Enter New Year with strong foundation, Muoka counsels Nigerians
The General Overseer of The Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministries Worldwide, Pastor Lazarus Muoka, has said that God’s blessings in the New Year would be hinged on newness of life, which God only gives to those who are willing and ready to turn a new leaf.
Pastor Muoka, who spoke in Lagos at the ongoing Mgbidi 2022, tagged, “Lagos Experience,” said newness of life attracts God’s manifold blessings.
He, therefore, charged Christians and by extension Nigerians to emulate characters in the Bible. The man of God, who quoted copiously from the Bible, reminded Christians that God’s words are irrevocable, powerful and final. He urged them to apply God’s words in their lives and in every matter concerning them and they shall experience victory.
Speaking on “What God has determined shall be done,” Muoka noted that the words of God are not ordinary. He said: “The words of God we are reading and hearing are not ordinary because I have experienced it. God’s words cause havoc in the kingdom of darkness and that is why you must know, believe them and as well use them as weapons of war. If the word of God enters your life, prayer will work. Therefore, whatever I shall declare in this programme, have faith in that Word and it will surely come to pass for the benefit of your soul. Get ready, God will replicate Mgbidi experience in Lagos State.”
Urging Christians to be resolute in serving the Lord and expect result this year, the General Overseer recalled his experience of 30 years ago when he was a new convert.
“Many years back something happened when I followed up a man and I didn’t know he was a terrible person until I got to his house and saw the display of terrible pictures and the group he belonged. It was then that I realised he was a native doctor and after preaching to him I was sick and for a whole week I couldn’t get myself but God saved me,” he said.
The four-day crusade, which started last Thursday, attracted worshippers from all walks of life and will end on Sunday.