How a Former President gave his life to Jesus – Kumuyi

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The general superintendent of the deeper Christian life ministry, Pastor W.F. Kumuyi, shared a video on his Facebook page. He testified of a particular African president who gave his life to Christ and is still standing.

The man of God said:

We organized a crusade in Cotonou, Benin Republic, and there was a woman by the name of Christine, about 40 years of age. She was in the last stage of HIV/AIDS; she laid down on the bed helplessly and could not get up or walk. We have not said the last Amen since the woman got up and started running and exercising her new strength. At the last Amen, the children opened their eyes and started looking for her. When they found her, they thought she was mad and became afraid. She laughed and told them that she was healed and not mad. Her testimony got to the ears of the former president of the country (the president at that time), and he invited me to the government house, where I preached salvation to him, and he gave his life to Christ. Up till now, he is still in the Lord.”

Speaking further, he said, “Why was Christine able to receive? Because she was a sincere seeker. For you to receive from God, seek Him with all your heart, and you will receive.”

The cleric advised his congregation to Pray that God would help them to seek Him heartily. He then prayed that as many as are seeking Christ sincerely, God will grant the desires of their hearts.

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