Bishop David Oyedepo, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide, also known as Winners Chapel, said that God had blessed him enough for him to be able to purchase a fleet of private planes.
The Bombardier Challenger 604, Grumman Gulfstream I (G-159), Gulfstream IV (G-IV), and Gulfstream V (Gee-5) are among Oyedepo’s four private aircraft, which are said to be the most expensive in Nigeria.
The Bishop said that his ability to purchase these planes was made possible by God’s abundant blessings on him.
This was said by the well-known clergyman in a recent sermon, when he also boasted that thanks to God’s favor, his church is already changing aircraft like bicycles.
Oyedepo said that despite God having told him that he would travel in private aircraft, neither he nor his church ever put any effort into making this a reality.
He said, “God told us we would fly; if He had left it up to us to plan, it wouldn’t be in our budget for the next 10 years. Because of His bounties, which make us wealthy and add no suffering, we are just switching planes as we switch bicycles.We didn’t ask for the aircraft to do what, confess, or even pray.
They inquired as to the kind of aircraft, and I said, “Any kind.” I wasn’t shopping for it, therefore I don’t know the names of any.
about the Ark Project, Oyedepo said that the church has not made any announcements about offerings in Canaanland or its branches, adding that tithe payers are not in need and that paying tithes is scriptural.
“The dollar-to-naira exchange rate has fallen steadily, but so have the benefits.
There is no pressure on anybody, yet there is no foreign currency input for the Ark Project from outside of Nigeria.Despite being a tither, John D. Rockefeller became the first millionaire in American history. What people contribute is not in short supply; only what they retain is. The Bishop added, “He was tithe nurtured, tithe groomed, and tithe maintained.