The three days power packed revival packaged by the Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion, Egba Diocese commenced tomorrow, October 1st – 3rd, 2021 at the heartbeat of Abeokuta City, Ogun State.
The general public especially residents of Abeokuta and its environs are anticipated to be part of the crusade that is tagged ‘Jesus is coming again’.
The Crusade, in a statement signed by Olusegun Olukoga on behalf of the media team will be featuring the Diocesan Bishop of Egba Anglican Diocese, Rt. Rev. Emmanuel. O Adekunle.
While noting that, popular Ghanaian Revivalist and Evangelist, Rev’d. Fr. Benjamin Ayittey-Okine will be ministering the word of salvation at the crusade.
Also, Bidemi Olaoba and many other gospel musicians have been invited to minister to the audience with soul lifting songs throughout the days of the crusade.
He wrote: “The crusade is expected to start on Friday, October 1st – 3rd, 2021 at BJAMAC Park, within St. John’s College (Private), beside Oba Lipede Market, Kuto, Abeokuta, Ogun State; the commencement time on each day is 4 o’clock in the evening.
“Every attendee must come with expectations for great encounter; and with strong belief that, God will move mightily for salvation, miracles, signs and wonders.
“Do you believe Jesus is coming again? And with affirmative response, kindly put your faith to work; as the experience throughout the three days will showcase the power in the name of Jesus Christ which is bigger and capable to deliver from every problem, challenge confronting the people.
“Those who want to experience a harvest of miracles and salvation are those who are ready to put their faith to work. It is faith that brings about miracles; as the bible confirms it, if you have little faith, God will honour it.”
The statement further urged the general public to give thanks to the Almighty from the depth of their hearts for witnessing the last quarter of the year 2021, praying that no evil will overcome everyone in the remaining days.
“We are all beneficiaries of divine benevolence, grace and glory. So, we must not be carefree in our conduct in His presence all through the period of the revival, as we put our challenges and problems as well as our dear country Nigeria before God for divine encounter”
“Above all, Nigerians are admonished to embrace virtues that the name of Jesus Christ symbolizes the harbinger of peace, love, good tidings and hope.
“It therefore behoves us all to manifest it in our daily activities by showing love, and being our brother’s keeper which remain the hallmark of salvation to be able to reign with Jesus Christ when He comes again,” the statement concluded.