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 « Latest News »   Employees Urged to Pray for their Leaders.

MD T. Nelson Williams, II (r) and DMD/O Aaron J. Wheagar, I with clergy members at the Intercessory Service.  In the  Canteen on the main storage terminal of the LPRC on Bushrod Island , what is usually considered an under the tree meeting, where employees are updated on the financial, operational and administrative positions of the company, turned up to be a Praise and Intercessory service.

The well attended meeting greeted the worship service with many great and thunderous Amen’s, as five different Holy Ghost charged pastors from well Known Christian congregations kept their audience spiritually alert.
The lead Pastor, Rev. Simeon Dunbar in his exhortation to the congregation, called on the LPRC family to reference God and remain faithful in their service to the Nation. Additionally, Rev Simeon called on all employees to Love and Pray for each other, while exhibiting to a very good deal of responsibility and commitment in their service to the Nation adding “when these things are done, God will be for us. And when God is for us who can be against us?”
In conclusion, Rev. Dunbar reminded all true believers to always pray for their leaders and keep them in high esteem.  “Stop undermining your leaders and wait for your time” the Liberty Christian Center National Overseer warned.
Prior to the exhortation, many soul winning praise and worship chorus echoed through the air after which several prayer points were offered for the company and its management team.
In remarks T. Nelson Williams, II recounted many interventions that God has made on behalf of the company. He made particular reference to the recent fire disaster at the Fouani Brothers Industrial Complex in the enclave of waterside where several lives were lost. “It took the intervention of God that rescued two of our fire men who were entrapped for over five hours  under the rubbles of the collapsed building. Others said they were lucky, but I said they were blessed”, Mr. Williams indicated.

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