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King’s Chapel: 5 Years Of Prophetic Services To The People

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Activities of churches across Delta State in recent times leave more questions than answers, but at King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry, also known as Arena of Liberty, worshipers say it is a place where God speaks, writes NOSA ERESOYEN.

The entrance of King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry, also known as Arena of Liberty in Asaba, the Delta State capital dealt multiple and unexpected blows to many churches, especially, “fake ones” who had in past ripped off unsuspecting and desperate salvation seekers.

From inception, the King’s Chapel sufficiently and clearly dictated the true position of Christ the King who heals the sick, elevate the poor in spirit and in true faith with a vow of “touch not my anointed and do my prophet no harm”.

Situated around Ajaji crescent, off Saint Bridig Road, Asaba, the King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry is by all standards an “Arena of Liberty” where faith, prophecies, Bible teachings, healing of the sick speak volumes with no cost attached.

In the last five years of its existence of no cost to service delivery, the church, King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry, had made tremendous impact in the lives of the sick, including those bedevilled by unforeseen evil spirits that consistently inhibit them from having their breakthrough in life.

Besides, the church had also made its position glaringly different from others and known to its teeming worshippers that it is possible to get delivered from the hands of the wicked via true and sincere hearts for Jesus Christ.

With countless numbers of people healed of madness, asthmatic attacks among other diseases, its services are often devoid of lawlessness, ranging from the ushering department to the media and the choir where those assigned as workers of the church display high level of education and discipline.

Expectedly, King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry possesses the epitome of the founder’s father in the Lord, Prophet T.B. Joshua of the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos, and at the centre of the succinct and incontrovertible account of true life healings and prophetic dispositions, is Prophet Godfrey Irehbude, a graduate of Economics from a the prestigious Delta State University, DELSU, Abraka.

Prophet Irehbude hails from Uromi community in Edo State, and his  interesting road to stardom portends uncontrollable tears and sorrow, especially as a posthumous child who suffered untold poverty and hardship.

But in the true will of God, Irehbude had his calling to serve God, and heal the sick at no cost, including prophecies for the people.

Laced with “take more of me, and give more of you Jesus”, King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry holds its services on Tuesdays, Thursdays and the conventional Sunday worship service with beehive of worshippers from far and near, and in most cases from overseas seeking true faith of divine intervention to whatever their problems are by Christ Jesus.

In these fire years of eventful spiritual warfare and return to senders, particularly healings and prophecies, King’s Chapel has no signboard, but speaks volumes of real arena of liberty in the atmosphere of discipline, well-educated Bible teachers, well organised Board of Trustees, BOT, headed by Elder Mike Nwokonye, and over 200 church workers made up of males and females.

While still basking in the euphoria of celebrations, especially the recently celebrated birthday of Prophet Irehbude, a closer scrutiny of the church’s activities, reveals most intriguing the supportive nature of the Prophet’s wife, Pastor (Mrs.) Maryanne Irehbude, who also is a graduate of DELSU and a beloved daughter of Ibusa community, near Asaba, Delta State.

Founded precisely in the month of December, five years ago, King’s Chapel International Prayer Ministry had through incontrovertible services, remained a reference point to believers in the word of God, and suffices to say that traducers had made several attempted moves to “destroy” and blackmail its activities, but had abysmally failed and were reduced to rubbles by God.

Accordingly, Prophet Irehbude in one of his Bible teachings described the scripture as “the reason for redeeming the time because of the evil days,” recalling that the Bible says, “Redeeming the time because the days are evil.”

The prophet said, “In earnest, the whole essence of time, redemption is to enable us survive and succeed in these evil days, those who don’t redeem the lost or wasted time of their lives find it very difficult to cope in evil days, such as we are currently living in. However, to say that the diminishing returns in affection between lovers usually takes place over a long period of time in the relationship is always hot and steaming.”

This, Prophet Irehbude noted, is the beginning of every genuine lover’s relationship with God, adding that if something is not done to remedy the situation, the passion of love continues to diminish till it goes out completely.

“So it is with our relationship with God. As it is already known, the last days of the earth are here and remember that towards the end, relationships will begin to suffer the low passion cries, and in 2 Timothy 3:1 & 4, the Bible says, ‘This know also, that in the last days, perilous times shall come, for man shall be lovers of their own selves, lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God’,” he added.

In this season of thanksgiving, King’s Chapel believes the only sure ways to breaking the yoke of impediments, and setbacks, and in the last few months, is the continued thanksgiving by various family members of the church.

Speaking to journalists recently, Prophet Irehbude warned politicians to steer clear of evil, particularly their alleged involvement in taking human life to climb the unexpected and unsuspecting crescendo of their lives.

He said, “Taking human life is a terrible act and an abomination before God, as human beings, it behoves on all of us to join in the task of preserving human lives, and maintaining the dignity of the human person.”

However, it is crystal clear that there are churches, and there are churches, but King’s Chapel is a place where God speaks unhindered.



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