Oyedepo asks Nigerians, “Have You Seen Pepper In The Past Eight Years?”



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Oyedepo asks Nigerians Have You Seen Pepper In The Past Eight Years

Oyedepo asks Nigerians Have You Seen Pepper In The Past Eight Years

The founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo, has expressed amazement at how quickly Nigerians had forgotten all of his warnings prior to the emergency declared by the current administration.

He asserts that although some of them who convicted him have passed away, others are still alive.

Oyedepo claimed that if Nigerians are unable to learn from the past, they have a very short memory during the church’s 21 Days of fasting and prayer.

“When I was explaining to them how the regime we are electing will torture your life at the time, some of the men were talking chaff. You are not a prophet just because you attend church. God gives me information and specifics about this country, and although I am aware that something is now happening, I’ll communicate to you when the time is perfect.”

“Those who asked, “What do you mean?” earlier are now breathing heavily, and some are dead.” All you have to do is be in love. You’ll stop listening to what others have to say and simply be open to what God has to say. In the last eight years, did you see pepper or not? You are aware that there are many grades and intensities of pepper. Nigerians have incredibly short memories.

“I don’t know what you want to learn if you can’t learn from the past up to now.” They made a lot of unrealistic promises, but none of them came true. You noted them in the newspaper, but you are unable to see anything there. “Come again, come again, fools come,” they are yelling.

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In Nigeria, the devil won’t be allowed to rule once more for the sake of the future of the defenseless. You’re on the road, you’re always checking the back, in the town, in the villages, and what? Security is at an all-time low.

“During the primaries or something, someone approached me and said, ‘He just wants to ask for my prayer. Good, I said. I can’t talk to you guys right now; call me later, please.

We have brought an offering, they declared. They don’t use offerings to hear from God, I retorted. He called, and when I told him not to try it since it would be pointless, he responded, “Ah, but I have so many promises. Don’t try it, goodnight, (I said), and perhaps he is now hearing me.

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