A stern warning has gone to those behind the current crises faced by Nigeria and Nigerians to refrain or face the wrath of God. Making this call recently in a special release to Nigerian Christians and the members of the public is Pastor (Mrs.) Clara Alao, the coordinator of The Arm of God Reconciliation Outreach aka AGRO. Nigeria has been facing multifarious problems in different areas of life, politically, culturally, economically and most especially in the area of security to life and property of the citizens.
Pastor (Mrs.) Alao in her statement contained in her outreach’s End-time Bulletin has advised church leaders to place more emphasis on righteous living most especially in this end-time.
According to AGRO, “Whosoever and whatsoever group or personality that is behind the spiritual and physical conditions and calamities in Nigeria should repent now,” adding that “The blood of the innocent people killed is crying for vengeance,” (as) “the iniquities in the land have reached the highest level.”
She continued, “God is not a respecter of persons. He will judge everyone according to his or her works. Therefore, those concerned should repent now before it is too late. God is about to pass through Nigeria with His wrath. He is the Creator of the universe. I am that I am changes not. He will do whatever He says He will do. Those concerned must repent now before it is too late.”
The outreach also appealed to Nigerians to stop wickedness and genuinely pursue repentance, and seek forgiveness, to make the country better, warning that nobody could withstand the anger of God.
“We have no other country to call our own. I am appealing to all Nigerians to arise and do the needful now. God is angry with us. I pray Nigeria will not become a goat nation in Jesus name,” as she expressed the hope that “God will show mercy if we seek for forgiveness. But if we refuse to repent and continue in our wickedness and iniquities His wrath will come upon us.”
In the same vein, Pastor (Mrs) Alao also warned Christians across board to abstain from all sinful and ungodly acts they indulged in this end time so that it would not catch up with them before the second coming of Jesus Christ.
Pastor (Mrs) Alao, the coordinator of the reconciliation and intercession prayer ministry, noted that various events across the world today are signals that the return of Christ is imminent, also released a list of 60 acts that the body of Christ should desist from so as to be able to present a Church without spots or wrinkles when Jesus Christ returns.
“The message from our Lord Jesus Christ to the body of Christ is to repent and stop acts of strife and disunity, hatred, unforgiving, unrighteousness, misuse of gifts, selfishness, anger, lack of self control, procrastination, disobedience, fearfulness, selfish evangelism, self exaltation, blasphemy, false doctrine, laziness, idolatry, disorderliness, dishonesty, un-thankfulness, sexual perversion, untruthfulness, impatience, pride, bribery, indiscipline and cursing” among other ungodly acts.
The End-time intercessory and reconciliation outreach also enjoined churches to put more emphasis on evangelism with the sole aim of evangelizing more souls for God’s kingdom in this end time, and to also preach more about heaven and hell with serious awareness and
enlightenment, noting that “God is not a respecter of persons” quoting Colossians 3:5.
“Take heed! My humble appeal to us all is to let us all arise and do the needful. Our God is merciful and he is also a consuming fire. Remember, He will start His judgment from the church. I pray that the blood of Jesus Christ will not be in vain over His church, our lives and nations in Jesus name,” the AGRO coordinator, prayed.
The Arm of God Reconciliation Outreach (AGRO) ministry was inspired from two separate but similar revelations from God by its set woman, Pastor Clara Alao, on 12th December, 2017 and 12th May 2018 respectively. The vision of the outreach ministry is to work as a succor to the body of Christ and with a mandate to foster unity and love in the body of Christ, and also to inspire persistent united prayer for those in authority.
The mission of the outreach is for the body of Christ, particularly pastors, to break doctrinal barriers and unite in love to become a formidable team of witnesses to the realities of God’s love and desires, “that we (the body of Christ) may live a peaceable and quiet life in all godliness and honesty,” according to 1 Timothy 2:12.
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