“God Does Not Love Everybody” – Bishop Oyedepo Quotes Bible Verse

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Bishop David Oyedepo, the General Overseer of the Living Faith Church Worldwide spoke to his members about, “Prepare To Meet Thy God” at their Daily Covenant Hour of Prayer. After informing his members on why they need to be prepared for SHILOH 2022, he condemned some wrong doctrines that are flying around.

He said, “We should much bother about the outcome of what people claim to believe and what they teach, let’s ask, let’s watch. What is the outcome of these teachings? Shadows, shadows, nothing tangible because the Scriptures cannot be broken by any philosopher, any psychologist, any powerful speaker. Doctrines of devil are flying all over, you don’t have to do anything, God just loves you anyhow, He can’t love you any less, if you commit murder He loves you. Do you love an armed robber? Answer me my friend. You pray for armed robber to succeed? You bless armed robbers? They are passing and you said, come are you going for armed robbery? He said yes, just get this money to eat on the way and I pray that they won’t kill you.”

He then gives a Bible verse to prove that God does not love everybody. He quoted the book of Proverbs 8:17 which says, “I love them that love me; and those that seek me early shall find me.” He then said, “I love them that love me, that’s what the Word says, it’s not I love everybody. I love them that love me and they that seek me early shall find me. It’s not I love everybody, no, that’s wasted love. Do I not hate them that hate thee? David said I hate them with perfect hatred. You better know what God hates and run away from it.

Finally, he said, “For the eyes of the Lord runneth to and fro in all the earth, 2nd Chronicles 16:9, to show himself strong in the behalf of then whose hearts are perfect. Perfection begins with the heart. When the heart is perfect, we are on our way to perfection. It has to start from the heart. Perfection has its root in the heart.”

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