WE WILL MAKE CASH AND MATERIAL AVAILABLE TO THE IDPs IN BAYELSA STATE
PASTOR PAUL ENENCHE PASSIONATELY APPEALS FOR SUPPORT FOR BAYELSA STATE
WHAT WE HEARD AND READ ABOUT WAS NOTHING COMPARED TO WHAT WE SAW AS WE WERE LANDING FROM THE AIR. IT WAS ABSOLUTELY UNBELIEVABLE
GOD IS ABOUT TO STEP INTO BAYELSA AND IT’S GOING TO TAKE THE WORLD BY SURPRISE, IT’S GOING TO TAKE THE DEVIL BY SURPRISE
Go ahead and let us give the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords, the I am that I am, the God who was, the God who is and the God who is to come. The God who was not created, was not appointed, was not selected, was not elected, but His position can never be contested. . The Ageless, changeless, tireless, weariless and limitless God. Give Him a big clap and a loud shout of praise.
We give honour to the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords, the I am that I am, the God of all lives. We want to also appreciate here our former president, His Excellency, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan for a great legacy. Governor Seriake Dickson, for all that God has done in this land. One of the best things that can happen to any people is to dedicate a day to Jesus, to the King of Kings. It doesn’t matter what you got wrong, if you get that one right, you got too many things right. I want to congratulate Bayelsa state. I wish that all the states in this country will have a day in which they can honour Jehovah like this, and we’ll never be the same. Congratulations, Governor Diri for the forcefulness with which everything is going on as they should go, especially with regard to honouring God and we’re appreciative of being here today. The Lord bless Bayelsa.
We want to join everyone who spoke today to commiserate with Bayelsa state for the terrible, devastating flood situation we saw. We heard of it, we read about it but it was nothing compared to what we saw as we were landing from the air. It was absolutely unbelievable. I had to ask my wife, I said, “look around”, and we began to look at houses submerged in water. It was unbelievable. I didn’t know what to do, whether to cry, I didn’t know what to do, but we want you to know that in the midst of trouble, in the midst of the waters, Jehovah is with us and I want to appreciate God that God has not forsaken us. I want to appeal to every good-hearted person starting from the government of this nation, the least that can be done is to pay a visit to the place. Just take a look at the situation, even without doing anything yet, just look at what has happened, I believe that that will go a long way to encourage the people of the land. I ask that everyone who has a heart for the people and a heart for God, join forces with Bayelsa and everyone in this territory, where there’s this devastating flood. I’m going to make a commitment on behalf of our Church and myself, I won’t say it in words now, maybe I’ll talk to the Chief Executive at the end of the day. Whatever we’re going to do, we’re going to make cash contribution and also make material contribution to the IDP camp. I just asked the man of God now, and he told me about 3 or 4 camps, we’re going to do as much as we can, and recruit as many as possible to do as much as they can for these camps and we believe that the Lord will help us. But there’s something that is happening now that the governor made reference to, people’s houses are submerged. On our way coming, we saw people who are still hanging around the houses that are submerged in water. Coming into this ecumenical centre here, we had to drive through some little water before we drove in right here, and then in the middle of this, people are coming out daring the flood and daring everything to come and say thank you to God, to come and praise and honour God. I can tell you something, when Paul and Silas prayed in the middle of adversity, they were in adversity, everything was wrong, they were inside the prison, and yet, they decided to give thanks to God, God caused the prison doors to open. When the children of Israel gave praises to God in front of the wall of Jericho, the wall of Jericho collapsed in front of them. When Jehosaphat and the army of Judah was surrounded with the Ammonites and the Moabites, and they didn’t know where to turn to, as if they were going to be swallowed up and consumed. Instead of doing anything else, they began to praise, all of a sudden, God stepped in and set an ambush, that is what is happening in Bayelsa right now. There’s a situation around us but we’re praising God, we’re here to honour God, we’re here to adore God. I am telling you, God is about to step into Bayelsa. It’s going to take the world by surprise, it’s going to take the devil by surprise.
– anybody believe that, shout the loudest Amen.
– Dr. Pastor Paul Enenche on “THE GRACE AND MERCY OF GOD” || Bayelsa State Annual Thanksgiving Service || Yenogoa, Bayelsa State.
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