Dollar/Naira Rate: You Better Wake Up; Nothing Is Going Down, You Better Go Up – According to Bishop Oyedepo

We Didn't Turn Serving God Into A Business, God Set It Up As Business - According to Bishop David OyedepoBishop David Oyedepo, the respected General Overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, delivered a powerful sermon titled “Walking In The Covenant Of Supernatural Blessings” at the April 2024 Week of Spiritual Emphasis. Bishop Oyedepo addressed the congregation, reflecting on past economic realities and using personal experiences to underscore his message. Bishop Oyedepo emphasized the importance of upward mobility in the face of economic hardships, recalling a time when the Nigerian naira and the US dollar were valued equally. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

“I was alive here when naira and dollar were equal; one, one. I sold my first car, one thousand naira. It has four tyres,” he urged attendees, emphasizing the importance of resilience and adaptation in navigating changing economic landscapes. On the rise in Dollar/Naira rate, he then warned, “You better wake up! You better wake up! Nothing is coming down, you better go up! You better go up.”

Drawing parallels to biblical narratives of famine, Bishop Oyedepo warned of impending challenges in the modern era. He said, “All those who are bragging now, just watch! The Earth will burn like an oven but upon them that fear My name, I’ll make a difference. Malachi 4:1-2.”

He cautioned against complacency and urged individuals to prepare for the uncertainties of the future. “Every generation has its famine season,” he reminded congregants, emphasizing the need for spiritual fortitude in times of adversity.

“Every generation has its famine season, there was famine in the days of Abraham. Every generation is synonymous with famine. So the Endtime famine is one kind that will spread across all nations.”

Through poignant anecdotes and biblical references, Bishop Oyedepo conveyed a message of hope and empowerment to his audience. Encouraging them to rise above economic constraints, he emphasized the importance of proactive engagement and unwavering faith. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

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