Cleric reiterates call for Nigerians to seek divine intervention
The Lead Pastor for Zion World Christian Centre, Jude Osobase, has appealed to Nigerians to turn to God for divine intervention over the country’s challenges.
Osobase made the call during an interview session to announce the church’s annual convention tagged MOADA 2021 with a theme: ‘Atmosphere of Miracles’.
According to him, the current security situation in Nigeria is of great concern and needs divine intervention and collective efforts to save the country.
He advised Nigerians not to give up on the country, assuring that God is interested in the affairs of the nation.
In his words: “In situations and times like this, people are having mistrust in their government, destitutes everywhere, people living the life of degradation, what we need is God’s intervention. This is because in times like this, God has a way of taking care of His own.”
The convention is scheduled to hold from Friday, November, 26, 2021 to Sunday, November 28, 2021 at the church premises, Water Park, Toyin Street, Ikeja, Lagos.
According to Pastor Osobase, “This year’s theme is significant, especially for those who are looking up to God for special miracles as it was given through the inspiration of the Holy Spirit.
“As we have different times and seasons, we have planting and harvest seasons and God is saying it is time of breakthrough, healing, deliverance for all those that will be attending the convention. There would be miracles to issues that defile human’s imagination.
“Those that will attend are going to receive two dimensional blessings, including spiritual and physical blessing as the first 1000 people to register will be eligible for a raffle draw where the winners would collect free gifts of laptops and rice, among others.”