Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of Living Faith Church, claims that his ministry’s current wealth is a result of his many years of service to God.
On Tuesday, during the ongoing 21 Days of Prayer and Fasting, the richest African pastor said that purchasing a plane does not put the church under pressure, and that they will continue to fly indefinitely.
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He urged the congregation to remain committed to God’s service, emphasizing that the fruit of their labor would be heard in the end.
“The labor of many of us in the faith who have refused to give up and bow out for several years will come to light this year,” he says.
“We weren’t driving a brand-new car when God gave us a plane, and to demonstrate that it was God who gave us, we’ve been flying ever since.”
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“A plane in this Church is not a serious matter.” It does not require any attention, and it has never necessitated prayer.
“Wherever God leads you, there will be no pressure. Simply keep going. Keep going without stopping or parking. “Whatever the process looks like, the end is always sweeter.”