African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) ordained minister of God Reverend Benson Gathungu who is famously known as Pastor Ben or "Muthee Kiengei" has left netizens speaking after he advised his followers on what they should do to their children and siblings.
Using his official Facebook timeline, pastor Ben wrote a moving motivational message in Kikuyu dialect which he accompanied with a lovely photo of his children as show in the screenshots below.
Always pray for your children, ask God for protection with divine fire from God. Always ask for the blood of Jesus Christ protection for your children. Always pray God to make your children live long because there are people who hate them, not because they wronged them but just because they belong to you," pastor Ben posted on Facebook.
His message seemed to move and impress most of his followers on the comment section since many applauded him for the message.
Source: Pastor Benson Gathungu official Facebook page.
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