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“There Are Spiritual Things I Can’t Explain,” Ezekiel Guti Speaks On Coronavirus

Archbishop-Ezekiel-Guti

Ezekiel Guti the founder of ZAOGA Forward in Faith has told his church members not to be afraid of the novel coronavirus saying adding that they should try to have a good relationship with God.

He made the remarks in a letter that was released on Friday to the church’s followers worldwide on the COVID-19 pandemic. The letter reads in part:

With reference to what is happening in the world today, we don’t have to be afraid.

I want to say to all members of ZAOGA Forward In Faith International, do not be afraid.

As I have already told you in the ten days letter, that the year 2020 is different from all the other years.

We need to be strong as never before, because there are things in the spiritual world that I cannot be able to explain, except that I encourage everyone to make sure that your relationship with God is right.

The deadly pandemic is rapidly spreading across the world and has so far killed more than 60 000 people as of this Saturday while 1,133,451 have tested positive for the virus.

The cure is yet to be found and health experts emphasize preventive and management measures.

More: Zim Morning Post

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