President of an inter-denominational evangelistic ministry, The Great Commission (TCG), Evangelist Andy Ikekhinde, has admonished Nigerians not to lose hope over the current situation in the country, but see it as an opportunity to seek the face of God.
He also advised Nigerians to desist from looking for each other’s weakness and negativity, but to join hands with one another in order to overcome all the challenges facing the nation.
Ikekhinde made the admonition while speaking with newsmen on the three days crusades and outreaches held in Gowon Estate, Lagos where the group doled out food items such as Garri, noodles, and bread to over 3,000 residents of Abesan, Gowon Estate, Iyana Ipaja area and its environs.
He said there are lots of iniquities in the land, noting that with prayers, lot of irregularities beclouding the country will be a thing of the past.
Evangelist Ikekhinde said the crisis facing the country is not physical but spiritual, which must be dealt with spiritually.
He, therefore, called on all Nigerians, especially, Christians, irrespective of denomination, to come together as one body devoid of discrimination and pray to God to heal the country.
Speaking on the agitations for independent states by different ethnic groups, Evangelist Ikekhinde said: “People are agitating because there are things that are not right, and we have to look at things from different perspectives, things that happened in the physical have their spiritual origin, they are only manifesting in the physical and to deal with it, it has to be from spiritual realm. When it is settled spiritually, it will manifest physically.
“Darkness is not a threat but an opportunity; the body of Christ should rise up and speak with one voice,” he added.
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