God’s judgment Will Soon Destroy Wicked Leaders – Kumuyi
Pastor William Kumuyi

Pastor William Kumuyi who is the General Superintendent of Deeper Christian Life Ministry has sent out a strong warning to perpetrators of evil at all levels to desist forthwith, stressing that the day of the fierce anger of God is nearer than they could imagine.

In his sermon tagged, ‘The Striking Prophecy of the Smitten, Smiting Stone,’ which was transmitted through satellite on Friday and was monitored by Africa Today News, New York Kumuyi, warned the people not to think that God does not see all the atrocities and misgivings going on across the nation.

While calling on believers to hold fast their faith, Kumuyi encouraged the people not to think that God has abandoned them in their plight, stressing that the day in which God will judge kings and sinners and punish them for their evil is around the corner.

Kumuyi, who drew his text from Daniel 2 vs 44-45; Isaiah 53:4-5, described Jesus as the stone whose builder rejected but has become the cornerstone, adding that whoever submits to the stone, confesses and repents from his sins shall be forgiven, but anyone that rejects him shall be crushed by the stone.

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The kings of the world are presently ruling but the time is coming God Himself will set and appoint a day in which He will judge the world through his Son, Jesus Christ, the Stone whom He has appointed.

‘It may seem now that God has abandoned the world, and is not seeing all the atrocities being committed, but He is seeing them, and will judge the world in righteousness by His Son whom He has chosen at His own time.

‘A day in which all inhabitants of the earth will tremble. A day of darkness, thick darkness, a unique day which no one has seen before. A day of judgment, a day of fear and terribleness which no one can stand,’ he said.

Africa Today News, New York reports that Nigerians will today return to the polls to elect State Governors and House of Assembly members.

Africa Today News, New York

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