Ezekiel, others task Christians on prayers
Wife of the General Overseer and the National/International Coordinator of Christian Pentecostal Mission (CPM) International, Rev. Dr. Mercy Ezekiel has enjoined Christians to pray that God’s divine nature should overwhelm them to bring about divine breakthrough in the nation.
She made this call during the three-day ‘Back to Bible Conference’, held at the church headquarters in Lagos with many of its ministers spread across the nation in attendance.
Said she: “To have Christ is to have divine nature, because in Christ lives the whole fullness of God. Divine nature is the divine seed that enters into you, when you are born again through the incorruptible nature of God. The seed is the incorruptible word of God, which transforms and renews you to the image of God and Christ is the nature of God.”
Ezekiel added that the Spirit of Jesus Christ that dwells in us produces the divine nature of God, controls and influences us to produce the fruit of the spirit.
“To become a partaker of divine nature, one must have a relationship with the Holy Spirit and may God bring revival to Nigeria through Christians and make them the voice of the nation,” she said.
In the same vein, Pastor Maudlyn Chibunna, while ministering, said individuals are the projects for God’s manifestation.
“No project exists without people’s projection. Enemies do not like seeing projects because they are legacies. Every project is an image-maker and an introducer. It is the image people see in you and the way you are introduced to people that determines how they treat you,” she said.
Rev. Adegoke Kayode, while speaking on the divinity of God to mankind, noted that grace and truth are all that we need to function in Christ.
“What should drive our affairs and control our living is the life of God in us. Christ is the sculptor of all grace. Make God’s business your own, impact on the members’ lives and the community where your church is located. Evangelism today cannot work except it is relational, when you help people in need and so your calling must be business driven for the good of the people,” she said.
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