Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is asking the world to brace themselves for more challenges ahead after the novel coronavirus.
Leading in a time of prayer on #JoyTimeInHisPresence on Joy FM, Sunday, the General Overseer of Action Chapel International said prophetically it was proclaimed that the covid-19 will come but would pass over during Christ’ Passover.
“It was predicted that this covid will come but will pass over during the Passover which was April, 8 and 9th but it has passed because we haven’t enforced the prophetic word. It was revealed last year in September,” he said.
According to him, God has allowed the virus to still be in existence because He wants Christians to be humble and ask for forgiveness.
“I believe that God has allowed it to wake us up and get us prepared to cause men and women to turn to their maker. I also believe that if we don’t prophesy, it won’t vanish. We can’t just follow what the science is saying and so we need to go spiritual and fight the unseen enemy. It is an invisible enemy because we can’t see,” he said.
Archbishop Duncan-Williams believes that the only thing that can stop this virus and the challenges ahead is the prayers and intercession of the church.
“It is important to keep faith and keep hope alive and we can do that by praying and interceding. I am proclaiming that the storm is over. Let this storm pass over our nation,” he said.
He, however, advised Ghanaians to remain positive as the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread across nations around the world including Ghana.