Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, President of LoveWorld Inc. and Christ Embassy while speaking during 'May Global Communion Service', claimed what God showed him will happen in the month of May. He revealed this after sharing some documentaries about war against poverty. This was made available via a live broadcast on his church's Facebook handle.
From the video (12:33), the well respected man of God displayed documentaries on how groups, nations and tribes united to fight poverty on Earth. He said despite their undying efforts, hunger still lives on the surface of the Earth. He therefore said that when he saw the recent global happenings, he prayed to God concerning the month of May 2023.
In his words, he said: "As I prayed for the month, the Lord showed me Psalm 33:5. If the earth is filled with His goodness, why are His people not seeing it? -Wicked people! Some people have vowed that you will never make it in life. Finally, He showed me Malachi 3:11; He will rebuke the devourer for your sake. Hence, I see God exempting His children in this month. In this month, you shall enjoy financial freedom".
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