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Cleric urges positive words about the nation

By Olayinka LATONA

IF every Nigerian learns to speak positive things about this county, the nation will be a wonderful place to be. That was the assertion of Bishop Sola Ore of Love Aglow Ministries, during the 10th anniversary of Home Builders Christian Ministries recently.

Acknowledging that several Nigerians have lost hope in the country and her leadership, Bishop Ore who was guest speaker at the event, averred that there is power in the spoken word, pointing out that, if individuals can start speaking positive words about the nation, things will turn around for the country.

He maintained that he is a sound believer in the nation, adding that for Nigeria to still be one united entity means that God did not make a mistake creating the diverse nationalities in one place. In his words: “Many people have said so many negative things about Nigeria believing that this nation can not witness any positive thing, but if we begin to speak positive words to the nation things will get better. I want to say that this is Nigeria’s season—freedom has come and God has liberated us. It will be a land that will flow with milk and honey again and it is going to be well with the nation.”

According to him, “the problem we have experienced in the time past indicate that we are not patient.

“I know many have been bastardised, humiliated, intimidated while some have lost their identity, but with time, prayer and the determination of the masses to vote God-fearing leaders in next year’s elections, things will get better with the Nigerian democracy. Also speaking, General Overseer of Home Builders Christian Mini-stries, Apostle Israel Oku revealed that God has been faithful with the ministry for the past 10 years, despite obsta-cles, struggles and cha-llenges.

According to him; “the journey which started 10 years ago has not been an easy one but God had taken us through all the challenges. I was afraid to embark on the same journey which my father ventured into and died as a reverend; but God has been dealing with me in His own unique way.”


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