Bishop David Oyedepo, the General Overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide spoke at the Foursquare Gospel Church 66th Annual Convention themed ‘Great And Mighty Things." While talking about our genuine love for God, he read the book of John 15:15 which says:
"No longer do I call you servants, for a servant, does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all things that I heard from My Father I have made known to you."
According to him, when we become His friend, we become His confidant. He unveils to us light without struggle. Our father Abraham was God's friend and he had express access to light. What to do to move from one level to another, he had that express access. The man of God then explained that if we are truly in love with God, our access becomes open and free. God has no problem revealing His deep things to those who are genuinely in love with Him.
However, "You don't need to start struggling with all verses, all translations, Greek to Hebrew, Hebrew to Greek," he said. Most of the time when you don't want to obey God, you will start looking for other translations just to cover up for what you don't want and there are many all kinds of Bible today. He then gave a caution that there are some Bibles that don't have the blood of Christ at all in them. Occultists are writing Bibles now. But this "thus saith the Lord" (KJV) is the one he has been using all his life. "It suits me. All the truth I got there is working. I'm not changing it," he said.
Source: Church Gist.
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