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What Nigeria can do to overcome its challenges- Prophet Fufeyin



Founder and Senior Pastor of Christ Mercyland Deliverance Ministry, Prophet Jeremiah Fufeyin, has encouraged Nigerians to keep their dreams of a better country alive.

He said Nigerians home and abroad must not relent in making efforts to realize their dreams as that could help surmount the country’s challenges.

The cleric in a statement to DAILY POST on Monday, described dreams as a spiritual weapon, as he called on all to pay attention their dreams.

“Everyone dreams. Dreams are God’s avenue to prepare you for significant occasions, and exponential shifts,” he said.

Fufeyin disclosed that it would be better to guide children of God on the interpretations of their dreams, as it is essential to solving spiritual quagmires.

Fufeyin urged: “People from all walks of life, regardless of their religious affiliations or denominations, should take their dreams very seriously as things only manifest physically when they have been concluded spiritually.”

Continuing, he said people of great societal status do not joke with their dreams because they understand its non-negotiable importance to humanity.

While highlighting the importance of dream, the pastor averred that clarity is of great necessity if anything good must come out of the dreams.

“Dream interpretations gives proper direction to your prayers because once the cause of a problem is known the solution is not far; this is why it is even more imperative to seek prophetic interpretations and solutions to your dreams.

“One cannot afford to trivialize dreams anymore because they can also be utilized by the devil, to manipulate the future if not fully understood,’ he stated.

According to him, in a time like this and as always, all dreams are significant, adding, “God has blessed a few men with the Joseph-ability to interpret dreams and proffer effective solutions.


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