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Winners Chapel denies Oyedepo’s retirement

The Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners Chapel, has denied rumours that the founder of the church, Bishop David Oyedepo, was set to retire from active service.
The Church’s Mandate Secretary, Pastor Yemi Nathaniel, said any such reports were not true.
According to him, “Every apostolic ministry like ours is a priestly commission and because priesthood is for a lifetime, his (Oyedepo) presidency and priesthood is for a lifetime.“Moses, Joshua, Aaron ministered and his son also did; Elijah, Elisha and Paul, among others. Therefore any online publication purporting his retirement is false.
“For those interested, the Red Book, The Mandate, explains our succession plan. The good news of generational success as promised by God for the righteous must be causing pains for the ignorant, the envious and the wicked. Refuse to be a part of propagating evil.” Reports on Friday had claimed that Oyedepo’s eldest son, David Jnr, who presides over the branch of the church in London, United Kingdom, was to be named the resident pastor of Canaanland, the church’s headquarters in Ota, Ogun State on January 10.
According to reports, while operating as the resident pastor of the Faith Tabernacle in Ota, David Jnr will be saddled with the responsibility of overseeing the activities of the church worldwide.

SEE PHOTOS OF FRAGMENTS FROM THE WORLD’S OLDEST KORAN

Fragments of the oldest Koran in existence, which were discovered at a British university library, could be from the original copy of the Muslim holy book.
Leading academic Jamal bin Huwareib believes the pages found at Birmingham University earlier this year are from the first assembled Koran by the Prophet Muhammad’s close friend Abu Bakr.
The pages, thought to be between 1,448 and 1,371 years old, were discovered bound within the pages of another Koran from the late seventh century at the university’s library.

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GOD HEALED THEY BREAST:Woman goes viral after claiming her 2 unequal breasts got healed at Shiloh

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A woman went viral on social media after she claimed on her Facebook page that her 2 unequal breasts was cured at Shiloh by Pastor David Oyedepo .
Posted on Facebook by Endy Edeson, the post said that a woman’s boobs realigned after being prayed for by Bishop David Oyedepo at the annual Shiloh event.
The post reads:
“On Friday, I entered the main church building called “FAITH TABERNACLE” where the Man of God, David Oyedepo was preaching. I saw him live in white suit as he ministered. After preaching, the man of God started performing miracles, he commanded witches and wizards to go out of miracle-seeking member’s bodies. He assured BELIEVERS that their problems will be solved with his thunderous prayers. Immediately he finished his miracle prayers, he asked members to come and testify.
Many members were healed, some were healed of fracture, deafness, blindness and bed-wetting but what I couldn’t figure out up till now was a member who claimed that her TWO BREAST wasn’t equal, One Breast was SMALL while the other Breast was BIG.
As soon as Bishop David OYEDEPO prayed, she received her miracle and the two unequal breasts became 2 Big equal breasts. Everyone shouted hallelujah, glory be to God for such an unusual healing. They thanked the God of Bishop Oyedepo for healing her.”

SAUDI ARABIA LIED!!!Hajj stampede killed THREE TIMES the number of deaths reported by Saudi Arabia: New figures find that 2,411 pilgrims were crushed to death

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A stampede during the hajj in Saudi Arabia in September killed at least 2,411 pilgrims, according to a new count, some three times the number of deaths acknowledge by the kingdom.Figures compiled by the Associated Press established that the crush at Mina was the deadliest in the history of the annual pilgrimage.Saudi Arabia rebuffed criticism from its regional rival Iran and efforts by other countries to join a probe intothe deaths. Although King Salman ordered an investigation into the tragedy almost immediately, few details have been made public since.
The count by the Associated Press is based on state media reports and officials’ comments from 36 of the over 180 countries that sent citizens to the hajj. Hundreds of pilgrims remain missing. The official Saudi toll of 769 people killed has not changed since Sept. 26, and officials there have yet to address the discrepancy.The state-run Saudi Press Agency has not mentioned the investigation into the disaster since Oct. 19, when it reported that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, who is also the kingdom’s interior minister, was ‘reassured on the progress of the investigations.’The crown prince is the next in line to the throne and any blame cast on the Interior Ministry, which oversees safety during the hajj, could reflect negatively on him.The ruling Al Saud family maintains its major influence in the Muslim world through its oil wealth and its management of Islam’s holiest sites. Like Saudi monarchs before him, King Salman has taken the title of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques.

TERROR WATCH:See photos of Nuns checked by security at the Vatican today

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Selfies, security and TWO Popes: Priests, nuns and faithful followers turn out amid a heavy police presence at the Vatican as Francis opens the Holy Door after a warm embrace from Benedict

Pope Francis declared today that mercy trumps moralising in the Catholic Church as he opened a special Holy Year marked by unprecedented security aimed at thwarting a Paris-style attack at the Vatican.Francis celebrated a special Mass, attended by Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI, in a rain-soaked St Peter’s Square to formally open his ‘revolution of tenderness.’The celebration was capped with the opening of the basilica’s big bronze Holy Door through which upward of 10 million pilgrims will pass over the course of the year.Some 5,000 extra police, carabinieri and soldiers were deployed around Rome, and a no-fly zone imposed on its skies, to protect the pilgrims who are flocking to the city on foot, by car, train and plane to participate

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See photos of pope Francis and pope emeritus Benediction together for the first in a long while

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