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People Who Come Late To Church Should Pity Themselves – Pastor Paul Enenche Reveals Why

Pastor Paul Enenche, the founder and senior pastor of Dunamis International Gospel Centre spoke on ‘The Flourishing Of Faith’ at Preservation and Power Communion Service, Glory Dome.

According to Church Gist, he revealed that one of the aims of the testimony is to return glory back to God, but the major aim of the testimony is to feed the faith of the people. He said that testimonies are not just a gap filler in the service; it is not what they do while they wait for latecomers. “Actually, latecomers should pity themselves for not listening to the testimonies, because something that could have changed their lives was said when a testimony was shared and they didn’t hear,” he said.

He said that he has had to tell some people whose problems he knew that they needed to listen to testimonies and see how God solved similar problems. “Pick up the message, pick up the service of that day and listen to the testimony,” he said and revealed that every single aspect of service is critical and the testimony segment is not an exception.

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