Grace Nation International Worldwide a.k.a Liberation City is set to begin her 21 days fasting and prayer session for the Nation and all its citizens where every member will come together to pray for better years ahead.
According to the Senior Pastor of the church and the Generational Prophet of God, Dr Chris Okafor, the prayer and fasting session is aimed at praying for the Nation as a whole and to seek for a divine fruitful year 2022.
The prayer and fasting session will begin on Sunday, January 16th and will end Saturday Febraury 5th, 20022 at all Grace Nation churches across the Globe.
In his sermon at the midweek service, tagged; “Prophecy, Healing and Deliverance (PHD)” on Thursday 13th January, 2022 at the International Headquarters situated at 9-12 Liberation Close, Oshofisan Street, Off Edozie Street by Ereke Bus Stop, Ojodu Berger, Lagos, Nigeria, the man of God who taught on the topic; “BREAKING THE YOKE OF LABAN” (Part 2), said;
“Laban works in different ways in the life of men. Poverty, sickness, barrier of promises and failure are all variance of Laban in human life. One of the surest way to break out from the barrier of Laban as a Christians is through the intervention of the Holy Spirit and you can only seek for the mercy of the Holy Spirit through prayers.”
“These and more are the reason we will be waiting on the Lord for 21 days through prayers and fasting in order to break out from the spirit of Laban ravaging the nation. Prayer is the key to total transformation we all envisage in the country.”
“There is nothing Jesus Christ cannot change nor control, we as a Christians are mindful of this year 2022 and 2023, particularly 2023 when the next national election and transition to another government will come up. We believe God alone can perfect the process without rancour, this is why we are beginning 2022 with this 21 days prayer and fasting session for the Nation.”
“I use this opportunity to invite Nigerians to join me on this journey of faith, I also invite all Christians across the world to join us to pray for a better 2022 because with God all things are possible,” Dr Chris Okafor concluded.