D.O.P: Sunday Ogunyemi (Nigeria Scenes), Samuel Wright (New York Scenes)
Edited By: Abiodun Adeoye
Soundtrack: Ruth KOMOLAFE
Featuring: Shola Mike AGBOOLA, Shola ABRAHAM, Adeniyi ADELEKAN, Peter AINA, Paul ESUPOFO
After 11 years of unbroken sojourn in New York, Henry returns to Nigeria to spend one of his annual leaves. Unfortunately, he gets more than what he bargained for. He is involved in an accident that confines him to the wheel chair. After all effort to get him back on his feet failed, he resolves to stay back in Nigeria and become a source of encouragement to the emotionally distressed. Down the line, Henry comes face to face with the mother of all trials. This forms the high point of the movie
“My Conclusion” – a thought-provoking, attention arresting and life transforming production from the stable of EVOM Films Inc.
This is a lesson on how to respond to trials of faith. The true color, real taste and correct aroma of a tea bag is never known until it’s thrown inside hot water, in like manner the true value, real depth and correct status of a Christian until it is passed to the furnace of fire. When troubles come, what a lot of Christians do is to summon God to the court of reasoning and logic.
They ask God questions “God, why me?” God! Are you still alive? Why did you allow this evil to befall me? All these are foolish questions some ask, some even command God to solve their problems within a stipulated time otherwise they will stop serving Him. They give the almighty God a deadline not knowing anyone who give such arrive at a dead end. Beloved, remain steadfast even in the face of trials and troubles. Remember Heb 4:15
I ask you today, even in your present trial, I mean now that you are deep down in the valley of tribulations and afflictions. Now that you are battered on every side, now that you are in the darkest of sorrow and anguish, now that you are facing the toughest trials of your life and it seems there is no hope. What is your conclusion?