Living Faith founder urges Christians to study the Bible

He made the plea during a one-day apostolic visit to Jos.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the Founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide made the plea during a one-day apostolic visit to Jos on Thursday night.

Speaking to over 6,000 worshipers, the cleric spoke about the importance of the Word of God.

Calling the Bible the light, he said it “is the only authority darkness understands and at the appearance of light darkness must give way without any form of discussion. ‘’

Making reference to 2 Timothy: 3 vs 16, Bishop Oyedepo said knowing and obeying the Word of God is guaranteed in order to have lasting peace and joy.

In his words, “No word of God of any private interpretation, what he tells you to do, do it and you will be on your way to enjoying peace and greatness.”

Bishop Oyedepo prays for Plateau

The Man of God also prayed for peace in Plateau. He prophesied that there would be peace in the entire state.

His comments come after the recent killing of 23 persons on Monday night at Dundu, a village in Kwall District of Bassa.

Meanwhile, Daily Post reports that over 70 people have been killed by suspected herdsmen in just one week.

At least 2,000 people have been displaced as a result of the attacks.

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