Bishop David Oyedepo, the Founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, commonly known as Winners Chapel, has explained the reason for his fleet of private jets, emphasizing that it is a result of God’s abundant blessings.
During a recent sermon at his church, Bishop Oyedepo shared that his church has been acquiring private planes with the frequency of changing bicycles, all due to God’s blessings.
He stated that when God initially revealed to him that he would be flying, neither he nor his church pursued it through human efforts. He said, “God told us we are going to fly; if He left us to plan to fly, it won’t enter our budget in the next ten years. We are just changing planes like we change bicycles because His blessings make us rich and add no sorrow.”
Bishop Oyedepo further explained that there was no specific confession or prayer regarding the type of plane they would acquire, as he wasn’t shopping for any particular model. Instead, they trusted in God’s providence.
Regarding the Ark Project, Bishop Oyedepo clarified that there had been no announcement of offerings at Canaanland or the church’s branches for the project. He highlighted that despite fluctuations in the dollar-to-naira exchange rate, the blessings had not diminished, and there was no external foreign exchange input into the Ark Project.
Regarding tithing, Bishop Oyedepo emphasized the biblical significance of tithes, asserting that people who faithfully tithe do not experience lack. He cited the example of John D. Rockefeller, a famous tithe payer, who became the first American billionaire in history. According to Bishop Oyedepo, “People don’t lack what they give; they only lack what they keep. He was tithe raised, tithe groomed, and tithe sustained.”
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