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The time of the year has come again at The New Creature Evangelical Church when all members go on fasting and prayer under the highly inspirational programme popularly known as Changing Contrary Covenant Revival.
The programme begins from Sunday June 20, 2021 and it would last for 40 days till July and early August, 2021.
The programme which has Exaltation From God drawn from Jeremiah 52:31-33 as the theme. There will be special meetings to that effect on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. While there will be two services on Sunday at the headquarters at 6.30 and 8.30 in the morning, it will be followed with early morning prayer on Monday between 7and 8.00am, the meetings on Wednesday and Friday would be held in the evening at 5.30pm.
The programmes hold at the headquarters and the branches simultaneously and all members are enjoined to be part of the programme which will be of huge blessings to all partcipants.
Speaking with PTL News in an interview, the host minister and the General Overseer of the Church, Rev. Dr. Emmanuel J. Oludayitan said the programme which has always been a blessings to all participants in the past would add to those blessings again this year.
“It is a programme designed by God to exalt us all. With the theme God will use it to promote us all as a Church, as a people in all our individual callings and assignments,” he said.
The programme according to him is for all categories of people including business men and women, government functionaries, artisans, those seeking for employment, and all that want to establish their relationship with God.
For the revival top and highly anointed ministers of God have been assembled for the event. Apart from the hosting minister are other associates within and outside the Church. The list include Rev. Dr. E. B. Ajose, Rev. Toyin Kehinde, Bishop (Dr.) Ademola Olurombi, Rev. (Dr.) Bola Akin-John and Rev. Dr. Peter Alinyoh.
Rev. Oludayitan in a message took advantage of the programme to call on Nigerians to humble themselves before God, repent of their sins and be committed to things that can lift up the nation so that God would also exalt them.
“Righteousness, the Bible says exalts a nation, if we want to be exalted as a nation, let us live a life of righteousness as a people,” admonished Rev. Oludayitan.

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