Muoka

By Olayinka Latona

THE General Overseer of The Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministries, Worldwide, Pastor Lazarus Muoka has urged the Nigerian leaders to lead with the fear of God.

Pastor Muoka was of the view that any leader that is ready to follow the path of God will not only lead successfully, but will also imbibe in followers, especially the younger generation, the courage to continue the good job wherever they stop.

Addressing journalists at the just concluded two-day international crusade, tagged, “Hope for the needy”, held at the Chosen Revival Ground, Ijesha, Lagos, the man of God urged the leaders to understand that except the Lord builds a house; the builder builds up in vain.

In his words: “My advice to our leaders in Nigeria is that they should have the fear of God. They should also rule in the fear of God. They should understand that except the Lord builds a house; the builder builds up in vain. Let them have fear of God, Submit to God, and God will take care of the nation and He will meet us at our very needs”

Lamenting the economic challenges of the country, Pastor Muoka revealed that the ministry has some arms that take care of the needy in the society, to ensure that the people are happy while serving God.

Muoka also hinted that the four-day crusade of the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Revival Ministry, which had overtime been hosted yearly in January at Mgbidi, Imo State, will not be held in the town come 2022. The cleric said change of the location was according to God’s directive.

On the 10-billion evangelism mandate of the church, the man of God said: “I am so delighted that the world has heard the gospel and that the 10-billion mandate given to the church was getting fulfilled”, he said.

 ‘Hope for the Needy’, an annual programme of the church, witnessed thousands of congregants seeking the face of God.

There were diverse testimonies of divine rescue from ritualists, armed robbers, healings and financial breakthroughs.

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