The founder and senior pastor of the Eternity Network International (ENI), Apostle Joshua Selman, has revealed how Christians should comport themselves during the collation of the presidential election results.
He said, "As Christians, we must be discerning enough to understand that God's ways are not our ways." This implies that God can use any method to deliver his people, and he can decide to use anyone. He said that those who have handed over Nigeria to God should go and rest. While praying for the ongoing collation of the election results, Selman said, "We pray for INEC to say no to every form of injustice and to stand for the truth." He said, "Christians should minimize commenting on things they don't know." He said that God's plan for a situation can change, but his purpose will remain. He made an allusion to how God sent Moses to deliver the Children of Israel from Egypt. Selman said, "Pharaoh didn't release the children of Israel until several miracles were done by Moses. The most important thing is that the children of Israel finally left Egypt."
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