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God’s wrath awaits you, CAN president warns man-made miracle workers

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The President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev Supo Ayokunle, has warned pastors engaged in man-made miracles to stop forthwith or incur the wrath of God.

Rev Ayokunle stated this on Saturday in Ogbomosho during a press conference ahead of Convention of the Nigerian Baptist Convention.

The CAN president also called on President Muhammadu Buhari to urgently address the security situation in the country.

He said: “On a serious note, if any servant of God is organising man-made miracles, saying God has done what he has not done, that person will go to hell. He is not of church of Christ. These are people whose bellies are their gods. They are not mindful of the things of the scriptures.

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“I will admonish those who allowed themselves to be used for man-made miracles to behave better. And if you see any so-called minister of the gospel who is fond of organising man-made miracles, don’t patronise their churches again. Let their churches be empty, so that they can go and look for a better job.”

Ayokunle further posited that though Nigeria is not yet where it ought to be, it will soon witness unprecedented glory and positive tranformation through the ceaseless prayers.

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