- Pastor Paul Enenche has promised to present an aircraft gift to Bishop David Oyedepo to add to the one he currently uses
- The founder of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre made the promise at the church’s combined service in Abuja
- Pastor Enenche noted that he wants to live a kingdom-first lifestyle and be a major giver in the kingdom
Enenche said, Oyedepo, who is his father in the Lord, deserved another aircraft even though he had one he is currently using, PM News reported.
Legit.ng gathers that the pastor made the promise while speaking at the church’s combined service at the Glory Dome, Abuja.
The cleric added that he wanted to live a kingdom-first lifestyle and that he wanted to be a major giver in the kingdom.
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“I want to live a Kingdom-first lifestyle, start now! I want to be a major giver in the Kingdom, don’t wait! I believe that one day, I will buy my father in the Lord (Oyedepo), an aircraft.
“I’m trusting God for that, not that he can’t buy for himself, but this is just to add to what you have Sir, but before I reach that level, when he bought this current aircraft many years ago, I went to him with an offering; I said, “This is for aircraft’s tyre.”
“The meaning of it is; if I had enough money to buy the aircraft, I could have bought it but, since I cannot buy it now, at least this money is equivalent to the tyre – plenty money because every part of the elephant is big."
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Pastor Adeboye: Daddy GO visits Oyedepo's $200m ark legacy project
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) visited Canaanland in Ota, Ogun state to see the Ark Legacy Project of Bishop Oyedepo.
In a post shared on the church's official Facebook page and seen by Legit.ng, Pastor Steve Ogah of the Winners Chapel thanked him for the visit, his love and goodwill towards the ministry.
The project according to reports will cost well over $200 million on completion.