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C&S Unification visits LOC Church

The stretch of Water Corporation Drive, off Ligali Ayorinde Street, on Victoria Island, in Lagos State was agog, on Monday, July 27, 2021, when the Supreme Head of the Cherubim & Seraphim Unification Church of Nigeria, His Most Eminence Solomon Adegboyega Alao led a large delegation of members of the church to visit the newly-built headquarters of the Love of Christ Generation Church, headed by renowned Evangelist, Rev, Mother Prophetess Abimbola Esther Ajayi.
The visit, which was officially the first of its kind by the parent body of all conglomeration of C&S organisation, was also attended by several members of the highest spiritual body of the Church, the Ecclesiastical Council, as well as a large delegation from the Lagos State chapter of the Unification.
Upon the delegation’s arrival at the imposing edifice, Rev. Mother Esther Ajayi met them at the forecourt of the structure where she and the Supreme Head inspected a Guard of Honour mounted in their honour by a detachment of the National Army of Salvation of the Church, who paraded in their full regalia.
Shortly after the inspection of the Guard of Honour, Rev. Mother Ajayi took the delegation on a facility tour round the intimidating edifice before they all finally settled for prayers at the main auditorium on the second floor of the complex.
For over an hour after the tour, a service was held in the church auditorium to appreciate God on behalf of the woman of God and Seraphs at large.
Head of the National Council of Prophets and Prophetesses, Supt. General Apostle Ademola Esan Jpil led the congregation through a powerful prayer session and with hymns.
In her address, Rev. Mother Esther Ajayi gave glory to God for what He had done in her life. She said, “it is just God’s mercy that I receive. God did this, not man. I know God gave Seraphs this church to raise us among other denominations in the Christendom. “God has just started with us. I pray God raise more people in our church that will even do better than I can so that people will know that we worship a living God,” she said.
She, however, implored Seraphs to continue to appreciate God and pray for her always.
In his address the Supreme Head said, “Today is a day of testimony and thanksgiving.
“Our Church is a blessing to Africa and we as members of the church are role models.
“Esther Ajayi has represented us well, both home and abroad and I am happy to be associated with her.”
Baba Alao also encouraged members to give their substances to God because “doing business with God is the greatest gain one can achieve.”
He, however, urged members to continue to pray for the peace of our nation.
The Supreme Head on behalf of the church presented a cheque to the renowned Woman of God.

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