Bishop David Oyedepo Satan Get Lost!


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Bishop David Oyedepo Satan Get Lost

The hopelessness and impotence of Satan in anything that concerns the believer, is a truth that must be known and understood by every child of God. This is what Dr. Oyedepo’s new book is all about. In this explosive book, you will discover that: “You can walk out on the devil! He is nothing but a finished devil!” “It is time to get the devil out of your mentality completely. Jesus stripped him naked of all powers!” “The devil is a toothless bulldog. He has nothing legally with which to hurt you.”



  • Salvation is not just for the soul, it is also for earthly security.
  • The devil is into all manner of wickedness, because he knows that his time is short.
  • If you are not yet practically born again, you are still in the earthly places
  • To be a Christian is the way of escape from crises

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Increases the vocabulary
The Matthew effect Trusted Source, which is named after the biblical text Matthew 13:12 that states, “Whoever possesses will be given more, and they will have an abundance,” has been addressed by reading researchers since the 1960s. Whoever lacks will have everything taken away from them.

The premise that the wealthy get richer and the poor get poorer is summarized by the Matthew effect; it applies to vocabulary just as much as it does to money.

According to research, students who frequently read books beginning at a young age gradually grow vast vocabularies. Additionally, the quantity of your vocabulary can affect a variety of aspects of your life, including standardized test results, college admissions, and employment prospects.

According to a 2019 Cengage research, 69 percent of employers are eager to hire workers with “soft” talents, such as the capacity for good communication. The easiest approach to expand your exposure to new terms in context is to read books.

Lessens tension

In 2009, a team of researchers examined how yoga, humor, and reading affected the stress levels of American college students enrolled in rigorous health science programs.

The research discovered that yoga, humor, and 30 minutes of reading all reduced blood pressure, heart rate, and psychological distress equally well.

Since time restrictions are one of the main causes of the high stress levels that health science students experience, the authors’ conclusion is that 30 minutes of one of these strategies may be readily accommodated into their schedules without taking a significant amount of time away from their studies.

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