2022: Clerics optimistic of divine intervention in Nigeria

Say ‘God will do a new thing’

The chairman, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Lagos State, Stephen Adegbite, 2021 has been a year of challenges for many, but said that, however, the Lord was gracious to the people in the course of the year despite the terrible storms of economic instability, security challenges and the Covid-19 pandemic’s lingering effect.

Adegbite stated this at the final day of the 6-day global miracle explosion organised by the Deeper Life Bible Church.

According to the cleric, the Church in Lagos has been praying for such a revival as being led by Kumuyi. “We thank God for the life of Baba W.F. Kumuyi and we pray that the good Lord will continue to use him for His own glory. He is a blessing to our generation; we thank God for his life, for his ministry”.

Each New Year offers a blank sheet of rewriting history and changing the narrative. It is God’s benevolent gift of time to etch our footprints in the sand of history. Indeed, New Year is a new window of opportunity to be a better person in character, disposition, and attitude.

“The New Year is a year of fresh air for our nation. Fresh air will begin to blow from now on and what some expect will not materialise, but hope and light will be for the upright in heart”, he stated.

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