My Sincere Apologies.

I know it can be annoying.

I know just how it feels.

You already planned your schedule.

You already got your colour combination.

You already had your adrenaline pumping…

But for some strange reason, the event was cancelled.

I’ve been there before and I know it’s not funny.

You may have experienced that too.

If you had planned to join me at the private workshop and luncheon I had scheduled for July 31, you must have felt a little disappointed when you got the notification that it had been postponed.

That’s why I’m writing this note.

As I type, it’s 2:10am Nigerian time but I just can’t go to bed without letting you know just how sorry I am.

I am sorry about the abrupt postponement.

There are really NO EXCUSES.

It is vital for me to mention that my schedule is becoming increasingly busy though.

Recently, I had to be in four states of the country within four days-speaking, preaching, teaching, empowering people and building God’s kingdom.

I was in Port Harcourt on Friday, Abia on Saturday, Owerri on Sunday and back to Lagos on Tuesday…I also spoke at a seminar on Wednesday…

As you may have guessed, I also had a number of  responsibilities to take care of when I got back to Lagos.

Ok…I won’t bother you with tales of my tasks and travels.

That’s not the purpose of this post.

The purpose is to simply apologize to you for any inconvenience I caused you by postponing the event.

I’d let you know the new date  by next week.

Thanks for your patience.

I really appreciate you.

4 thoughts on “My Sincere Apologies.

  1. Pastor Dammy,
    I pray for more of God’s grace for you as you trudge on in your pilgrimage. Obviously, the making of a man is not easy. May His grace suffice for you. Best wishes always.

  2. Just know this Sir, you are a Super Man, the grace ha been made available for u to conquer. Phil 4:13.
    I pray for the wisdom to know when to ay No and say Yes even when it hurts. God is your strenght preacher.

  3. @Faith, thanks for dropping a line.
    I say a resounding “Amen” to your prayer.
    I look forward to August 27.

    @Adewale, thanks for the compliment.
    I almost feel flattered.(smile)

    @Chukwuemeka, wow…all the way from Ukraine.
    Thank God for the internet.I look forward to meeting you soon.
    I would love to come over to Ukraine especially because of the great work people like Pastor Sunday Adelaja are doing over there.

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