Christian leader of Spirit Revival Encounter Church, Prophet Sheltons has implored the people of Bulawayo and Zimbabwe to celebrate God’s Grace and the gift of life as we enter 2020.
“Come and join us as we cross over into 2020 we have a crossover service at Elite 400 along Robert Mugabe between 10th and 11th Avenue in Bulawayo.”
Prophet Sheltons went on to say “The New Year can often bring a mixed bag of emotions and memories for many of us. Some may have just experienced the best year ever and look forward to an even greater one looming ahead. Others may have just trudged through one deep struggle after another. The fresh calendar year brings desperate hope for things to be better, with an ache for the still-fresh wounds to slowly begin their process of healing.”
“Whether you’ve just walked through the greatest year of your life, or are incredibly glad to see this one finally over, one truth still rings clear amidst it all. You are not alone. Not ever.”
The young vibrant prophet implored all people christians and non christians alike to come and be partakers at this crossover service which he promised will be life changing.
“Our God is a “with us” let me take this opportunity to wish everyone a happy Christmas and I pray that we continue to express the love that normally abounds at this festive period. On the heels of the celebration of the birth of our King, that love has the power to carry us right into a fresh, new start. He is Immanuel, God with us. And though things and people around us shift and change, our God never changes. May we go into 2020 with love.”
Said the leader of Spirit Revival Encounter Church, Prophet Sheltons.
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