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Evelyn Joshua empowers two ex-convicts after leading them to Jesus Christ
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Evelyn Joshua empowers two ex-convicts after leading them to Jesus Christ

Heaven has gained two new converts as two brothers finds God through The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, after 9 years of imprisonment. On Sunday, May 21, 2023, Emmanuel

  • PublishedJune 5, 2023

Heaven has gained two new converts as two brothers finds God through The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, SCOAN, after 9 years of imprisonment.

On Sunday, May 21, 2023, Emmanuel Ugwu and his younger brother Kelechi Ugwu from Enugu State were among those who received deliverance in The SCOAN. In their testimony during the SCOAN’s Live Sunday Service yesterday they narrated how they spent 9years in prison.

“My problem started in 2013, after I went to the village and gave financial handouts to friends and relatives there, to prove to them that I have made money.” Emmanuel said on June 4, 2023. He told of how an old woman began to appear in his dreams demanding that he hand over his money to her. “After I dreamt of an old woman who collected money from me in the dream I became so poor that I was left with only the option of stealing,” he told the church. In fact, Emmanuel and his brother did engage in robbery and they were actually sent to prison for nine years – in 2014. He had hijacked a car together with his younger brother and a friend, who later ran off with the vehicle and snitched on the siblings. Emmanuel also told of how another brother of his had lost his sanity – an incident that convinced him on the need to seek divine help.

Since his deliverance at The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Emmanuel has stopped seeing the old woman or masquerades in his dreams. “Seek God’s help always,” he advised the people. Emmanuel’s brother, Kelechi, shared his own story, admitting that he had indeed brought up the idea of carjacking. He also told of how he had agreed to seek God’s help after Emmanuel’s earlier deliverance. “Don’t be pushed into crime by your situation,” he said while advising people to seek God’s help when in crisis. Moved with compassion about the siblings’ situation, Pastor Evelyn Joshua, with the support of Emmanuel TV Partners, gave a donation of 1.5 million naira to them.

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