Behold The Woman Papa SBJ Raised From The Dead 63 Years Ago (Photo)

April 16, 2017 / Alonge Michael / Virtuous Women / 3 Comments »

Many might not have been opportune to read a copy of the CCC constitution, let alone coming across the name ‘Olusola’. But many have heard that the late pastor founder during the cause of his lifetime raised many from the dead, one of such which is clearly stated in the constitution is that of the woman whose picture is right before you.

Today at Makoko, the woman raised from the dead by pastor founder Samuel Bilewu Joseph Osoffa was at the Easter Sunday Service, Sunday 16th April, 2017. Her name is simply Mama Olusola which the constitution talked about to have been raised from the pit of death by SBJ in 1954, 63 years ago.

Standing with her is National Headquarters, Makoko Chairman, SVMSE Y.O. Akinloye.

3 responses to “Behold The Woman Papa SBJ Raised From The Dead 63 Years Ago (Photo)”

  1. Ayo says:

    Reading this story for the first time with a strong believe that Jesus is alive and still doing good to those who care to have a genuine relationship. My faith is strengthened. Thank u Jesus.

  2. Sup.evang Alarape c.c.c.saki2 says:

    No prohet greater then SBJ in d world sine 1920s pspa was able to resurrected 18 dead bodies in his life time.I HV heard the voice of olusola in 1988 when They were interview ,Papa Oshoffa

  3. Ubibi Godwin Jr says:

    I heard about this story, so good to see her for the first. Here is the story according to Papa Oshoffa: “The miracles performed by our Lord Jesus Christ through me were numerous. I shall now make particular reference to that of the young woman named OLUSOLA who died and whom Jesus raised from the dead after the third day.

    “A young member of the Church who was fond of saying ‘Please say Halleluyah with me’ and who, for short, was nicknamed ‘Halleluyah’ came one Sunday morning and reported the death of a woman at 3.00 p.m. the previous day (a Saturday) in a house which belonged to him. He said that in view of the many miracles performed by Jesus through me right there in Makoko, particularly those of IIUNSU and THERESA, he felt sure that OLUSOLA could be raised from the dead. He first spoke to me at ten o’ clock on the Sunday morning as service was about to start. Service finished at three o’clock in the afternoon and he kept on worrying me but I still did not answer him. Owing to his persistence, however, at 4 o’clock that afternoon, I sent Evangelist BADA (then a LEADER) with one of my robes to follow the man called ‘Halleluyah’ to the house and put the robe on the dead body and tell the relatives that if and when the body moved, it should be brought to the Church. On the way there, ‘Halleluyah’ was to go in front and Evangelist to follow behind.

    “Evangelist returned and reported that he had carried out my instructions. At about five thirty that afternoon, they brought the dead body in a car because they were amazed to see the body actually turn over although it was still lifeless. I asked that the body be placed in the Church vestry for women.

    “Now there was a young man from Ondo who came with them. He belonged to one of the other spiritual Churches, but I do not know which. When he saw that we left OLUSOLA’s dead body in the vestry for hours without bothering to pray or go near it but that we went on talking generally, he came to me and counselled that instead of doing nothing we should pray for the dead body as it was already stinking. I replied that I was not the one going to bring OLUSOLA back to life and that he should be very careful and not go near the dead body. I told him that if he did, he would have to accept responsibility for whatever happened to him. But he would not listen. He continued to pace up and down. Finally at about twelve midnight, he suddenly went to have a look at the dead body. He ran back to me startled, and reported that he had seen a man clad in white with his hair parted into two standing at the head of the corpse. I retorted to him that I had warned him not to go near the dead body. He ran away and I went to bed. OLUSOLA’s mother also went to bed. I did not bother about the dead body. These miracles are not done with my own power I am no more than a servant for HIM that sent me. There was therefore no need for me to go into a bout of prayer or staying up all night or fasting or such flagellation.

    “In the morning of the third day of OLUSOLA’s death, her mother, watching the hours go by, became restless. At nine o’clock in the morning she came to me and said in despair that as the body of OLUSOLA was still as dead, stinking and lifeless as ever, and already covered with ants, she should be allowed to take the body home for burial. As she said this her loin cloth fell off her. This aroused my sympathy and I got up and followed her to where the dead body lay. I asked her the name of her daughter and she replied that her name was OLUSOLA. I struck the body and called ‘OLUSOLA’ and the dead girl replied ‘SIR’. I struck her again and said: ‘In the name of Jesus Christ rise up and walk’. She immediately got up and walked. She is still here with you, you all know her. Her younger sister is Sister IPADEOLA.

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