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Rehoboth Deliverance Bible Church Ends 3-day Program

The Rehoboth Deliverance Bible Church, RDBC, aka Potter’s House, has ended its 3day deliverance program, on Sunday, July 8, 2012, at the Church Cathedral, Omuchetu Omagwa, by AP filling station, Isiokpo Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Speaking with our correspondent at the end of the service, Bishop Dr. Kingsley Oloro JP, General Overseer and Founder of Rehoboth Deliverance Bible Church, stressed the need for people to move when God wants them to move, in order not to derail, linking it to his experience while trying to register his ministry with the Cooperate Affairs Commission (CAC).
Dr. Oloro maintained that he was meant to understand the biblical meaning of the word Rehoboth, where Isaac found favour from God having experienced several violent encounters with people in the areas where he found the first and second wells as recorded in the bible.
Bishop Kingsley was quick to point out that Isaac said Rehoboth, when he got to a particular well, which he found to be a violent free one, hence the meaning that God has granted them a fruitful land, and his decision to register his ministry with RDBC.
He stated that RDBC is two years old at its current permanent site, believing that in no distant time the ministry will be a church to behold.
Responding to the issue of challenges, Bishop Kingsley explained that life is all about challenges and not just the church, describing life as one that moves in phases, adding that each stage has its own challenges, and the fact that ministry is a whole global wall of challenges.
Oloro made references to the book of Luke18:27 and Judges 14:3 where he clarified the challenges that Sampson and other men in the bible were faced with, pointing out that in every challenge, there must be a way out and one cannot avoid challenges without which victory or moving to the next level would not be achieved.
On the theme of their 3-day program, “This Nonsense Must Stop”, Oloro quoted the book of Jude 11, where he narrated the experience of rejection that Jeftha encountered in his father’s house and his subsequent sojourn in another land where he got married and had a daughter. He emphasized further that at a point, Jeftha was called upon by the people of the land to be their master and help fight for them to stop the nonsense that has been in their land.
Kingsley also made reference to the book of Luke 19, where he recalled Zacheus and the woman with the issue of blood as some of the nonsense that Jesus Christ stopped, adding that Jesus Christ is the reason for our lives and that he has given us life and life in abundant.
He disclosed further that the impact of his calling in his ministry and followers were the testimonies that are coming from those he delivered from their evil spells and other sicknesses. Bishop Oloro further commended the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, President, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor and Apostle Zilly Aggrey, Chairman, Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria PFN and CAN, Rivers State Chapter, for the efforts they have been making in respect of the Boko Haram menace in the country, believing that God will one day put a stop to the prevailing situation.###

By Blaise Elumezie

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