Winners' Bishop Oyedepo Releases Prophetic Theme Of The Month
Bishop David Oyedepo during day one of Shiloh 2018. Photo source: Twitter.

The founder and presiding bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners’ Chapel, David Oyedepo, has released prophetic theme for the month of October.

Concise News reports that the respected cleric announced this divinatory message on the official Twitter page for the Outreach Arm of his Liberation Ministry on Sunday.

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The tweet centers on ‘praise and thanksgiving’.

It reads: “PROPHETIC THEME OF THE MONTH! God Still Works Wonders Through Praise – Ps. 67:5-7. As you engage the sickle of thanksgiving and praise this month, I see God changing your levels dramatically. #LFCLiveService #CovenantDayofFavour #PowerofPraiseSunday”

Cleric cautious against pride, says it causes suicide

In related news, an Ilorin cleric, Pastor Adedoyin Adeyemi, has cautioned Christians against pride, saying that it was what made Lucifer fell out of favour with God.

Adeyemi gave this warning while giving his sermon at a service marking the end of a 30-day School of Answered Prayers (SOAP) programme of Christ Foundation Bible Church in Ilorin on Saturday.

“Pride goes before disgrace.

“A proud person claims to know it all; he is a lonely person because he isolates himself.

“Proud people are prone to committing suicide, because they are afraid of change and failure.

“They get depressed because it didn’t work their way. Why not try again? He does not even want to try because he feels it is belittling and resorts to taking his life.

“Pride produces quarrel, arrogance, disgrace and ultimately destruction. A proud person does not go too far in life,’’ the cleric said.

He added that proud people could not succeed on their own, because a tree could not make a forest.

Adeyemi urged Nigerians to be very careful of pride and careless talks.

He urged that people should value others and make them important, respect them, appreciate and understand other people’s limitations.

“Humility is the key to progress, if you want to live long, respect others, and be an active listener.

“Admit your mistakes and learn how to apologise, stop comparing yourself with others. The Bible says comparing yourself with others is foolishness,’’ the cleric stated.

He stressed that humility was imitating God, adding that God rewarded and saved the humble.