Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) in Ile-Ife, Osun State, literally stood still last Wednesday when the founder of Living Faith Church Worldwide, a.k.a Winners’ Chapel, Bishop David Oyedepo, came for a Special Miracle Service, a crusade organised by the Obafemi Awolowo Campus Christian Mobilisation Committee in collaboration with the Lagere branch of Winners’ Chapel.
Oyedepo ministered at the two-day event, held at the New Crusade Ground on the campus. A large crowd of worshippers was at the venue before the arrival of the General Overseer. Senior management staff of the university, including the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Eyitope Ogunbodede, also attended the event.
In his sermon, Oyedepo, who preached on the theme: Understanding our root in the supernatural, took his reading from the book of Prophet Isaiah, chapter 7: 14. He described miracle as an unexplainable act of God in the affairs of men. He said it required having faith in God to trigger supernatural signs and wonders in the lives of Christians.
The bishop prayed for peace in the school in a prayer session that followed his sermon. He said the school was destined for greatness since the day it was established. Oyedepo also said prayers for Ile-Ife and the state at large.
Prof Ogunbodede, who received the Bishop, thanked Oyedepo for the visit. He also thanked the congregation and organisers for “making the programme a success”.
Oyedepo ended the crusade the following morning with a sermon on faith.
Source: The Nation
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