Bishop David Oyedepo, the General Overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, has expressed his delight and hope for the Ark project's continued success. The project is the church's largest ever, as it entails the construction of a structure with a seating capacity of more than 100,000 people. The Lord's glory is seen among his people, and he is deserving of total worship.
On the other hand, the church started a new building project recently and God is working in their midst and also putting the devil to shame. The end-of-the-age Church has considerably improved, and the gates of hell will be unable to overcome it. To make it easier for worshippers to get to Canaanland, they are now working on a number of access routes. However, the project has progressed, and you can see what God is accomplishing in the photographs below. He is a God who works miracles, and we are grateful for what he is doing for his children.
See Photos of the construction site
Source: Church Gist
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