- Popular Nigerian pastor, Bishop Oyedepo, has declared that the church is back on its feet
- According to the preacher, whoever fails to see it will die for it
- Oyedepo said that spiritual famine was far more devastating and that was what the devil was looking for
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In recent times, there have been different reactions to governments across the world closing down religious gatherings and many other social gatherings that would have large people in attendance due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The pandemic has been raging all over the world and healthcare systems are struggling with containing the disease as they are being overwhelmed by more patients than they can care for.
In order to flatten the curve, many governments have closed down churches and mosques as well as other social gatherings. However, many developing countries felt the brunt of the lockdown, though markets and other essential businesses were allowed to run.
Just recently, Nigerian preacher, Bishop Oyedepo, reacted to the closure of churches. According to the man of God, the church was back on its feet.
The preacher declared this while saying that whoever does not want to see it back on its feet would die for it.
Speaking further, Oyedepo said that there was no virus as dangerous as hunger and that there was no vaccine for it except the person eats food. He also said that spiritual famine was far more devastating and that it was what the devil was looking for.
Oyedepo then said that no one has the answer to a problem except Jesus and that the church of Christ on earth was vibrating.
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Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nigerians took to social media to react in different interesting ways after Bishop Oyedepo condemned the continued closure of churches but the opening of markets.
According to the preacher, he can smell a rat. Oyedepo wondered why markets should be allowed to open while churches remain closed.
While some Nigerians on social media agreed with the preacher, many criticised him as they asked how the church is more important than the market. Others argued that people can pray from home but it is not the same as going to the market.
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