“It’s a risk to steal in the House of God”- Bishop Oyedepo
The founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo has warned youth that is risky to steal in the ‘house of God’. Information Guides Nigeria
He described the church as a “dreadful place” cautioning worshippers to flee from committing such acts in the church.
He said this during an International Youth Alive Convention 2021 in Canaanland Ota in Ogun State.
According to Sahara Reporters, in his words: “In one of the Shilohs, I warned people and somebody was found trying to pick something that was not his and he ran mad immediately”.
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“I waited so as to sound this note of warning. ‘How dreadful is this place. This is none other but the house of God and this is the gate of heaven. jamb results
“Be warned against picking anything that is not yours. Be warned, be warned. It’s a risk. Should anyone have an ulterior mission for being in camp? Be warned, it’s a dreadful place.
“I waited to give you this message before blessing you to go for the night. See it and look away. And don’t try it yourself.”
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