John the Baptist did no miracle-John 10 verse 41

Members of the Winners family have been admonished to be conscious of angelic protection as they joined other Christians around the world to mark Palm Sunday.
The advice was handed down by Bishop David Oyedepo, Founder and President of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, aka Winners Chapel International at Faith Tabernacle-Canaan land, Ota on Sunday 13th April 2014.

In a sermon series titled ‘walking in the realm of the miraculous’, Bishop Oyedepo specifically veered into engaging the ministry and power of angels in steering the miraculous on a day Jesus Christ made His triumphant entry to Jerusalem.

Taking his bearing from Acts 12 verses 11-12,the fiery preacher stated that angels are spirit-beings with physical impact; “Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation”-Heb.1:14,Gen 18:1-3,Dan 3:25-26,1Kgs 17:1-6.IKgs.19:5-6.

Papa as he is fondly called, posited that someone can be loaded and still be grounded, citing the case of John the Baptist who is a proof of unengaged resources. According to him, winners are too surrounded to be stranded: “The angel of the Lord encampeth round about them that fear him, and delivereth them”-Ps 34:7.
The apostle of faith disclosed steps to get angels to work which include believing in the reality of their existence and mission. One can engage their intervention in prayers, issuance of faith filled specific commands, Refusal to fear and stating what the word says at all times, he concluded.

The Holy Communion was administered to the ever growing congregation in a healing banquet which doubled as hosanna service.

The 59-year-old Omu-Aran born cleric enjoined worshipers to read PUTTING YOUR ANGELS TO WORK, thereby adding to our books of the month of Resurrection.
By Laurent Kel

1 comment:

  1. We thank God, for the life of our prophet bishop David Olaniyi Oyedepo, he's a true prophet, through it preaching of faith my life as change


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