he Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN) on Sunday in Abuja cautioned Christians against amplifying the country’s problems and challenges but to pray instead for Nigerian leaders.
“Christians should not amplify the challenges or problems of the country, but pray and fill the vacuum of worries and anxieties with prayers.
“God is showing mercy to our country and we shall prevail if we the people do not relent in prayers or give excuses not to pray,’’ PFN president Wale Oke said while giving the charge.
The charge was given at a three-day Anchor Men’s conference of the PFN, which was part of an Anchor Business Breakfast Meeting organised by the Men’s Fellowship of Family Worship Centre (FWC) in Abuja.
Mr Oke said that it was only when men sought God’s guidance and directions to lead that they would be able to lead rightly and righteously.
He added that where the military was paralysed, and the economy could not be sustained, it was only the Word of God through prayers that would make a difference in the country.
The PFN president also prayed for peace and an ease of tension in all the regions of the country and in all spheres of governance.
At the conference were Boss Mustapha, the Secretary to the Government of the Federation who is also the Chairman of the Anchor Men’s Fellowship, branch pastors of FWC and other ministers of God.