RESTORATION MINISTRIES opened its new, $5.2 million two-storey home with much fanfare and a prediction of years of “unprecedented” prosperity for Barbados, to be followed by “lean times”.
The mixed forecast was made by Trinidad-based Divine Destiny Worship Centre’s Apostle Vivian Duncan, one of more than 30 major religious figures attending the dedication ceremony that spanned more than three hours and was said to attract at least 890 people.
Duncan predicted three to five years of prosperity for Barbados, but said whoever was minister of agriculture at the time needed to study “the methodology” that God gave to Joseph [in the biblical Book of Genesis] to tackle famine because some lean times were due.
Duncan also predicted “a revolution” for Barbados, telling the packed church that it would not be driven by guns or bombs, but would in fact be “a revolution of prophetic proclamation”. (TY)
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