*Receive it (in your mind).
*Believe it (in your heart).
*Declare it (with your mouth).
*Put it to work.
*Walk in its consciousness.
*Be Assured that God’s integrity is committed to perform it.
Bishop David Oyedepo
The beloved Daddy G.O recently showed off his piano playing skills online as he plays along to the hymnal “Stand Up for Jesus”.
The clip shared which shows him playing the popular hymn was captioned: “If you stand up for Jesus here on earth, when you need and get to heaven, JESUS will stand for you! @thehgservice.”
Reacting to the video Gospel minstrel Nathaniel Bassey said:
“Is this beautiful or what? Amazing… I have said it time without number, that preachers with a musical inclination always have something more special ….”
While praising the revered man of God, Nathaniel Bassey also sends a message to fellow artistes:
“And by the way if you are a singer and you can’t play any music instrument, receive Mercy in Jesus’ name.”
While preaching recently, the founder of Living Faith Ministries, popularly known as Winners Chapel,Bishop David Oyedepo notes that he has been very blessed despite not investing in a business, according to Information Nigeria
He goes on to reveal the secret - being a man of purpose. According to the popular preacher, having purpose leads to accomplishment.
In Bishop Oyedepo’s words, “I have discovered that men who make outstanding impact in their generation are men of purpose. You too must become a man of purpose to become a man of accomplishment. You are not every man, you are just one man. That means one thing is sufficient for you to pursue. So, give it all you’ve got, and you will get all it contains.”
He further explains that being a man of purpose means doing the one thing God has created him to do.
“I am doing only one thing in the world, and that is what He has sent me to do. I have not invested money into any form of business, yet I am blessed as I pursue my goal. Show me a man with a goal and I would show you a goal-getter in the making,” he concludes.
Sharing on Facebook on Sunday, Bishop Oyedepo said in a post titled “Covenant Blessings for this Week”:
“Even the sky is no limit to your glorious destiny in Christ, all you have to do is stay on duty and He will keep changing your position.
Stop waiting at the door for God to bless you, engage in divine instructions.
As you make your choice to serve God, you will enjoy strong and long life in Jesus’ name!
Every air of drought around your life is finally over!
No more droughts in your career and marriage!
Grace to enjoy serving God, receive now in the name of Jesus!
You will not suffer closed heaven anymore!
Your family will not suffer untimely death, you will not bury your children and you will not die young!
Your long awaited miracle job is delivered in Jesus’ name!
Whatever is responsible for tension in your home is over in the name of Jesus!
God is opening new chapters in your life!
Your heaven shall remain open and you will never know drought!
One Chimeze Chuta has been arraigned by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) yesterday, before Justice Mojisola Dada of the State High Court sitting in Ikeja, Lagos for stealing $56,000.00 (Fifty-six Thousand United States Dollars) from Nigeria’s richest pastor and founder of the Living Faith Church aka Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo.
The defendant, a former employee in the publishing unit of Dominion Book Stores, an online book store belonging to The Living Faith Church Worldwide, allegedly hacked into the company’s mail and diverted payments for some goods bought by online customers to his personal account.
According to EFCC, Chimezie was an active member of the Living Faith Church Worldwide for six years, had sometime in 2013, proposed to the church to build an online digital media store that would showcase all of Bishop David Oyedepo’s books and audio messages online, to enable members of the church in the Diaspora to buy them and also receive digital copies. The project was approved by the Church absolutely free of charge on contract basis. It was further revealed that the defendant handed over all the relevant materials to the ICT department of the church.
However, the defendant was alleged to have later gone behind to hack into the computer server of the church to perpetrate the fraudulent act.
The suspect was arrested on grounds that he has committed an offence contrary to Section 285(7) of the Criminal Code Law of Lagos State No. 11 of 2011. When the charge was read to him, he pleaded not guilty. In view of his plea, the prosecution counsel, Gabriel Akaogu, asked the court for a trial date and prayed the court to remand the defendant in prison custody.
However, the defence counsel, R.E. Osige, urged the court to admit his client to bail.
Justice Dada adjourned the case to March 7, 2018 for hearing of bail application and commencement of the trial.