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I belong to a superior cult – Bishop Oyedepo boasts



General Overseer, Founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide aka Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo has boasted that he belongs to a superior cult.

According to PM news, the revered cleric spoke during the International Youth Alive Convention 2022 held in Ogun state, on August 12.

Oyedepo explained to his congregation that the cult he is in, is above all other principalities and powers on earth.

He further admonished members that it is a Christians’ undying love and devotion to God that seals their dominion on earth.

In his words; “Before you join a cult, let Christ have His hold on your life. Give Him His place. Can anybody now ask me to join a cult? Even when I was growing up they can’t do it. A cult? Which cult?

We belong to a superior cult; far above all principalities and powers. If you are not in love, dominion will be theoretical. It is your love for God that is a seal of your dominion on the Earth. You are not in love, you are not a candidate; forget it.”

Also, Oyedepo addressed claims that he is the richest pastor, saying that his his church sells a lot of books translated into different languages and they attract royalties.

“We have our books now being published by different languages around the world at no charge to us and yet they send us royalties. Have I ever taken a dime from books in my life? Never! To be blessed is the purpose. And yet it sells in millions and multimillions every year.

“All these corner corner life is not the way to live. And yet they say the richest pastor in the world is this short man and they are not lying because somebody never borrowed, never begged, and never lacked. Then what does it mean to be rich? Never one day announcement that gets people jittery? And always giving and giving? Then who is a wealthy man? You better wake up!”

In other news, General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has revealed that some people mocked him when he lost his son last year.

It may be recalled that the revered clergyman lost his biological son, Dare Adeboye, who was 42 years old.

Adeboye said; “Some of you have heard this before: when I was in the saddest period of my life, with so many questions and I know that even in my deep sorrow some people were still laughing at me.”