Bishop Ephraim Ikeakor of the Anglican Diocese of Amichi, in Nnewi South Local Government Area, had urged Christians not to fear says that God is in control and that he'll fight the battles in our Nation, Nigeria.
He said this during his sermon at the March 'Prayer Breakfast' held yesterday, 1st of March. According to the cleric, God does not fight preliminary battles but decisive and conclusive battles.
Speaking about the recently concluded election and the announcement of the President elect, Bishop Ikeakor still advised Christians never to lose hope that God never fails and will not lose battle.
"The Almighty God is the only warrior that has never lost any battle, he will not lose your's and our nation's in Jesus Christ name, Amen" he said.
He titled his sermon to be 'The faith that conquers' and read Mark 2:1-10 to back up his sermon.
Ikeakor concluded by saying "it is not over until God has said otherwise, trust in God and his ability to do all things. Hold onto God and his words when everything is failing. Remain positive, worship God and be still, He will fight our battles and that of our Nation.
Credit: Anglican Diocese Amichi || Facebook
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