Bishop David Oyedepo of the Winners Chapel has said only church investments are currently surviving in the Nigerian economy.
Oyedepo said church investments are doing well because there are no wrong additions.
Addressing his members on Sunday, the preacher, observed that other establishments and investments may be manipulated to look flourishing but are not.
Oyedepo pointed out that “believers” are doing well in the employment of labour in Nigeria.
He said: “Remove the products of revival from Nigeria economy, there is nothing remaining.
“Let me say this and I am saying this very boldly; the only thing remaining in Nigeria today are the investments of God’s people. The only one.
“You know the other people are busy killing themselves. No plan, no purpose, no forward-l...
General Overseer of the Living Faith Church aka Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, has said he loves all Ministers of God but cannot be friends with every one of them.
“I love Jesus and I am telling you by the Holy Ghost, do not be the enemy of your destiny. Act smart and walk in the truth. I love all ministers but I am not a friend to every minister. No I cannot be,” Oyedepo said.
Oyedepo said this at a time when popular ministers of God were called out for not attending the burial of Prophet T.B Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
The clergyman, while preaching in his church, advised his members to be wary of who they associate with as it can make or mar their destiny.
”People who scorn your God can’t add value to your life. There are people you mu...
About 30 years ago, I received an invitation to minister for a week in a new church being planted in Kasubi. The church was a peel away from another church located in Nakulabye led by a friend of mine and village-mate Steven Ssozi, who went to be with the Lord some years ago.
Elders of what was then called Heritage Church had protested the Pastoral leadership of Ssozi, who had changed the ministry and surrendered to another leader. This group of elders told me about a young Pastor under the Heritage ministry who was doing a good job in a village called Zengebe - Lwampanga, Nakasongola. They said he was the right person to come to Kampala and lead the remnant members of the scattered Heritage Church. They later on brought Stephen Ssenfuma to me and invited me to speak for a week to the ...