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  • Updated: Jan 10, 2021

Oyedepo Releases Prophetic Instruction On 2nd Sunday Of 2021

Oyedepo Releases Prophetic Instruction On 2nd Sunday Of 2021

The founder and presiding bishop of Winners’ Chapel, David Oyedepo Sunday shared a prophetic instruction.

 In an update posted on the official Twitter page for the Outreach Arm of his Liberation Ministry, the cleric asked believers to expect testimonies.

"Take up your list and decree enough is enough on every one of the item on the list," Oyedepo stated.

"Wave them to the Lord in expectation of every one of them being turned into testimonies."

In a piece of related news, on Saturday, Bishop David Oyedepo's wife, Faith, enjoined servitude to God.

Alongside her photo was the caption: "Addiction to kingdom service frees you from pressure and positions you for your desired miracle. God does not only require you to fear, love and walk with Him, He also requires that you serve Him."

David Oyedepo has been seen as one of the pioneers of the Christian charismatic movement in Africa and has been referred to as one of the most powerful preachers in Nigeria.

The teachings of Oyedepo have put him in the category of what is commonly called the Word of Faith Movement.

READ ALSO: 2021: Winners Chapel’s Bishop Oyedepo Releases New Year Message, Prophetic Declarations

He has referred to principal exponents of the Faith Movement such as Kenneth Copeland, Gloria Copeland, the late Kenneth Hagin, E. W. Kenyon, T. L. Osborn, Smith Wigglesworth as well as renowned Nigerian preachers; Enoch Adeboye and the late Benson Idahosa as mentors.

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