It would be an understatement saying that Nigeria’s seat of power, Abuja, was shaken almost to its very foundation between Monday 28th and Tuesday 29th of August, 2017, when the much-admired ‘Restoration Apostle’ and president of the Omega Fire Ministries worldwide, Professor Johnson Suleman, hit the federal capital city with the ministry’s life-changing crusade, ‘Prophet Prophecy’.
“It is good to know the God of a man, but until you know God for yourself, you may never utilize His Power available in your life”, thundered the servant of God as he mounted the rostrum for the first session of the two-day miraculous encounters where burdens via a command of fire were expired and a new chapter of speed and accuracy begun in earnest in the lives of thousands that thronged the City of Power, Kuje, for liberation.
A teacher of The Word, Apostle Suleman, in his typical alertness, explained, demonstrated and simplified spiritual knowledge and the principles of life to his audience that cuts across genders, races, and boundaries while they attested that the message was satisfying to their spiritual desires.
One of the astounding wonders at the Abuja crusade was the experience of a three year-old boy who never walked but met his healing through His able servant, Apostle Suleman. The miraculous happened during the second session of the crusade as the dazed mother announced to the ecstatic audience why she was returning the glory to Jesus.
The boy’s story had it that he was confined to crawling since birth. When the ‘Oracle of God’ laid hands on his legs after praying, he felt a strange strength, stood up, took the first step, the second, third, fourth, and then he walked! The crusade arena erupted in thunderous praises.
There is something exceptional about Apostle Suleman; his desire to impart knowledge and wisdom to the saints is outstanding. In all his years as a preacher, Suleman’s audience are constantly amazed at the zeal with which he reaches out, the unalloyed commitment to his great calling of casting ordinary people into greatness, and the emphasis he lays on the love that radiates through him eyes every time he teaches.
Indeed, the task of leadership is not to put greatness into people, but to elicit it, for the greatness is there already.