By Emmanuel Egbuchinem

Succour has come the way of over 90 widows at Azunze, Kwale, in Ndokwa west local government area of Delta state, with the donation of various food items and toiletries to them by the Founder and General Overseer of Divine Faith Evangelical Mission International, Agbor, Prophet Joseph Igbodo.

On arrival at the premises of Life Redeemer’s Assembly Church, Azunze, venue of the presentation ceremony, Prophet Igbodo and other men of God who accompanied him met the widows who danced in excitement to welcome him.

In a brief remark, the elect of God, who is also the Proprietor of St. Stephen’s Trust Widows Home and Job’s Orphanage both in Agbor, Ika south local government area of Delta State; thanked God for sparing the lives of the widows and their children, while appreciating the women for honouring his invitation.

Prophet Igbodo cautioned them to desist from patronizing fake pastors who would want to take advantage of them and expressed delight at always meeting them because of their prayers upon his life and Ministry.

He charged them to remain steadfast in serving God, as ” God Almighty gives Joy and is always ready to wipe away their tears when they cleave unto Him*.

In an exhortation, the Guest Speaker, Apostle Joseph Ekuma, Eulogized the sterling qualities  of Prophet Joseph Igbodo, who God was using to meet the needs of widows and urged the women to always remember the Prophet in their prayers.

Also speaking, Pastor Dominic Ebie, thanked and appreciated God for the successes recorded by Prophet Igbodo, in propagating the Gospel to higher level, through his lofty humanitarian services to the widows, orphans and the down trodden in the society.

Presenting the food items and toiletries to the widows, Prophet Igbodo, informed them that they were provided by God, through kind hearted individuals and organizations. 

Deaconess Esther Anie, on behalf of the widows, thanked Prophet Igbodo, for always coming to give them food and succour and prayed God to bless and prosper him and his Ministry.   

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