Bishop from Cote D Ivoire visits First Lady PDF Print E-mail

h11BISHOP FROM COTE D IVOIRE VISITS FIRST LADY...
Bishop Dr Blaise Dadie from Cote D Ivoire visited the First Lady on Wednesday 31st March 2010 at her office Presidential Lodge Hill Station in Freetown and offered special prayers for the well being of the President and the people of Sierra Leone.
In his address before he offered prayers Bishop Dr Blaise Dadie disclosed it was no accident but the plan of God for him to be in Sierra Leone and pay the visit to the First Lady.

He said he was in the country as promised to have spiritual exercise and pray for the President and the nation. The Bishop added it was an agreement he had with the President that after every three months he would come to Sierra Leone to fast and pray for the leadership.
The Bishop quoted proverbs 6v6-8 which reads "Go to the ant thou sluggard; consider her ways and be wise. Which having no guide, overseer or ruler, provideth her meat in the summer, and gathereth her food in the harvest". Christians he went on have a time for preparation and the preparation he added was now if the leadership should jump the obstacles before 2012. God he disclosed used the ant as an example for us to be sober and vigilant and said that as pastors they were in the country to support the President and First Lady with spiritual prayers. Since God did choose the President they have to face the challenges with prayer and fasting.
He cited the example of King David who he reiterated stayed longer as the leader of Israel because he had Nathan the prophet praying and fasting for David to succeed. Therefore he went on the name of David was mentioned in the throne of God everyday.
In response Her Excellency Mrs Sia Nyama Koroma thanked Bishop Dr Blaise Dadie for the thought of praying and fasting for the leadership and the nation.
Being a President in Africa she went on was never an easy task since every day has its own scenario. Against this back ground she said the Presidency needs men of God in the example of the prophet Nathan who prayed for the success of King David.