- Winners Chapel has said that it successfully planted a whopping number of 10,0000 churches in a year
- Bishop Abioye, the second in command of the church, announced the feat on his Instagram account on Monday, November 9
- Many members of the church also rejoiced as they thronged the comment section to express their joy
Living Faith Church Worldwide also known as Winners Chapel has achieved a milestone in ministry history.
In an Instagram post shared by Bishop David Abioye, the deputy to the church's overseer, Bishop David Oyedepo, the church celebrated establishing 10,000 new branches in one year.
The post also has the words the "wonders of the age" written over a colourful e-poster that has Oyedepo on it in his white signature suit.
The church's theme of the year, Breaking Limits, was placed at the upper left side of the flyer. Many members of the commission took to the comment section to celebrate the new victory.
See the post below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions the post got:
"Wow! To God be the glory."
"Thank you Jesus."
"It's indeed our year of breaking limits."
"Thank you Lord."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Bishop Oyedepo reacted to the looting and destruction of properties that have been going on in the country.
It was gathered that the man of God made this known during his sermon on Sunday, October 25, while he was commenting on the latest issues in the nation.
The clergyman said peace will be restored back to every nook and cranny of Nigeria. A part of his prayer read:
“The sources of agitation will be wisely dealt with and favourably dealt with; the land shall rest again in the name of Jesus Christ.
“All the hoodlums who are taking advantage of this season, let hand be joined in hand, the wicked shall not go unpunished.”
Bishop Oyedepo added that the name of the Lord will be glorified in the land again after everything that had happened in the past week.
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