7 brothers in addition to King Saul before his destiny was fulfilled. He also talked about Joseph and his 10 brothers who were determined to kill his vision. Kuye educated the congregation about King Solomon who was born for the specific destiny of building God’s temple. Solomon knew why his purpose, he prepared for it, completed it. The completion gave him authority to publicly claim that he fulfilled destiny.
Dr. Henry O’Lawrence in his review of the book claimed that as a former catholic, medical doctor and critic his skepticism about reading another book gave way to a challenge of the principles that govern his life as he read My Destiny, Go Forward. He concluded that the book is about developing a conceptual framework to devise dreams upon a calculated vision. O’Lawrence thinks that Chapter 3 of the book should actually be Chapter 1 because this chapter discusses the urgency in searching for one’s destiny, including the dangers inherent in delays. He also thinks that Chapter 4 should become Chapter 2 to build on the urgency demanded to optimize what is left of one’s life. He concluded that the book motivates him to become a change agent for God. Rev. Vincent Enyioke, Senior Pastor of The First Baptist Church, Arlington Texas says this book is a goldmine from the first page to the end. He encourages every wise person to buy and study it. Enyioke says it is an undeclared autobiography of Iseolowo because Iselowo’s birth certificate is encoded somewhere in this book, and he suggested that those who know how to explore for treasures should begin with this clue because it leads to many valuable discoveries. Enyioke says the entire book is Chapter 1 to him because the evidence of your birth is the certainty of your humanity. When you find the evidence, you find your purpose.
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