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I CAN NEVER BE FRIENDS WITH SOMEONE WHO SCORNS MY GOD
THAT WE ARE STAYING IN THE SAME BUILDING DOESN’T MAKE YOU, MY FRIEND.
DON’T SELL YOUR BIRTHRIGHT FOR SOCIALIZATION.
-Bishop David Oyedepo at 1st Service, Faith Tabernacle
Enough is Enough Service
* Before I call you my friend, you must be my friend, there is no guess work.
There is no genuine Christian who has comfort with unbelievers as friends. No, birds of the same feather will always flock together. Don’t sell your birthright for socialization.
They say, “how will I make it?” God is enough to get you to any height in life Sir.
Don’t hang around people that scorn your God. “You are coming from Church, what did they tell you again today? You people are just wasting your life.” Somebody is telling you that? Then you say, “No, we are not wasting our lives.” The way you answer him that is why he will come back next time.
You can imagine me, somebody telling me that when I was 16. I will spank (you), you will dry up straight. I have little strength ooo, but I like to follow every little instruction. Before I call you my friend, you must be my friend, there is no guess work. That we live together does not make you my friend: you are just living in your apartment, I am living in my apartment and everyone is going about his business. But you don’t acknowledge my God, you can never be my friend.
There are killer people like that (Jonadab), they destroy your faith, then they go to look for someone else to destroy their faith.
I am carrying palm oil, I can’t be playing around with those carrying laterite. If laterite drops in my palm oil, I can’t sell it again. My grandmother would say, “those who smear the body with oil don’t play around with fire”, they will catch fire.
Young people: many of you have to break that association as you leave here. That association that is making life difficult for you: you can’t hear God, you can’t speak to God; you have to break it before they break your life. Break it now!
Many will miss heaven not on their own but by the wrong association they keep.