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We thank God our General Overseer is 83 – Pastor Omajali, says Deeper Life Church began with 15 worshipers

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Pastor Kumuyi

By Celestine Ihejirika, Jalingo

The State Overseer of Deeper Life Church, Jalingo, Pastor Samuel Omajali has joined other Christians world over to appreciate God for the 83rd birthday anniversary celebration of the General Overseer of Deeper Life Church International, Pastor W.F Kumuyi.

Speaking with newsmen in Jalingo on the birthday, Pastor Omajali noted with gratitude that the church which began with 15 worshipers in 1973 has spread all over the world and delivered over 24,000 worshipers who gave their lives to Christ across the globe.

While appreciating God for the life and good health for his servant Pastor Kumuyi, Omajali described the celebrant as God’s sent to the world as the church has continued to move from grace to grace.

He said the life of Pastor Kumuyi has been an exemplary one for Christians to emulate as according to him at 83 years of age, the general overseer has continued to travel places in the world spreading gospel of God to millions of people as testified by many who have recovered from various ill-related health cases,as well receiving blessings, salvations and miracles from him.

The servant man of God also disclosed to journalists on the important of holiness which he said deeper life church stand for, regretted that majority of Christians today have abandoned God for material gains which cannot pave way for anyone to make heaven and urged Christians to emulate the life of general overseer who sees the world as nothing but vanity.

The clergy who revealed that deeper life church under Pastor Kumuyi has delivered several millions from their previous live through crusade and prayers including in Taraba urged believers to remain stable and avoid raising and falling of faith, nothing that the only secret of life was to hold onto God because he answerable all prayers.

He enjoined Christians to believe in mentorship as the general overseer was a product of many mentors and followers of God which gave rise to his success stories.

On Pastor Kumuyi’s several visits to Taraba on meetings and crusades, pastor Omajali described it as resounding successes as his presence in the state was not only historic but has led to the healing of many, renewed hopes of life and joy among Christian worshipers.

Omojali recalled a popular statement made by the general overseer in his recent visit to the state that Taraba is his “second home”.

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