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The man with three legs – Part 3


Bishop Mathew A. Egwowa

Bishop Mathew A. Egwowa

The last scene of the world’s longest drama is being acted before you; the curtain is about to be drawn, nearly all the signs of “the end time” have been revealed. We are experiencing global knowledge revolution; knowledge in all spheres of life is exploding and God is revealing Himself to the world in more practical ways and encounters.

Genesis 11:6, says: “ And the Lord said, behold, the people is one, and they have all one language, and this they begin to do: and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do.”

Remember from the last edition that for us in Christ Jesus, every day is our Lord’s Day. We are the expression of His person on earth.

I was praying on my knees for hours and I had this awesome encounter in His presence. The Lord sent an angel and took me by the hand to a praying Church in session. We met this long I-shaped 2, 000 seating capacity auditorium with a few members of about 50 praying. There were a few dust-laden benches with tattered, battered, beaten looking people, praying in thunderous voices. Nothing looked glorious and attractive in the church.

Like the days of Acts 4, the place where they gathered was shaken. But unlike Acts 4, the city was not taken.

I asked the angel: why are these people praying so much and their results do not commensurate with the tempo of their prayers? He told me to observe and I was inquisitive to know why people are praying so much with little results to show for their prayers and fasting. Do you want to know why people pray and labour so hard without corresponding results? Or why people labour like elephants and eat like rats? Wait for the next edition!

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