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Pastor Gbuyiro charges youth leaders on fulfilling divine purpose, not human speculation



By 'Gbenga Bankole

"In the ministry we should labour after fulfillment rather than material things. We cannot do well until we are able to get answer to why God has brought us into the youth ministry," the Youth Officer of Christ Apostolic Church Worldwide, Pastor Samson O. Gbuyiro has said.



He stated this on Tuesday March 12, 2019 at CACYOF National Meeting of all Coordinators held at Babalola Memorial Int'l Miracle Camp (BMIMC), Ikeji-Arakeji, Osun State.


Pastor Gbuyiro noted that many people are living on human speculation. He told the leaders that they cannot fulfill the purpose of God ministerially until they know the purpose of God for their calling.



"How many of us have asked God why we are in the ministry or we are just doing it on human speculation? Human speculation cannot give our life a foundation and a fulfilling ministry. Our ministry should be based on divine revelation, not human speculation. If you are doing God's work to please humans, your reward will come from there. Whatever you are doing outside what God has sent you to do, it is just effort in futility," the Cleric stated.



The Youth Officer also said there is a lot of harvests in the Youth fellowship, saying to the youth leaders that God has sent them to the field to reap the harvest which the founding fathers of the fellowship laboured for.




"The joy of those who have laboured in the youth fellowship is hanging on our performance.  When you don't properly manage the harvest, you will be wasting the effort of the labourers. If we fail, we will deny the labourers the joy of their labours. We are indebted to God and our founding fathers. The joy of our founding fathers is to see that what they laboured for are not being wasted."


"Our job is not for life. It has a time frame. Our night is coming. Meanwhile, you can only leave the youth fellowship with either regret of what you were unable to do or praise God for what you were able to do," Pastor Gbuyiro said.

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