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Election 2019: How my prophecy came to pass – Prophet Fufeyin

The founder and General Overseer of Christ Mercy land Deliverance Ministry, Effurun, Delta State, Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin, has revealed how his prophecy concerning the 2019 presidential election and National Assembly elections came to past.

“Truly we have prophets and true prophets of God, so what a true prophet of God says must surely come to pass,” he told Vanguard.

“I gave this prophecy twice on February 7th and 8th that the elections will not hold that day (February 16th) and the prophecy came to pass.

“A lot of politicians called me and praised me as a true man of God. Above all, the prophecy makes people to believe that I am truly of God and also believe that the living God is working at Mercy City.

“This shows it is good to serve God; and even some prophets called me, saying they marveled at my prophecy that actually came to pass. How do you see the conduct of the general elections?

“This is a trying moment for Christians, especially the clergy and, it behoves on all of us as Christians to pray and seek the face of God for a peaceful and crisis-free exercise.

“We don’t have power of our own and, God Almighty is the ultimate and we should always draw closer to God in everything that we do.

“Don’t forget that God is the Alpha and Omega, he is the beginning and the end; he sees things differently from the way we see things too. God Almighty should come and assist us because he is the saviour of mankind.

“However, I detest unnecessary shedding of blood; in fact, there is no need we should be killing each other because of election because God Almighty in his throne of grace already knows those that will emerge victorious at the end of the exercise; so, we should stop killing ourselves for nothing: God created all of us to prosper and live together like brothers and sisters, so, why should we kill each other because it is in the Bible that we should allow brotherly love to continue and, also the Ten Commandment, says that: ‘Thou shall not kill,’ above all, we should stop the unwholesome attitude.”

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