Founder of the Action Chapel Church, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has predicted there will be a more dangerous and unpleasant pandemic after COVID-19.
According to Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, this is part of the indications of the end-time and falls within the plan of God to allow the human race to turn to Him [God].
The Archbishop has actually been among the few clergymen who have said that COVID-19 suggests the end-time in many of his broadcast messages.
Though some pastors have actually varied from this point of view, there is a basic assumption among the Christiandom that the pandemic might have some spiritual connotation.
Speaking on Joy Time in His Presence on Joy FM, Sunday, the Celebrated Christian leader said the COVID-19 prophecy was revealed to Prophet Chuck Pierce, a colleague Pastor in September 2019.
It was expected to vanish between 9th and 10th April which is the Passover on the Christian calendar, he added, but could not do so because the world did not ‘enforce the prophetic word.’
He further iterated that God has allowed the current crisis to get men prepared for the end time and turn to him.
“Prophetically, it’s believed that after COVID-19, there is coming to another crisis that will be stronger and painful than COVID-19. And these things have been prophesied in Matthew 24 and in the book of revelations that there will be pestilence and plaques and these kinds of things will be common in these end times and in the time, we live in.
“It is not something you and I have control over, God will allow it to turn men to himself. Prophecy is advance knowledge, prophecy is proclaiming and declaring what God has said advance knowledge. Prophetically, it was proclaimed and predicted that this COVID-19 will come but it will Passover during Passover and Passover was the 8th and 9th of April but it’s gone pass over because for whatever reason, we haven’t enforced the prophetic word. It was spoken in September last year and I believe that God has allowed it to wake us up to get us prepared and to humble ourselves and to cause men and women to turn to their maker and their saviour,” Duncan-Williams said.