#Shiloh2020 : Why I Believe COVID-19 Is A Lie From Pit Of Hell-Bishop Oyedepo
The Presiding Bishop of the Living Faith Church Worldwide (also known as Winners Chapel), David Oyedepo has stated that COVID-19 is not real but rather a lie from the pit of hell.
He made this assertion during a sermon on the second day of this year’s Shiloh, an annual gathering of members of the Living Faith Church held in December, tagged: Turnaround Encounters.
The Bishop told the congregation that you only fall victim to what you fear.
He said, “We were making progress; instead of blaming COVID-19, we started planting churches. We planted 10, 000 churches in this year the world was lockdown. So COVID-19 was tired and (got) parked away. We made a nonsense of the COVID-19 here. I have zero regards for it; it is a lie from the pit of hell.”
He said that the so-called symptoms of COVID-19 were everyday symptoms, hence cases classified as COVID-19 cases were unreal.
He said, “Somebody has a temperature and then (they say) he has COVID-19. Everybody here has a temperature. You can’t be in the tropics and not have a temperature.
“I have never seen an entire world so fooled like this season. I’m a responsible citizen on this earth with millions of followers and being blessed. I have a say. Now the nations should gather themselves and rethink: one virus sent you packing, what if they’re two? What if they’re three? Then you will die inside your house.”
“Most of those figures, they hide under the fact that they’re COVID-19 related. Malaria, COVID-19 related, Typhoid fever, COVID-19 related. Kidney problem, COVID-19 related. So they keep building their profile, profile of deception.”
He also stated that a bottle of anointing oil was enough to take away any of the symptoms of COVID-19 more than any vaccine, if you believe.
The Bishop compared COVID-19 to a graven image that is only real for those who believe it exists.
“This graven image, I refuse to bow to it. Is COVID-19 real? Yes and No. Those who believe in it, it’s real to them, those who don’t believe in it, it’s not real,” he said.