New Year: Seek the Face of God More – Clerics
Nigerians have been advised to seek divine intervention to reclaim everything they have lost in previous years.
A Christian cleric, Reverend Emmanuel Olubiyi made the call in a sermon at the crossover service held at Assemblies of God Church, Apata, Ibadan.
Reverend Olubiyi explained that in an attempt to reclaim the lost glory, Nigerians should give their lives to Christ and follow his commandments.
He explained that peace, love and harmony could only be achieved with the help of God.
The cleric encouraged the nation to also seek the face of the Lord to restore the lost glory of the land once filled with milk and honey.
Christians have been urged to stay connected to God in other to do exploit in their endeavours in the year 2020.
Senior Pastor, Global Harvest Church, Outer Ring Road Church, Apata, Ibadan, Pastor Jonny Faleye gave the charge during watch night service.
Pastor Faleye who noted that, if God’s instructions were strictly adhered to, lines will fall in pleasant places naturally.
The cleric, from the topic “Soaring High” said that, Christians should not relent in praying for themselves and the nation at large, to attain greater heights, in the New Year.
Christians have been advised to face the New Year with a determination to correct all the ills in the nation as individuals.
Reverend Olusegun John of the Evangelical Church Winning All, ECWA Church, Challenge, Ibadan stated this in a crossover message.
Reverend John charged Christians to all be agents of change in the society.
He however called for concerted efforts at tackling corruption.
Also speaking, the Assistant Priest, Saint Annes Church, Molete, Ibadan, Venerable Adewale Sanda has called on Christians to walk with God in the New Year, to enjoy his dominion.
The cleric urged Nigerians to do things right, restrategise, and depend solely on God for all round sufficiency.
Venerable Sanda, who said the foundation of every house will determine the load it would carry, assured people that God is in charge always.
Part of the activities of the New Year service include, Bible reading, and congregational song, rendered by the members of the church.
Members of the congregation also used the occasion to pray for national peace, unity, and progress.