Liberia’s problems are spiritual
Amid the growing economic and political tension in Liberia, which has led to a planned mass protest by citizens on 07 June, a Liberian clergyman says the country’s problems are spiritual, not political as people may think.
The Director and Speaker of Emmanuel Love Ministry in the Borough of New Kru Town, Bushrod Island Donatus S. Nayensuabo says the current economic crisis that is causing serious hardship for Liberians is highly spiritual, saying, “The devil plans to destroy this nation, and the Lord Jesus said that the problems in the country is spiritual and not political.”
According to him, on April 20th this year while praying, the Lord appeared to him and instructed him to deliver a message to President George M. Weah that the President should instruct all of his officials, foreigners, and others within the borders of Liberia to gather at different locations to hold a national fast and prayer to save the nation from the devil’s plans of destruction come June 7th.
Mr. Nayensuabo walked in the offices of the New Dawn in Monrovia on Wednesday, 8 May and delivered his message, which he claims comes from the Lord Jesus Christ.
He says 2020 will be a year for Jesus Christ in Liberia, which is also a year of favor, grace, and mercy upon the nation and its people, noting, “That is when the Lord intends to shower his blessings on the country and its people, and we will be commemorating our twentieth anniversary of the redemption of the church.
He says next year will also mark the 40th anniversary of the end of the evil government and the wilderness experience, and raising of a new generation that the Lord will bless and make prosperous to come to Africa and the world at large to proclaim Him as the living God, including teaching the second coming of Jesus.
Director Nayensuabo continues that it is for this reason God doesn’t want Liberia to forfeit on the many blessings that are expected. “This is why the Lord has revealed to me that the President should follow the obedience of the King. If this nation will witness another development then he must abide by this mandate from God.”
He notes that many voices are calling for protest due to the prevailing economic hardship in the country, but the problems of Liberia have nothing to do with politics; instead, the devil wants to destroy this nation and put Liberians in chaos, and as a clergyman, my mission is to put out the message and inform the citizens about God’s revelation”, he concludes.By Lewis S. Teh