Touch lives of others positively, Christians urged

A cleric, Superior Evangelist Olabode Olaleye of Celestial Church of Christ, has appealed to all the well-to-do Nigerians, Christians in particular to live a life pleasing unto God by using any available opportunity to touch the lives of others and impact positively on the society.

Superior Evangelist Olaleye made this appeal while delivering his sermon during the 21st Adult Harvest Thanksgiving Service of CCC, Owo Agbara Parish, Atagba Road, Boluwaji area, off Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Ibadan recently in the church auditorium.

The cleric who was ministering on behalf of Rt. Rev. Emmanuel Mobiyina Oshoffa, Pastor and Spiritual Head of CCC Worldwide, said like a farmer, when harvesting, you should leave some seeds on the field for the poor, that is, you should leave a portion of your wealth for the less privileged, and the widows to sustain their lives.  Not only this, Christians in particular should always endeavour to provide for the servants of God – the Levites since they do not do anything apart from the work of God, saying anyone who does so will continue to be blessed, he assured.

The cleric in the sermon with the theme: Harvest of Mercy 2017, also pleaded with all Christians to cultivate the habit of thanksgiving.

Olaleye congratulated the Shepherd-in-Charge of the church, Prophet Wale Alarape for his efforts in winning souls for Christ through his ministry in the last 21 years of the church's existence.

Meanwhile, Prophet Alarape has appealed to all members of the church to keep the faith as they are entering a new year, urging them to determine to do more for Christ in the new year. He used the opportunity to wish them and all Nigerians very prosperous and happy new year.

Guests from Ajah, Lagos and various churches in Ibadan land graced the occasion.

The highlight of the special service was the conferment of honour award on three of the guests.

Among the churches and personalities were CCC, Aseyori Parish, Iyanu-Oluwa Parish, Ibukun Olu Parish I, Ipe-Odo Aguntan Parish, CCC Ogo Oluwa Tan, CCC Mercy Land Parish, C&S Oke-Imisi, Orisunbare and C&S Beula.

The guests also included those from Ajah, Lagos and others from various parts of Ibadan.

The service was rounded off with bazaar sales.


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