Rabbi Edward Akinlade has commenced the long-awaited daily worship service, which he referred to as a divine engagement that could save Nigeria from the clutches of disintegration. The maiden service was launched in the early hours of Thursday, July 1, 2021
Recall that the Suru Group Managing Director who spoke at a press briefing in Lagos earlier in June disclosed that the prayer session would be held daily from 3 am to 4 am. He targets believers across the nation and Nigerians in the diaspora to participate in the intense one-hour prayer.
He said the unique and newly formed church – Holy Tabernacle Temple– would serve Nigerians from all religious beliefs and denominations in seven nations like Lagos, Abuja, Dubai, London, Houston, Frankfurt, and Johannesburg.
The second service, which is tagged “The night of 10,000” will run live again on Friday, July 2, 2021, by 3 am on Facebook handle https://web.facebook.com/3amdailyprayersministry/ and the GMD himself will anchor the entire process. It is a lifelong commitment for as many interested believers who earnestly seek change in Nigeria.
According to Rabbi Akinlade, the aims and objectives of the new church order are to: worship Jehovah the God of Heaven, preach the love of Jesus Christ, preach the Messiah Jesus to 7 nations, change Nigeria and Nigerians through 3 am daily prayers, alleviates the suffering of Nigerians worldwide, make Nigeria a better place for the benefits of our coming children, through 3 am daily prayers to wage spiritual wars on all fake men of God seen and unseen, and waging a spiritual war on all bad leaders in Nigeria through the 3 am daily prayers.
He went further to say the church is backed by “the spirits of the seven saints of Moses Orimolade Tunolase, Alfred Akintobi Ajayi, Ayo Babalola, Samuel Bilewu Joseph Oshoffa, Holy Mary Mother of the Lord Jesus, Mother Teresa of Calcutta in India, and Captain Abiodun Emmanuel.
Nigeria’s top gospel artistes that are set to perform at the maiden edition include Tope Alabi, Adeyinka Alaseyori, and many more.