Pastor Olukoya is not really happy with christians and believers who sleep too much. The Man of God is making that clear in his Mountain of Fire Ministries Daily Devotional were he highlights the dangers of sleeping too much as a christian.
Yesterday, he talked about how sleeping too much can make a christian lose lots opportunities and even backslide in the things of the Lord. Today, he went deeper and talked more on how christians can lose Spiritual battles because of sleep.
According to the Man of God, most spiritual battles takes place in the night time and how do you expect to win a war when you are busy enjoying sleep. He is not saying you should be awake everyday, but regularly bring out time to pray in the night.
MEMORY VERSE: “Yet a little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to sleep:” – Proverbs 24:33
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