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Coronavirus: Helpless Methodist women roll on the floor begging for God’s intervention

Coronavirus: Helpless Methodist women roll on the floor begging for God’s intervention
Coronavirus: Helpless Methodist women roll on the floor begging for God’s intervention

Authorities have described the current situation the world over as dangerous and unusual times following the declaration of the novel coronavirus pandemic by the World Health Organization(WHO).

Thousands of lives are being lost daily to the virus while the infection rate is galloping in some parts of the globe with helpless nations resorting to prayer for God’s intervention.

MyNewsGh.com has sighted a post on Facebook in which Church women were literally seen rolling on the floor and calling on God’s intercession to bring an end to the deadly virus that is bringing the world on its knees.

The social media user who was shocked by what he saw shared the pathetic story of the worried mothers on his wall.

On my way to the village, last weekend, at the boundary between the Igede and the Tiv people – that was in Konshisha – I saw these the women of Methodist Church Nigeria, Ukpute, whose photos appear underneath, with their white uniform all laid on the red sand praying completely smeared. Upon sighting them, I stopped quickly and wasted no second to join them in the prayer. They called on God to put an end to coronavirus. They asked God to preserve Igede sons and daughters and bless them wherever they are.

They prayed for Governor Samuel Ortom and the people of Benue State. They begged God to stop the killings in Benue and in other parts of the country. They expressed their happiness that I was the first among those who passed before me to stop, and they prayed for me. Mrs Jessy Obwo, the wife of the circuit minister, specifically requested the women to pray for me and appreciated me for identifying with them.

he world is on a trajectory to a devastating end, if nothing is done. A famous American elite, yesterday, charged the people of the United States to spend more time on their knees than they do on the internet.

The social media too have been awashed with pictures of doctors surrendering to God in prayers while treating Coronavirus patients.

Are these not clear statements that the solution to the global health crisis is in the place of prayer? Onah Blessed Emmanuel asked