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The Success of Shiloh 2017 “A New Dawn”

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Glorious days, it was for the Winners Chapel Members at the just concluded yearly program tagged Shiloh.

This year’s Shiloh which was themed A New Dawn, indeed was a new dawn for all participants at the program recording over thousands of diverse instant testimonies.

Shiloh, recorded over 54 nations present while over 150 nations viewing online and over 110 viewing centers here in Lagos.

There were several sessions which includes the deliverance sessions, Mothers of Nations session, Breaking Generational Curses sessions and other sessions for the participants to choose which they belong to to engage their faith in.

The program started off with a brief charge by the wife of the General overseer, Pst. Mrs Faith Oyedepo telling everyone to be focus and not to have a casual approach.

Also during the camp event, the National President of Penecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) in the person Rev. Dr Felix Omobude was present and affirm Bishop David Oyedepo as the Credible voice in the body of christ.

The President of the Christian Association of Nigeria(CAN), Rev. Olasupo Ayokunle, who was at the program on the last night, described Oyedepo as a pillar of support for the Church in Nigeria.

Other anointed highly placed Ministers of God were present namely Bishop David Abioye,  Pst. Paul Eneche, Pst. David Ibiyeomie, Pst. David Oyedepo {Jnr} and Other anointed men of God.

Bishop David emphasized on the meaning of a New Dawn Saying,

its a point were we begin to experience Change of stories according to 2 Corinthians 3:18, wheteby a family experiences new things year in year out Psalm 65:11, where everyday is Christmas Psalm 23:6.

He also said to experience this New Dawn order of breakthrough, we must remain connected to God

There was also an impartation with the Mantle and Anointing Oil.

Conclusively, papa fondly called proclaimed the year 2018, a year of A New Dawn and also announced the date of next year’s Shiloh to be on the 4th – 9th of December.

 

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Written by Joy Okorie