The Rt. Revd Manasses Okere, Bishop of Anglican Diocese, Isiukwuato in Abia State, has described the COVID-19 outbreak as a blessing in disguise.
Okere stated the outbreak created a chance for home church buildings to develop throughout the nation.
He spoke on the 12th Synod of Anglican Diocese of Awka, NAN experiences.
The cleric acknowledged that the virus united households by making them spend lengthy and high quality time collectively.
Stressing that God was conscious of COVID-19, Okere acknowledged that the virus introduced folks nearer to God.
Based on the clergyman: “The pandemic is a blessing in disguise for the church specifically as a result of it offered the setting for the home church, the place households prayed collectively and thrive.
“God is conscious COVID-19 will come the time it got here, nothing occurs to God without warning.
“Although COVID-19 has wreaked havoc in our world society, it has introduced good fortunes and re-united households by making them to sit down collectively and pray.
“It additionally made folks flip to God after understanding that science has failed.”