NOT AN ORPHAN: A MOVIE OF HOPE AND PROOF THAT THERE IS NO ORPHAN IN THE KINGDOM OF GOD.

Not An Orphan
Not An Orphan


‘A father of the fatherless, and a judge of the widows, is God in his holy habitation’ Psalm 68:5
Not An Orphan is a Johnson Odesola film released in 2018, the plot of the movie revolves around a young, intelligent and outstanding officer Daniel who despite being a devoted Christian faced a lot of rejection because he was an orphan, he was described as ‘a man with no roots’. This rejection he faced came from people in the Body of Christ.


The very convincing act was put together by the following stars: Joshua Alawiye, Victoria Odesola, Kolade Segun-Okeowo, Tolulope Odesola, Morakinyo Abiodun, Adenike Aderemi-Fashikun and others. The movie was directed by Adepoju, Abayomi Ojo and Pastor J. F. Odesola who birthed the story.


The movie is a must watch for every believer as it demonstrates what people go through even in Christ, it shows that rejection can come to even a successful person but most importantly, it tells how these rejections can be managed with the help of God. The efforts and resources put together in the making of the movie are highly commendable.


The movie was highly credit by Ministers like the legendary film maker Evangelist Mike Bamiloye. Talking about the movie, he said, ‘Lord Jesus said the spirit of the Lord is upon me, He has anointed me to preach the good new to the poor.

So, inside the movie there is that good news, He said He has anointed me to open the prisons for the captives. We saw deliverance in the movie and He said to heal the broken hearted, that is the major aspect of the movie; healing of the broken hearted, people that feel lonely, message to the lonely, message to the rejected, dejected, downtrodden.’


Sources:
Witnessgospelreviews
Gospelfilmnews

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