The Founder and Senior Pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Dr. Pastor Paul Enenche, recently revealed to his congregation that as Christain you ought not to beg God to do what he is bound to do inasmuch you fulfill your own part.
According to the video posted on his official Facebook page, the clergy man was preaching in his recent Power Communion Service when he made that statement of Christians not begging God because He will never fail to honour his words as far as we keep the convenant.
Furthermore, the clergy man said that keeping convenant with God is like a game of chess. Man need to move then wait for God to take the next step, nobody just keep moving like that without waiting for the response of another.Also, he illustrated with the story of Moses parting the Red Sea, he said it was Moses duty to lift the rod but it was God part to send the wind that will part the sea.
In conclusion, when we keep our own part then the victory is ours already because God is not a man that he should lie.
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