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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Prayer Warriors Lie On The Road To Pray Against Coronavirus



A facebook user captured these prayer warriors of Methodist Church in Benue State who lay down on the red earth to cry to God over the coronavirus pandemic currently plaguing the World.















43 comments:

  1. But why is it only the women that are praying na. Where are the men the head of the homes that are supposed to protect women and children.

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    1. Men! Hmm.. .you don't know how men go quiet and clueless in the face of confusion. They will tell you they are analysing the situation critically by the truth is they don't know what to do.
      Women will always go all out to try all available options.They just will never give up.
      I am not saying this action is wright or wrong...but at least they are trying to do something.

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    2. you have said it well. Statistically it is men that are dying more in this covid 19 epidemic

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    3. If it's by prayer, virus won't kill people in Italy.
      Are you more Catholic hsn Rome ?
      You all be there decieving yourselves

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    4. Prayer is very very good, but haven’t they heard of social distancing?
      This is ignorance of the facts in practice. Pray in your homes!

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    5. There is a spiritual connotations to women lying bare on their land and speaking / praying. Don't ask me don't know but remember grandad saying smtn to that effect. Wish they could do this for the problems Nigeria face as a country.

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    6. DON, it's not about the name of the city,country or person who prays or prayed.

      It is about a prayer of faith, even faith as small as a mustard seed and faith in WHOM.
      It shall be done unto you according to your faith.

      Jesus Christ is LORD of lords.

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  2. There's nothing God can't do. This too shall pass.

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  3. They should all be quarantined

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    1. May God hear our prayers as a country.
      May God heal our lands from this virus in Jesus name, Amen.

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  5. AMEIN! Mankind is truely helpless against this virus. We are in the end times whether we admit it or not. Let's all cry out to YAHWEH! No matter our civilisation or technology, He is GREATER and MORE than we can imagine. It's time to forgive those who have hurt you and be at peace in your soul.

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  6. Belief works like Miracle. Whatever who blfs will work for them πŸ‘

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  7. I see fools in a large number.

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    1. I wonder what kind of life you live in real life.

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    2. You are a greater fool

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    3. As in ehn.
      Ill informed people.

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    4. Remember what happened to Micah when she laughed at David in the Bible?

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  8. This look very much like otukpo. I just called to talk to my sister but she said God will take control so I have now given up preaching COVID-19 also known as covic one nine to any Nigerian. Every mallam with im kettle abeg.

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  9. Avoid crowded places, stay indoors & stay safe but, they won't hear
    😷😷🚢🏾‍♀🚢🏾‍♀


    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  10. Not tryna rain on anyone's parade..but couldn't day at least space themselves...Just saying! Amen to their Prayers

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  11. nothing wrong, the earth is the lord and all his elements answer to his name. take the necessary precautions and still pray. I however remind people corona or no corona, whether you die now or later where will you spend eternity? we are in the end times and the worse is yet to come

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    1. The right question at a crucial time @ Baby Oku.πŸ‘

      Folks, read the book of Revealations on the plagues that will befall the people of the earth after rapture of the body of Christ (the Church not denominations).

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  12. This is highly irresponsible. It's high time our religious leaders are held accountable for their actions. This is unacceptable. Benue state that is known to have low index rate in medical statistics and low response in human welfare. The governor is yet to make any public announcement or comprehensive statement of tackling the virus if it eventually enters the state.

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    1. Please can you explain why you think it is highly irresponsible?

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  13. May God hear their prayers. Amen and Amen

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  14. Abba Kyari has tested positive for the virus. Kwakwakwa

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    1. Egungun has entered express.

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    2. Are u serious or joking please?

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    3. LMAO, they ain't seen nothing yet!!!

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  15. It is well, this is so wrong, they should have prayed from home and not in a large group like this.

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  16. Wow. I feel for them.
    May God answer their prayers.

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  17. Where are all your pastors that do mass production miracle on TV. Where are all the prophets, they are needed now or are they not in town ?
    Bunch of liars, it's now you all should wake up or remain you'd for life.
    Corona virus has exposed your religious leaders as bunch of fake ass living on your sweat.

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    1. Uncle calm down!! Where are all your scientists they should come out and fix the situation? Stop the blames it is not needed. I agree ignorance is a disease, but trust me the whole world is confused. God will give scientists the idea and knowledge needed to come up with vaccine. Prayers and science go hand in hand. God answers prayer not religion or pastors.

      June 27

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  18. May God answer your prayers,amen

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  19. These women stood in the gap for their state and country. God will reward and answer their kind prayers. For those criticizing them and calling them names, I pray u dont find yourself in a situation where all u have to do is call the name of God when all hope is lost. These are women and what they are doing is backed by the scripture. Their prayers will do much in the state and country and every other people should emulate them by praying in their closet if not in public. Am a critic as well and preach common sence but these women did the right thing to pray.

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    1. Olomo Olomo, before we in Africa and Nigeria were introduced to Christianity, how did we pray to God. I am just curious. Are we saying that until the White man introduced us to Christianity we didn't know God? Or God wasn't with us until the introduction of Christianity? I don't have answers to the questions I asked hence the reason I asked.

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    2. Pray in what u believe it and you will get answers to your prayers

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  20. AMEN to their bold step of faith.πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™
    God bless and keep these women and their generations to come.❤️❤️❤️

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  21. Yes and Amen to all their prayers.

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  22. Stupid Africans. They manufacture nothing but prayers but will be thefirst to consume what others produce. What happened to social distancing? I

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