The founder and leading pastor of living Faith Church also known as Winners Chapel worldwide, Bishop David Oyedepo has taken to his social media (Twitter) and revealed that it is very possible to live heavenly life in this dark world.
It is trite to say that many Christians believe that they can not live the holy life as the angels in heaven because human beings are mortal. Also, they think that it impossible to exonerate themselves from all the social vices and enjoy life to the fullest. This in a way, has led so many Christians to giving up hope on God and dwelling on the empty promises of this 'dark world'.
However, Bishop Oyedepo who is the founder of Living Faith Church, a church filled with vast number of congregation all over the world, has revealed on his social media page that it is possible to live and enjoy all the heavenly life on Earth.
The above post is a strong message coming from a man of God, that all hope is not lost. Christians who believes in Christ can enjoy all the promises of God that exist in heaven, in this world.
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