Following criticisms from different angles that follow the absence of prominent pastors in Nigeria at the burial ceremony of the popular prophet in Lagos last week, the General Overseer of the Living Faith Church aka Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, has said he loves all Ministers of God but cannot be friends with every one of them.
“I love Jesus and I am telling you by the Holy Ghost, do not be the enemy of your destiny. Act smart and walk in the truth. I love all ministers but I am not a friend to every minister. No I cannot be,” Oyedepo said.
Oyedepo said this at a time when popular ministers of God were called out for not attending the burial of Prophet T.B Joshua, founder of the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
The clergyman, while preaching in his church, advised his members to be wary of who they associate with as it can make or mar their destiny.
”People who scorn your God can’t add value to your life. There are people you must delete from your list of contacts. Delete them!
“There are people that you meet that would end your life and also delete them from your list.”
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