People of Plateau State Called To Repentance

Plateau State people have been urged to humble themselves and seek the face of God in honesty and truth, as well as total repentance of one another.

Speaking during the 2nd Annual Plateau Prayer Day, on Friday, to mark “Plateau At 41,” former COCIN President, Soja Bewarang, made the call in his sermon at Government House Chapel, Rayfield Jos, with a theme, The Father’s Grace.

He said, “We must plead to God and summit ourselves to Him in heaven so that we can regain our name in heaven.”

According to him, “let us come together and team up, be united and build the plateau of our dream; and also there is the need for us to restore and establish the peace that we have been enjoying.”

He said, “We cannot operate our Christian lives without the Grace of God, mercy, love and peace, because any Christian, who doesn’t have the Grace of God, is already a dead Christian; so, there is the need for us to focus on a new plateau.”

Bewaring stressed that, “if you live for God and you do not greet your Neighbour or each other, there is no true love. True love and forgiveness are lacking among Christians in plateau State.”

He maintained that “unity has never been without positive and negative challenges; but with prayers, together we can make plateau ‘kamar Mulkin Sama.’ ”

He appealed to the people to make peace with their neigbours wherever they live and live the exemplary lives of God’s children in truth, and called on them to join hands and abide in His goodness.

Speaking earlier, the Chaplain of the Government House Chapel, Rev Fr David Ajang, said there is the need to appreciate God for what he has done for plateau for the past years, which things have now changed.

He urged the people to activate the moral ways in the worship of God.


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