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A RELEASE OF THE ANOINTING - Joe Praise imparted by Pastor Chris at Higher Life Conference

A RELEASE OF THE ANOINTING - Joe Praise imparted by Pastor Chris at Higher Life Conference



A RELEASE OF THE ANOINTING



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A RELEASE OF THE ANOINTING - Joe Praise imparted by Pastor Chris at Higher Life Conference.



Joe Praise stirs the anointing as he leads a rapturous worship in a special service with Pastor Chris. The floodgates are open. The atmosphere suddenly changes and a very strong unction comes upon Pastor Chris who freely releases the Power of the Holy Ghost on Joe Praise and others.



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OFFICIAL FUNERAL UPDATES OF JAMES NEE SON OF PROPHET SHEPHERD BUSHIRI

Pamela why - UNBELIEVABLE! A FIGHT breaks out in church - Accurate Proph...

The origin of Pamela why





Pamela why - UNBELIEVABLE! A FIGHT breaks out in church -
Accurate Prophecy with Alph LUKAU The origin of ‘Pamela Why’ that is trending throughout the
social media is the following video that captures the operation accurate
prophecy in Allelujah Ministries International through God’s general, Pastor
Alph Lukau.
Pastor Alph Lukau of Allelujah Ministries International
(AMI), a man set aside by God, anointed with a supreme anointing never stops to
wow the world with the operation of the gift of prophecy in an unconventional way.
Voiceofdominion.com thought it wise to recapture this moment
so that many can understand the origin of the phrase ‘Pamela Why?’ for the
glory of God. It is worth noting that the prophetic is the most misunderstood
and most criticized gift of the Spirit. Hence, we clearly understand why many
are outrageous with this operation. But as Senior Prophet T.B Joshua puts it: ‘What
people know, they destroy. What they don’t know, they call names.’ He…

My Covenant With You I Will Not Break - Pastor Alph LUKAU ~ Voiceofdom...

My Covenant With You I Will Not Break -   Pastor Alph LUKAU ~ Voiceofdominion com Pastor Alph Lukau of Allelujah Ministries International (AMI), a man set aside by God, anointed with a supreme anointing edifies the congregation with yet another deep revelation from the volume of the scriptures. Through this life transforming encountered captured by voiceofdominion.com, the man of God unravels the mysteries of a covenant relationship with God.


Alph Lukau, as he loves to call himself, serves God in an unconventional way that can only be understood by those who know the value of a covenant. We trust that this message will lift up your faith and bring salvation, healing, deliverance and all of God's blessings in your life in Jesus' Name.

John G. Lake

John Graham Lake (March 18, 1870 – September 16, 1935), usually known as John G. Lake, was a Canadian-American leader in the Pentecostal movement that began in the early 20th century, and is known as a faith healer, missionary, and with Thomas Hezmalhalch, co-founder of the Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa. Through his 1908–13 African missionary work, Lake played a decisive role in the spread of Pentecostalism in South Africa, the most successful southern African religious movement of the 20th century.

Smith Wigglesworth

Early life
Smith Wigglesworth was born on 8 June 1859 in Menston, Yorkshire, England, to an impoverished family. As a small child, he worked in the fields pulling turnips alongside his mother; he also worked in factories. During his childhood he was illiterate. Nominally a Methodist, he became a born again Christian at the age of eight. His grandmother was a devout Methodist; his parents, John and Martha took young Smith to Methodist and Anglicanchurches on regular occasions. He was confirmed by a Bishop in the Church of England, baptized by immersion in the Baptist Church and had the grounding in Bible teaching in the Plymouth Brethrenwhile learning the plumbing trade as an apprentice from a man in the Brethren movement. Wigglesworth married Polly Featherstone on 2 May 1882. At the time of their marriage, she was a preacher with the Salvation Army and had come to the attention of General William Booth. They had one daughter, Alice, and four sons, Seth, Harold, Ernest and George. Pol…