COZA: Fatoyinbo Returns To Pulpit One Month After Stepping Down



He senior pastor of the commonwealth of zion assembly, biodun fatoyinbo, has again to the pulpit barely a month after stepping down, the punch has learnt. Scores of protesters stormed the church in early july to protest in opposition to fatoyinbo who become accused of raping photographer, busola dakolo, twenty years ago.

Amid the protest, fatoyinbo announced his selection to step down, whilst his wife, modele, had taken charge of the church — a circulate which appeared to pacify protesters. On sunday, but, the coza senior pastor brought a sermon titled, " unexpected victories", in a packed church auditorium. He targeted his sermon at the books of 1st timothy 6:12; mark four:35-37 and 1st corinthians 10:thirteen. Fatoyinbo stated it became written inside the bible that christians would continually face persecution, but god could ensure that they may be victorious. He stated, “as a christian, you must face opposition. If god, who is holy and devoted has enemies, you are sure going to have.”

the cleric said most times, when faced with troubles, christians have the tendency to name everyone except god for assist. He cited that the purpose maximum christians fail is they deal with difficult occasions at the surface, rather than addressing the foundation of the matter, which is the enemy, and setting him in his region.

“in wrestling, any method may be used. While confronted with challenging circumstances, pray, speedy, decree, confess and prophesy god’s victory over your life.

“most contrary situations round you are installation through the enemy to ripple your religion and keep you on a gap,” he preached. Fatoyinbo prophesied that his parishioners would witness victory in the new month of august. He's currently being probed with the aid of the nigeria police pressure for allegedly raping the wife of popular musician, timi dakolo, twenty years ago while she became a teenager.
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