The founder of the Living Faith Ministry International, A.K.A Winners Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo has taken to social media to disclose to believers across the globe what to do after hearing prophetic words from any man of God.
According to the prominent man of God, He advised believers via his Facebook official page that, they should allow the word of God to be their thought pattern so that prophetic ministrations will be fulfilled in their lives.
'Let the Word of God be your thought pattern. To see the fulfillment of any prophetic word in your life, let your thought pattern be formed by the Word."
So many unbelievers have been blaming God for their immoral acts. Most of the people after hearing Prophecies, relied on and expect it to manifest in their lives without taking the necessary steps. Thankfully today, the man of God has given you hints on what to do concerning this, so it's left for you you you to follow the instructions he gave. Thanks.
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