President William Samoei Ruto's wife today revealed that State House will be holding prayer service every month. This comes after holding a successful prayer dubbed "Thanksgiving".
While speaking during the thanksgiving ceremony they convened today at the State House, Rachel Ruto assured the clergies that they will be having church service at the same place monthly.
“The Bible says ‘People will go up to Jerusalem, year after year, to celebrate the feast of the tabernacles’, and I think that this is a place where people will come year after year for a thanksgiving. I want to tell the church that this is not the last service we are having, you will be coming here month after month to give thanks to the Lord for doing us good,” said Rachel.
“When the Lord answers your prayer, you go to give thanks and we will not do it just once; we will keep coming to this altar that the fathers have laid here today in the State House ,” she added.
Further, she thanked her husband for having welcomed the church members at the State House to pray for the country.
“As an intercessor I am very excited, I feel the doors have been opened. Thank you so much to our president for allowing us intercessors to walk into this compound today to pray, we are very excited,” First Lady said.
In addition, she took her time to assure the clergies and church members their full support.
“Anything that is born of prayer has to be sustained by prayer. We have a duty before us as the church to continue upholding this nation in prayer… The doors of State House are open and know that you have Mama Rachel here that will always open the doors for you when the president is busy,” said Mrs. Ruto.
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