Bishop David Oyedepo, the General Overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide spoke to his members on Unlocking The Supernatural 3 at Third Covenant Day of Open Doors Service, Faith Tabernacle, Canaanland, First Sunday Service.
According to him, "We have been redeemed to command dominion over death. Death shall be grossly humiliated in these last days as God’s people begin to rise up to take their place of authority over death. So it is a choice, it can't be forced on you. We have the covenant right to choose to live.
He then said, "If the devil could kill me, he would have killed me a long time ago. We belong to the class of people that witches beg to let them live. It is all light. Light will never run away from darkness, it is darkness that will clear the way for light. You better get lighted. The sting of death is sin and the power of the grave is the law. Christ has abolished both on our behalf. Therefore in the name of the Lord, Jesus, no untimely death shall be recorded in your Household any longer.
Finally, he said, "The devil used to have the power of death but he lost it at resurrection. He was killing people at will but at the resurrection, he lost it. Now he can't kill but he can inflict with the fear of death and when the fear of death comes on you, death takes over.
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