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Nigeria besieged, suffering over idolatry practices, anti-Christ--Bishop Nwachukwu laments


By Okechukwu Onuegbu

Bishop Paul Nwachukwu of the Grace of God Mission International,Monday, lamented over what he termed pervading specter of idolatry and other expressions of​​ paganism in Nigeria.

According to Nwachukwu, Christians were at their comfort homes while the spirit of anti-Christ hovers across the nations with​ blanket of darkness instigating troubles and sufferness to the populace.

Nwachukwu, who disclosed this in a sermon at one-day​​ Ministers and Workers Conference organised by the​​ Equippers International Ministry of His Glory Cathedral Onitsha, Anambra State, with the theme, "If Not​​ Us, Who Will Do It," canvassed for interdenominational evangelism at the hinterlands to reclaim Nigeria for Christ.

"The present church has lost it. They are dwelling more on prosperity than​​ true repentance. The spirit of the anti-Christ is hovering across all nations and has brought about​​ blanket of darkness. Some members of the church are running away from the presence of God like Jonah. Christian should rise up and take the message down to the unreached areas in order to rescue lost souls and unbelievers," he maintained.

Also speaking, the former Chairman of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN),Rev. Dr. John Ndubuisi, and Bishop Dr. Oscar​​ David Osemeka of the Ntional Holy Christ Church urged different denominations in the Christendom to embrace the grassroots evangelism outreach, which according to them would help to stabilize the country as well.

Earlier, Bishop of His Glory Cathedral, Onitsha, Bishop Paul Nwachukwu (Jnr.), explained that the conference was a clarion call on ministers and church workers to live up to their expactions, noted that the evangelisers would be supported financially and logistics-wise to succeed.

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