Prophet Magaya launches post COVID-19 book. The book is titled ‘Understanding The Market’. Prophet Magaya said the book is meant to give hope and ideas on an angle to take for success during and after the pandemic that has taken many lives across the globe.
Prophet Walter Magaya last Sunday launched a business manual to help people during and after Covid-19. He said the launch came at a time when the church was still under Covid-19 restrictions, a situation he said is conducive for spreading the gospel to various nations.
“Covid-19 measures affected me, my family, the ministry as well as our country but I thank God for giving me an opportunity to stay home, refocus and have time to listen from God,” said Prophet Magaya.
“To everything, there is a season and a time to every purpose under the heaven. “Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ knew when to speak and when to keep quiet and Covid-19 gave the whole world an opportunity to know his existence and allow hardened hearts to allow the power of the Holy Spirit to take over.
“The book is saturated with the message revealed to me by God and has ideas that if applied in earnest will change many people’s lives during and after Covid-19.
“Business people have been left devoid of hope and many are struggling to take off due to negative effects of Covid-19 and ‘Understanding The Market’ has answers and solutions for one to succeed.
“I have been ministering to nations through online and books and I want to thank God for saving many lives from death.
“I would like to encourage people in various nations to adhere to World Health Organisation directives on curbing the spread of Covid-19 as well as restrictive measures set by each country in an effort to curb the spread of the pandemic,” said Prophet Magaya.
Prophet Magaya has penned books titled Seven Things Africa Must Change, Heart of Maintaining, Leadership, Marriage, and The Source.
Source – H-Metro
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