LET’S PRAY GOD TO HEAL OUR LAND OF COVID-19.
… DR KINGSLEY AMAIHUNWA.
By Iroroh Frank
The Senior Special Assistant SSA to Delta State Governor, on health monitoring, Dr Kingsley Amaihunwa, has urged Christians in the state to go into their closet to pray to God to heal the land of the dreaded coronavirus disease.
Dr Amaihunwa stated this through Easter celebration message posted on his Facebook wall. The message reads.
“Happy Easter Celebrations My Christian Friends And Folks
Today as we mark the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ, I want to enjoin us to observe it with absolute sublime faith. Faith built on the sacrifice of our Lord on the Cross of Calvary, that we may be cleanse of our iniquities and be redeemed by His previous blood.
This years celebration come at unusual time, a time when humanity is battling with a highly contagious and deadly virus, the Covid-19 global pandemic.
A virus that threatens the very existence of human life on earth.
As international and national health organizations join governments around the globe in a race against time to curtail and contain the spread of the virus, we as Christians must obey the instructions and directives of governments because they for our own safety and protections.
I want to urge you to continue to adhere to precautionary measures announced by the World Health Organization (WHO) and Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).
There is no doubt that our dynamic Governor, His Excellency, Sen. Dr Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa, the Governor of Delta State, have acted swiftly to stop the spread of the virus to the state but unfortunately, the virus is here in our midst.
All hope is not lost, we must continue to adhere to government stay-at-home order as they are given in our best interest.
The Governor have directed that we should worship at home today, let us use that as an opportunity to go into our closet to pray to our Lord to heal our land of this Covid-19, so that we will be alive to sing praises to Him during next years Easter celebration.
Once more happy Easter celebration.” He concluded.