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God will do a new thing when we move closer to Him, says Prophet Abiara at "All Church Societies Anniversary" of CAC Agbala-Itura

 



By 'Gbenga Bankole

It was a day of praises and new dawn at the "All Church Societies Anniversary Thanksgiving Service" of Christ Apostolic Church, Agbala-Itura, Int'l headquarters, Ibadan. 


The anniversary themed "New Dawn" started with different powerful programmes in September and ended on Sunday October 31, 2021 with thanksgiving service.


All the societies in the beautiful dresses with dance and smiles on their faces, wholeheartedly appreciated God for His faithfulness and new dawn.


In an interview with newsmen at the programme, the former General Evangelist of Christ Apostolic Church, Worldwide, Prophet Samuel K. Abiara said people must change in order to receive new things from God into their lives. 


He further said that God will do a new thing when we change and move closer to Him, adding that new things would come when we listen and come to God, then He will change our lives.


On his advise to the world, Prophet Abiara said; "my advise to the world is that they move closer to God. Jesus said, "come to me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden and I will give you rest." Jesus is the solution to the problems of the world. Whoever wants to enjoy peace must accept Jesus as Lord and Savior. Jesus makes an example of water. You will discover that everyone needs water - for washing, drinking when thirsty etc. So, Jesus is like water such that whoever has Him will have rest and peace of mind. My counsel is that everyone repents and accept Jesus into their lives so as to enjoy rest and peace of mind." 


The programme had in attendance, the DCC Superintendent of CAC Agbala-Itura DCC, Ibadan, Pastor O. A. Akinpelu; Pastor Tayo Oluwabamigbe (Pastor in charge of All Church Societies); District Superintendent of CAC Agbala Itura Osogbo District, Pastor S. O. Ojo (who gave the anniversary message); Pastor Olufemi Atanda and many others.


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