Prophet Joshua Iginla, the founder and senior pastor of the Champions Royal Assembly in a recent post on his official Facebook page sends an important message to believers which he titled Sustaining Royalty.
He said, "Real KINGS don't get terrified by the splendor and beauty of their queen, instead they give her room to shine. A real man is comfortable to see his wife shine next to him. It is not only a man's world, it is also a woman's world. King Ahasuerus understood that his queen's shine was also his shine as a king, tht's how real men(kings) should think. While you shine as a man, let your queen shine too." This is an important message to men and they need to allow their wives enjoy certain benefits.
Finally, the cleric prayed, "I prophesy, you shall shine beyond the expectation of your haters. In Jesus mighty name." May God help us.
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