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Published On: Tue, Aug 6th, 2013

Orubebe Goes Spiritual, Prays for Jonathan, Unity of Nigeria

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(R-L) President Goodluck Jonathan and Elder Godsday Orubebe


By Oghenekevwe Laba
In an effort to solicit spiritual guidance in the administrative affairs of Nigeria, Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Elder Godsday Orubebe has gone spiritual calling on God to give President Goodluck Jonathan the divine wisdom to rule Nigeria in the right perspective.
Orubebe who made the call on Thursday during an August Night Vigil of Glory Sanctuary Christian Centre Ogbigbagbene, Burutu Local Government Area, Delta State equally asked God to surround President Goodluck Jonathan with men of wisdom who would compliment his laudable achievements in governance.
During the night vigil prayers were said for President Goodluck Jonathan for God to give him the wisdom to rule Nigeria so as to achieve peace, unity and stability in Nigeria. The congregation also asked God to raise men with wisdom not sycophants to help Mr. President achieve his well meaning vision for Nigeria.
Reading a sermon with the theme, “Fear not! It is Written”, Orubebe who is the Senior Pastor of Glory Christian Sanctuary Centre while reading from the book of Gen. 1vs27 said, “ God created Man in his own image. The devil cannot add or subtract from the original plans God has for man.”
“For God said because I have created you I will open heavens for your sake,” Orubebe told the congregation quoting Deuteronomy 28vs12 to support his argument.
He admonished people not to be afraid saying, “It’s written that all things will work together for your good IF YOU SERVE GOD.”
During the all night vigil massive prayers were said for the peace,unity and stability of Nigeria. The congregation also pray to God to give President Goodluck Jonathan the power to transform Nigeria and assist him to raise men with wisdom not sycophants to assist him in achieving his vision for Nigeria

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