A man of God received an unusual pastoral grace when he was prophesied on by Prophet Jeremiah Omoto (Founder of Mercy City). The Man Of God said he’s seen being offered a letter of expulsion from his Church where he had served for four (4) years without any emolument.
The Man Of God Snr. Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin said ‘’There is Crisis in the body of Christ’’ and that the body of Christ is bleeding.
The Pastor was driven from the Church, apparently from Bomadi because he fellowshipped with Senior Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin.
Insults were rained on the Prophet, calling him fake. When you are insulted, the Man Of God remarked, you are being promoted.
This remark was really buttressed by the Man Of God and the driven Pastor and the Wife, who were greatly transformed beyond measure.
Senior Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin, added that since iron sharpens iron, the money God has given to him, would be used for the body of Christ.
The Pastor’s story changed. Monies rained down like trees shedding their leaves during the Autumn Season, kick-started by the Man Of God with five hundred thousand Naira (N500,000.00).
Monies poured down like rains from mercy landers including Sons & Daughters of the Senior Prophet both at home and overseas; in thousands of Naira, Dollars and Euros.
Supporters also added their quota by way of money transfers and materials, speakers, mixers, microphones, plastic chairs, Generating set etc. for the takeoff of a fresh Ministry.
The monies and items were offered because the Sons & Daughters of Snr Prophet Jeremiah Omoto Fufeyin were angry at the insults fired at their spiritual father for his inability to deliver them ironically.
Speaking earlier and later, our esteemed Pastor expressed the gestures as the ‘’the blood of Jesus ritual’’ and the Supernatural Power of God.
N2,530,200, $1,000.00, aside from the items and pledges, were presented to the husband and wife in an unprecedented scale.
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