NSPPD marks 4th anniversary

The New Season Prophetic Prayers and Declarations (NSPPD) online programme organised by a popular preacher Pastor Jerry Eze is celebrating its fourth anniversary.

Several of its members and friends of the cleric took to social media to congratulate Eze. While marking the achievement of programme, Eze said on social media: “It is a new season! NSPPDIANS, we herald a new season! NSPPD is 4! We can’t hold still! Fire reborn, evidence enkindled!

“The eyes of all look to you, and you give them their food in due season. You open your hand; you satisfy the desire of every living thing. The Lord is righteous in all His ways and kind in all His works (Psalm.145:15-17).”

NSPPD has gained global acclaim in the few years of its establishment. Christianity Nigeria earlier reported that Eze, who is also the senior pastor of Stream of Joy International church, had recounted the success of his conference in Ghana.

The programme was held on Saturday, February 24, and attendees basked in the euphoria of the happenings on that day. He wrote on X, “Thank you Jesus for Ghana NSPPD Conference. Over 60,000 lovers of Jesus gathered to celebrate the awesomeness of El Roi. What God cannot do does not exist. All these still feel like a dream sha.”

Several participants of the programme shared what they felt about it.

Manuel Mensah commented: “It was such an unexplainable atmosphere in the Lord’s presence Papa. The fire indeed fell today. I was filled by the Lord. We await next year. El Roi took over tonight. We are proudly NSPPDians.”

David Harvest Thompson said: “All praise to El-Roi for a successful one here in Ghana. This is just the beginning and we will see beyond our expectations by grace. We love you Pastor Jerry and family. God Almighty bless Ghana.”

Abba’s Delight: “Pastor Jerry hasn’t even started praying for healing and fire broke out! People stood up from wheelchairs and threw their walking aids and supports. This Jesus! I’m crying!”

@esiforiwaaha wrote: “It was an outpouring of the miraculous, and to think people were willing to sit in the rain even if it rained. Thank you, papa.”

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