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Panic Prophecies not good for Nigeria – Rev. Paul Emeka

The General Superintendent of Assemblies of God Church Nigeria Enugu Diocese, Rev. Paul Emeka, has called on his fellow clerics to always pray for peace and progress for the country as against putting the nation into panic with visions of calamities.

The General Superintendent said this during the Ordination of 82 Ministers, including women at their Annual Prayer/Convocation in Enugu on Friday Emeka said clerics only needed

Enugu (Enugu State) Clerics have been told not to put the nation into panic with prophesies or visions of calamities. The General Superintendent of Assemblies of God Church Nigeria, Rev. Paul Emeka, made the call during Ordination of 82 Ministers, including seven women, at their Annual Prayer/Convocation in Enugu.

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He said God had given clerics the additional responsibilities and instead of prophesying calamity upon a nation, they should pray for it, go win souls for God and put Christ first in all their dealings. In his words “God has given you more responsibilities, go and win souls and put Christ first in all your dealings. Always make the word – Jesus – your watch word”, he said.
He however prayed for the peace and progress of the country and asked God to take control of the church and the nation.

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