Nigeria: God Is Trying To Redeem What The Enemy Has Stolen – Gospel Singer, Don Moen

Nigeria: God Is Trying To Redeem What The Enemy Has Stolen – Gospel Singer, Don Moen

The evil and negativity in the air notwithstanding, world renowned gospel singer, Don Moen, has said that going by the wave of religious activities in the country, something good is in the offing for the country.

Nigeria: God Is Trying To Redeem What The Enemy Has Stolen – Gospel Singer, Don Moen

Don Moen made this prophetic utterance during a press briefing held at The Glorious Fountain Ministries (a.k.a City of Refuge), Airport Road, Warri, Delta State, at the weekend to mark a three-day praise programme that ended on Sunday.

Moen, who hinted he gets his inspiration from prayer and real life experiences, was in Nigeria with his guitarist, Alabama-based Lenny Leblanc, for the three-day praise programme tagged, “The encounter,” that ended on Sunday.

The American singer, who said Nigerians had embraced his music beyond cultural and denominational linings, stated that he noticed Nigeria was bubbling up for something good and great that was ahead.

“We are happy to be here. This is about my eight time of being invited to Nigeria for ministration. Nigeria is just bubbling up. Something is rising. Something good is rising up.

Nigeria’s life is coming back. God is trying to redeem what the enemy has stolen. God has something for Nigeria,” he declared.

President of the ministry, Pastor Gweke Ikoge, while speaking, appreciated the move of God during the programme such that lives had been transformed and Warri and Nigeria would never remain the same again.

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