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Easter: Christians urged to imbibe the lessons

A Cleric, Special Apostle Michael Alabi has called on Christians to let the Lenten, the crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ have positive impact in their lives.
Special Apostle Alabi made the call in his sermon delivered at the Cherubim and Seraphim Movement Church Ilorin District Headquarters, Kwara State, as part of activities marking Easter Sunday.
Speaking on the theme “No condemnation again,” the Cleric urged them to be holy and desist from vices inimical to the progress and propagation of the Gospel.
He advised them to be sterling examples to others to reflect the teaching of Jesus Christ and for His death and Resurrection to be meaningful.
Special Apostle Alabi implored Nigerians to take care of the less privileged to ensure an egalitarian Society.
Also speaking on the topic “Who will roll away the stone for Us?” Reverend Joseph Agboluaje of Second ECWA, Shao called on Christians to look unto God as He is bigger than their problems.
Reverend Agboluaje explained that God is ready to render assistance in time of crisis,  advising Christians to be ready to risk anything, in any area that has God in it.
Reverend Kelechi Odii of the Presbyterian Church of Nigeria, City of Grace,Obbo road Ilorin in his message “Jesus is alive” explained that the resurrection of Jesus Chrust had confirmed and fulfiiled every spoken Word and Prophecy of God Almighty, about Jesus Christ.
Reverend Odii emphasised that the  Resurrection of Jesus Christ is the anchor of our Faith.as He is Alive for the faithful to face tomorrow.
Also in his sermon, Reverend James Adedoyin of ECWA Ita Elepa, Ilorin‎ charged Christians to celebrate moderately and  prayed that the Lord’s mercy and favour would continue to abide with the faithful especially during this period and beyond.
Bishop Yemi Oyeyemi of the Holy Ghost Embassy, Oko Erin, Ilorin implored Christians to desist from sin and move closer to God.
Pastor Taiye Aransiola of United Evangelical Miracle Church Off Yidi Road Ilorin speaking on the Topic “nail. To His cross” called on Christians to nail their sinful nature and habit to the cross in their desire to pursue  holiness. ‎
Prophet Peter Oladipo of the C & S Movement Church,  lpetu-Igbomina called on Chrisians to imblbe the teachings of the just concluded lenten by showing love to others to reflect Jesus Christ in their ways of life.
Reverend Paul Olaniyi of the Power Proclamier Peoples Assembly along Offa Garage admonished Nigerians to respect their leaders and pray for divine intervention to  enable them lead well.
Pastor Aremu Abioye of the Ark of God Covenant Faith Bible Ministry, Amayo emphasized challenged the people to fear God.
Prophet Peter Kolawole Williams of C. A. C Faith Chapel along asa-dam road Ilorin implored  Christians to let the  word of God be their watchwords and desist from sin.

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