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Daddy Freeze Invites Isaac Oyedepo To Explain Why He Buried 15 Bibles As Pillars Of His Church Building In MaryLand, USA


Ifedayo Olarinde, popularly known as Daddy Freeze, has invited Bishop Oyedepo’s son, Isaac, to a public discussion in respect of a video in which Isaac announced to his church members in Maryland, USA that he buried the 15 Bibles as pillars in 15 different spots of the new church he built.

Daddy Freeze gave the invitation on his Facebook page while discussing the bilical implications of the act of burying Bibles at the foundation of church building. Daddy Freeze who is also a broadcaster and radio talk show host is known to criticize pastors and their church doctrines.

In the video which has gone viral, pastor Isaac Oyedepo, who is the youngest son of Bishop Oyedepo and the Pastor of Winners Chapel, Faith Dome, in Maryland USA, told his congregation that the bibles were used to replaced pillars initially placed in 15 different spots of the church’s foundation. He explained further that it is the sign that the Dome is standing on the word of God.

“We bring to (a) conclusion to our teaching series unveiling the wonders of the world part five. We’ve been looking at the pillar of the word since this month began,, and you’ll be glad to know that when we were building this glorious dome, we buried the bible in 15 different spots. Everywhere where there was a pillar, when we removed the pillar, we put the word. So, this faith dome is standing on the word.” Pastor Isaac said.

While analyzing the video, Freeze equates such action with bathing with garri, a staple food, to cure hunger, or rubbing the local yam paste used for cooking as powder on the face when you are hungry.

Will Isaac Oyedepo take up the challenge to discuss the issue with Daddy Freeze? Nation Scoops will keep you updated


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