Reheem family school going children who were recently delivered and now doing good in school

LILONGWE-(MaraviPost)- In a bid to instill spiritual strength in the lives of students, ahead of the examinations period across the nation, the Lilongwe-based Soul Savers Church has organized special service of prayers coupled with deliverance.

The service is slated for Saturday, May 13, at the church’s headquarters at Area 25, Msungwi in the capital Lilongwe.

The church’s founder and overseer Pastor Steve Wingolo, told The Maravi Post in an exclusive interview on Thursday, that among others, there will be a time to pray for the numerous challenges students face during studies. The service is dubbed, “Special Deliverance Service,”

Pastor Wingolo said.

The service is being organized after observing that the bad spirits of failure and disappointments have taken hostage of many students across the country.

Wingolo added that prayers are open for every one across the country and even beyond. The service will start at 9 o’clock in the morning.

“We have organized this special deliverance service because we want to bring back the lost glory among students who do not succeed in time of examinations.

There will be deliverance from the spirit of failure, the spirit of disappointment, and family curses,” the Pastor said.

“The prayers are for everyone; children and adults who are studying, and even those writing or expecting to write examinations. During this service, God will deliver and set them free from these spirits, and give them the remembrance spirit, and no one will fail exams,” Pastor Wingolo said.

According to the Man of God Wingolo, prayer is the only weapon that deals with all the problems that a human being cannot solve, and it is an important instrument in overcoming sin and temptation.

“Prayer is a major weapon in fighting the spiritual battles,” Wingolo assured, quoting scripture from the book of Ephesians.

Established in 2014, Soul Savers Church, has over three thousand followers that worship at its branches in three districts namely Lilongwe, Mchinji and Dowa.

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