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If there is crisis in Nigeria, I will be the last to leave – Bishop Oyedepo

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Founder of Living Faith Church, Bishop David Oyedepo, has said that leaving Nigeria even when the nation is engulfed in crisis is not a first action he would take.

According to the revered cleric, he would be the last to leave the country in case the situation becomes irreversibly terrible.

He said this during Sunday service, while admitting that things are indeed going wrong in the country.

In his words, “If there is crisis in this Nation, I will be the last to leave here.”

Speaking further, Oyedepo noted that nobody can enjoy and sustain the flow of favour without the fear of God as a lifestyle.

“Don’t rob nobody, don’t cheat on anyone. Don’t outsmart your business partners. Don’t swear falsely. Don’t take bribes. Favour is the companion of all that fear God and favour shall be your companion from now.

“Flowing in favour demands the doing of righteousness. You know there is the appropriation of righteousness that people emphasize today, but don’t be deceived, he that doeth righteousness is righteous. The doing righteousness: favour!

“There was an explosion of favour, until the time that his Word came. The Word of the Lord tried him,” he said.

This comes a week after popular televangelist, Paul Adefarasin subtly advised his Church member to start getting a plan B to exit Nigeria.

 
 
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