- Bishop David Oyedepo has given reasons why members of his church cannot be affected by the coronavirus disease
- According to the celebrated cleric, the destroyer was not permitted, hence members of the church are safe
- Going further, he said everybody in the church will fulfil destiny as a result of the covenant with God
Presiding Bishop, Living Faith Worldwide, David Oyedepo has given reason why the deadly Coronavirus could not penetrate Canaanland in Ogun.
Oyedepo, during the Church Hour of Prayer (CHoP) on Friday morning said Coronavirus could not penetrate the church because the destroyer was not permitted.
He told the congregation to attend the church’s Special Blood Sprinkling Service on Friday evening as there would be mighty visitation.
“Get ready tonight for a visitation. Among other things, the destroyer will be kept at bay. “When I see the Blood”, you can’t see what anybody drinks, “I will pass over and I will not allow the destroyer to come nigh thee.”
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“When I see the Blood, I will pass over. There can be crying and weeping all over town but it won’t come near you.
So it is a Service of Exemption where God will mark you out and keep you away from the reach of the destroyer and the covenant of longevity that you believe in, would have been established to you.
“Have you wondered why corona virus could not penetrate here? The destroyer is not permitted! We are fully armed by the grace of God with the truth of scriptures to keep the destroyer at bay. In the name of Jesus, only the shout of joy shall be heard in your territory from henceforth.
“The Lord gave this signal to silence the spirit of death from harassing families in this Church. There shall be no old man here that has not fulfilled his days. That means we will have aged people: men and women.
“Many people here, their children will be old while they are still alive. Sons and daughters will be old while they are still alive,” he stated.
Nigeria@61: I will be the last to leave if war breaks out - Bishop Oyedepo
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Bishop David Oyedepo, does not have plans of leaving Nigeria, even if there's a war.
According to the popular cleric, if war should break out in Nigeria, he will be the last person to leave the country. He disclosed this on Friday, October 1, during a church programme, “Prayers for the Nation”, organised by the church to mark Nigeria’s 61st Independence Day.
The man of God prophesied that there shall be no war in Nigeria. According to him, all those who love war will be flushed out by God.
Still praying for the country, he said Nigeria will sing a new song as a new day dawns. The cleric said by the time Nigeria is celebrating 62, all the chaos will be a thing of the past.
Bishop Oyedepo replies his critics
In an earlier report by Legit.ng, Bishop Oyedepo responded to those telling him to build factories instead of more churches.
He asked his critics if anyone collected money from them for the projects. According to him, since nobody asked them to bring money, the critics should keep quiet and face their jobs.
Oyedepo also spoke about the recently sacked pastors of Winner's Chapel, saying they were fired because of their unproductivity.