EVERY WORD OF GOD FOR DAILY LIVING
BY PASTOR PAUL RIKA
(Int. Director Holiness Revival Movement Worldwide)
TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020
1 Peter 2:24 Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.
This testimony is being shared to strengthen our faith in Jesus and continue in the truth we are taught in Holiness Revival Movement Worldwide (HOREMOW).
This event took place around 3am when our treasurer, Sister Agah Anamakiri from Akabuka town, Onelga, Rivers State, Nigeria was returning home from a vigil in her church. About two electric poles to her house, cult boys returning from the slaughtering of their enemies (rival cult members) shot at her and her children, but she being at the front line received 24 bullets.
She fell down and shouted, “Jesus, I have a restitution to make. Please don’t allow me to die.” Blood was oozing out of her body as she laid on the road. People in the neighborhood were afraid to come out until around 6am when it was considered safe. Her little children could not help either.
Her husband’s brother later came and carried her to his hospital. Between 3am and 6am according to her testimony, she felt all her blood had drained out and she told the children to tell Jesus to supply her blood.
When the Chapter Leader got to the hospital, they prayed that God should prove Himself as the owner of Holiness Revival Movement (HOREMOW) and show them that there is great grace in the Movement. Through herbal treatment, about 24 bullets were removed from her body.
When her husband returned that morning from Delta State where he was serving as a police officer, she was taken to Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital for surgery. There, HOREMOW members gathered to pray for hours for her recovery.
Her husband later called the Chapter Leader that they were about to move her to the theatre, and he told him the will of God would be done because intense prayer was on. An hour later, the husband called again to explain that the surgeon came out of the theatre and told him that the equipment needed for the surgery was in terrible condition.
So, they were referred to the Military Hospital in Port Harcourt. There again, they were told that the surgeon had closed an hour earlier.
(To be continued tomorrow).
Thought for the day:
He that believes in Him shall not be ashamed.
Song for the day:
Believe, it shall be well……..
Bible reading for the day:
Job 35-37; Acts 14
PASTOR PAUL RIKA