 Clergy tags covenant health as basic benefit of Christianity.

Pastor Mamfe Ugesa of Dunamis International Gospel Center, Yenagoa Bayelsa Central has said every born-again child of God is entitled to covenant wealth.

Pastor Ugesa who spoke on the topic “Kingdom financial prosperity” said wealth is the total wellbeing of a person while urging Christians to be obedient to God’s word to obtain covenant blessings.

He noted that being born again, having the fear of God, giving to the needy and financial integrity amongst others are the access to covenant wealth.

Lead Pastor of Reconciliation Chapel Of Grace Agbura, Pastor Egba Romeo has admonished Christians to always adopt proper application of Biblical principles to enhance their spiritual gift.

Preaching on the topic “The Law Of Use And Increase” anchored on Luke chapter nineteen verse twenty-six, Pastor Romeo said if one uses what he or she has been given in line with laid down principles, increase would always be guaranteed from above.

The clergyman therefore urged the congregants to borrow a leaf from that Biblical injunction to enjoy greater flow of God’s power and manifestation.

General Overseer Glorified Ambassador for Christ Assembly Etegwe Yenagoa, Bishop Patterson Kikilehas admonished Christians to always be mindful of the anointing which is the presence of God within them.

Preaching on the Topic ‘Anointing for Ease’, Bishop Kikile said the anointing enables a Christian to live the supernatural life and make other people identify them.

The clergyman also noted that the anointing in a believer makes the difference.