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“Destiny changer, come and change my destiny is a prayer from the shrine, it is not a Bible-based prayer” – Pastor Abel Damina Reveals Why

Senior Pastor of Power City International, Dr. Abel damina admonished members of his congregation not to waste their prayer time by asking God to change their destinies, because God is not a man that changes His mind. When He gives someone a bright destiny at birth, He does not take it back no matter what the person does.

According to the Cleric on a YouTube video posted a few hours ago, When God created you, He gave you a bright destiny. He does not change His mind, because James 1:17 says whatever is good and perfect comes to us from God who is the father of lights. Unlike men, He never changes or casts a shifting shadow.

“Destiny changer, come and change my destiny is a prayer from the shrine, it is not a Bible-based prayer. Which destiny is God going to change? Are you in Christ or not? Because if you are in Christ you have no destiny to change. The day you came into Christ, you came into destiny. God knows the thought He has for you, thought of peace and not evil, to give you a future and hope”, Dr. Damina said.

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