Pastor Gbenga Aluko says activity isn't always spirituality, stresses agents of revival are people of prayer


Pastor Gbenga Aluko

By Boluwatife Oparinde 

Pastor Gbenga Aluko of Christ Apostolic church, House of Prayer Edinburgh Assembly, House of prayer zone, Anosike Region speaking on the topic "Agents of Revival" has said that most of the times, activities do not equal spirituality, alluding that the Apostle Paul after many years of ministry still strongly desired that he may know Christ. 

The cleric who stated this while ministering in an online revival-motivated programme on Prayer Club, highlighted lessons to be learnt by contemporary Christians from Biblical Daniel, Shedrack, Meshack and Abednego.

In his first point, the cleric noted that the four Hebrew men who were exiled into Babylon did not value the honour they had in the foreign land above their loyalty and obedience to the law of the Lord; adding that people who are anticipating revival are not only waiting but are people of prayer.

"The three Hebrew were obedient to the law of God at the expense of the people of Babylon. They were not scared of losing the positions and titles they had. If you are going to be an agent of revival, you must be strongly and totally rooted in the law of God. They (the four Hebrew men) will not leave the laws of God to continually enjoy the seeming honour they were getting from people," the UK based preacher said.

Pastor Aluko who stressed that these men did not follow the multitude to do the same thing, pointed that "the number of people doing a thing will not make it right. The caliber of people doing a thing will not make it right."

He also noted other lessons to include, "they knew their God and his ability. They were not afraid."

"Agents of revival are always on fire for God," the cleric said.

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