The Holy Scripture tells us in Romans 10:9 that “if you declare with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.” Relying on this, the Zion Prayer Movement Outreach, a non-denominational prayer ministry, founded by Evangelist Obi Chukwuebuka Anozie (Spiritual Director), presents ODIESHI 2021(Divine Protection), at Zion Ground, Onyebuchi Avenue, Hosanna Estates, Ibro Way, Ago-Okota, Lagos, on 10th, 11th, & 12th December, 2021, from 9 am to 6 pm daily.
The servant of God, Evangelist Chukwuebuka Anozie, was “born a twin to the staunch Roman Catholic family of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Obi of Ubulu-Ihejifor in Oru-West L.G.A Imo State, Nigeria.”
“He is a strong reflection of Luke 4:18, whose life is dedicated to living by example and encouraging men and women to live up to their full potentials in Christ. At the tender age of 8, young Chukwuebuka’s spiritual gifts began to manifest. He would give prophecies to people known and unknown to him and it would come to pass just as he had prophesied. This caused many from different places to troop into his father’s compound in search of this gifted lad. After his education, he went off to Lagos for greener pastures which he hoped would be more favorable and beneficial to him as a young man. But this didn’t extinguish the fire of the Holy Spirit burning in him as the fire was unquenchable and so, it kept on burning. Although he got fully established in a thriving cable business, he was still unsatisfied and unfulfilled. He kept on living his normal life until one momentous morning, he heard a strong voice echoing into his ears that he had the anointing of the Holy Spirit running down his head (with the bible verse Isaiah 61:1) instructing him to shut down his business and go into full-time evangelism. Complying with this instruction was quite arduous and backbreaking as his family was antagonistic.”
In the midst of his tribulations and challenges, he stood with the Holy Spirit and gave up his wealth for his evangelical mission called ZPMO in 2009. “The name ZPMO was given by the Holy Spirit to the group of persons who associated with Evang. Chukwuebuka. This group, a handful of persons (about 11 of them) went to the desert with him for prayers and God always made name for himself by the kind of miracles people testified to. Soon, the news spread vigorously and this caused a significant spike in number. The ministry had continued in the desert without interruption from 2009 through 2012. At the time, Uruagu hall at Orile-Iganmu, Lagos, was rented for vigils and consultations. As 2012 rolled on, there was need to move to a bigger venue which would be capable of holding the large crowd that came to worship. God used well-meaning individuals to acquire a land, which is today, the permanent site of ZPMO. Multitudes from far and wide (within and outside Nigeria) converge on days of worship (Sunday fellowship, Wednesday prophetic adoration and Friday vigil) as scores of Christians from different denominations and even non-Christians join the Movement on regular basis. The anointing of the Holy Spirit working in ZPMO cannot be over-emphasized. This is evident by the number and kinds of miracles continually recorded. These include the blind seeing, the lame walking, the deaf hearing, the spiritually possessed and oppressed set free, divine healing of different kinds of disease, to mention but a few. ZPMO holds dear, the strong believe that all power belongs to God and that with him, all things are possible. They believe also that the orchestrations and manipulations of the devil and his cohorts are not meant to be, thus the strict adherence to the divine mandate of redeeming the spiritual rights of believers.”
Having read this, “therefore I tell you, whatever you ask for in prayer, believe that you have received it, and it will be yours.” Mark 11:24
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