How to Win War Without Fighting- Arch Bishop Benson Idahosa (Part One)

Arch Bishop Benson Idahosa

Written By Kunle Oluyori

This message will be a universal lesson for you, instead of just being an international lesson.

I am going to speak from four places in the Bible and the topic is “How to Win War without Fighting”

1 Samuel 17:50, “So David prevailed over the Philistine with a sling and with a stone, and smote the Philistine and slew him, but there was no sword in the hand of David” By

Also See: The Righteous Shall Flourish- Bishop Idahosa

Prophet Felix Oluyemi (Babaolomi) 1960-2016

Category: Pastors & Men of God

Prophet Felix Oluyemi was born on March 13, 1960 at Bomodeoku camp in Ondo State, South West, Nigeria to the family of late Pa. and Madam Gabriel Oluyemi.

Pa Oluyemi was a great cocoa farmer while Madam Oluyemi was a merchant. They were both Catholics and brought their children as Catholics.

According to reports, Babaolomi died after he laid down to rest on Monday, November 28, 2016 after his early morning prayers and his breathing became irregular thus prompting his immediate family members to call in his private physician who advised he should be taken to the hospital for medical care, observation and rest due to stress symptoms he observed/diagnosed

Some of his close associates reported that his last moment speeches and vision he shared with his congregation and personal doctor on Sunday 27th November 2016 indicates he had fore-hand knowledge of his exit from earth.

Late Prophet Felix popularly called “Baba Olomi” came to Lagos after doing the basic free education under the Chief Obafemi Awolowo, at the old Western Region in the search of the proverbial Golden Fleece.

When he arrived Lagos, after being a houseboy in Ibadan for some years, the late man of God, Felix Oluyemi aka Baba Olomi and Founder of the Kingdom of Love Church of Christ, Lagos was reportedly an Okada rider for a while.

In a statement credited to him at a time, “We started Okada Riders Association in 1993. I created Pen Cinema, Agege Okada Park, Lagos”.

After doing several menial jobs he was brought to Aguda in Ogba, Lagos by the late Chief Fayoyin who he worked for, for some years before he took up employment with NIGALEX at Apapa in Lagos.

He resigned from NIGALEX and began his work as a pastor for several years healing and delivering people from oppression.

He is happily married to Rev (Mrs) Omolola Oluyemi and they are blessed with children.

His foundation, FELIX OLUYEMI FOUNDATIONS takes care of widows, orphans, and displaced families.

His ministry has a very large followership, particularly around Ogba-Ikeja area of Lagos State. He also has a TV ministry showing on MITV, ACBN.

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