Founder of Uma Ukpai Evangelistic Association, Pastor Uma Ukpai, said those who were trying to take our lands with force and killing our people at same time has crossed boundaries and that their judgement was approaching.
Photo: Pastor Uma Ukpai.
He said Jesus used the raising of Lazarus from the dead to show his disciples that there was no hopeless situation with God almighty. He said Jesus proved that anyone found favour in the sight of God was not bound or controlled by the situation of things around him.
"When Jesus called out Lazarus from the grave after being dead and burried for four days, he was demonstrating to his followers that there is no hopeless situation with God. He was showing them that a man that has found favour with God cannot infect any circumstance whatsoever, be bound, confined or ruled by the situation he finds himself in.
"See, all those trying to eliminate us, trying to take our lands by force, killing our people have crossed the line, their judgement is coming", says Pastor Uma Ukpai.
Pastor Uma Ukpai made the statement without mentioning the names of those who were taking our lands by force and killing us. But I think he was referring to spiritual forces. Therefore, you need to watch and pray.
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