It’s Bad Yet….Rev Bethel Nwanebu (Rev B).
This was the topic of today’s message by Rev. Dr. Bethel Nwanebu (Rev. B) A presbyter and Senior Pastor of Assemblies of God, Ikenegbu Owerri on the first District Youth Rally of the year 2019 held at Assemblies of God church Amakohia today. He took his text from 2Kings 6vs 24-30.
The popular prophetically told his audience that “SOMETHING GOOD CAN STILL COME OUT OF THAT UGLY SITUATION” Since no one here has been hungry to the extent of killing his/her child to eat. Buttressing on the passage, he made it clear that the King after his failure to arrest the Prophet Elisha, on his way going a woman cried to him and said Oh King Help me, the King responded that of God can not help you, who are mine to help you?. Help only comes from God, compassion made him to listen and the woman complained how another woman deceived her into killing and eating her son. What a tragedy?
Patience is important and inevitable to anyone who wants to succeed. Because when the BATTLE is hottest is when it is about to End. It took two days only after the woman sacrificed her son, the famine in the land came to an end, if she had known…
The cleric concluded by saying hold on a little while, Don’t Give Up for your day is about to break. Reb B” under the anoiting prophesied to the youths and prayed for them.
Earlier in the Day Rev. Kemka Emmanuel doubles as the District Youth coordinator and zonal youth director of of south east zone II, urged the Youth of the District to get ready for multiple testimonies as they are breaking forth. He said that The Theme of the programme ” BREAKING FORTH” came at the right time as many of the Youth have dwelled so much in their chamber meaning they are over-ripe for manifestation. And charge them to break forth in all aspects of their lives.
There was prayer sessions for the church, individuals, nation and state. All the section in the were represented with almost all the sectional coordinators in attendance. Newly rising gospel singers like Olivia De worshipper and Chimdi Esonu took the youths to the throne of grace through worship songs and praises.