Faith Oyedepo shares testimony of how she miraculously survived a miscarriage

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Faith Oyedepo, the wife of Bishop David Oyedepo of Living Faith Church Worldwide has shared her testimony on how she got miraculously healed of miscarriage.

Taking to the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, Faith Oyedepo recounted how she thought she had miscarriage, while carrying their first son, when she saw blood flowing from her.

When she told her husband that she had a miscarriage, he boldly told her without hesitation that she can never have a miscarriage and had requested for his meal.

This statement activated the spirit of faith and the pregnancy was sustained.

Using her testimony as an example, Faith Oyedepo advised her followers on the need to constantly accelerate their spirit of faith.

“I remember when I was pregnant with our first son, one day I saw blood flowing from me and when my husband returned home, I told him that I had a miscarriage. Boldly, and without any hesitation, he said, “You can’t have a miscarriage!”, and then asked to be served his meal.

That statement activated the spirit of faith and the pregnancy was sustained. You need to accelerate your operation of the spirit of faith daily, and then you will find the miraculous daily occurrence for you”.

Faith Oyedepo reveals when intending couples need to discuss their goals and visions

In other news, Faith Oyedepo had advised intending couples to discuss plans for the future before their wedding.

According to Faith Oyedepo, a partner is not supposed to start discovering one’s vision during the marriage.

She tweeted: “When preparing for marriage, issues concerning goals and plans for the future ought to be made clear to each other. It should not be after the wedding that your partner should begin to discover what your vision for life is”.

Faith Oyedepo also advised intending couples to practice communication to help their relationship last

She added: “The basis for a fruitful and lasting relationship is communication. Lack of this is the reason for so much tension in many homes. Cultivate the habit of communicating with your spouse, let them understand whatever you are saying”.

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