Gospel of God Church
manifestation of the Ark of the seventh and last covenant between God and man,
the Sisters of the House of Covenant occupy a sacred and pivotal niche in the
Gospel of God Church. This is so because the existence of the House of Covenant
is not a product of human wisdom, but the fulfilment
of a covenant.
The House of
Covenant (“Imba ye Chirangano” in Shona language) is the symbolic bride
depicted in the Book of Revelation as: “the Holy city, the New Jerusalem
coming down from God out of heaven, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband”
rest of the congregation regard the House of Covenant with the same reverence
and sense of duty that was accorded to either the biblical ark of the Israelites
or Noah’s ark.
The seventh and
- to which the Gospel of God Church members subscribe, concerns what is
consistently referred to in the Bible as “The Day of the Lord”. During this day,
the entire earth would be baptized or purified by fire - as opposed to water
during Noah’s time. To survive through to the next dispensation (Isaiah
66:15-24, Rev 21:1) Father John set up the Ark - which was constructed from a
select group of virgin girls from the congregation.
“recruitment” into the Ark is preceded by prophecies – that are documented prior
to the sister’s birth (Jeremiah 1:5). Physical contact and interaction with the
rest of the congregation is governed by strict prohibitions.
were admonished to “take care of these virgins properly so that they would
forever remain Holy before God”. Since then the Ark has grown exponentially
resulting in a large institution of sisters drawn from diverse nations.
the House of Covenant, unlike the rest of the Church are entitled to a
livelihood from the Church’s offerings and tithes.
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