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GKM celebrates Christian Feast of Tabernacles

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THE Arch minister of God’s Kingdom Mission, Brother Roland Oghene has urged Christians to be Christ-like in words, deeds and to do good and help one another at all times.

According to him, to do good was to be addicted to charitable acts for the sake of God and humanity and for the joy and the inner peace that came with it.

The cleric said this during the God’s Kingdom Mission Christian Feast of Tabernacles themed: “In vain is salvation hoped for from the hills,” which took place at GKM headquarters, Hope Bethel, Enerhen, Warri, Delta State from December 14 to December  20, 2014.

Speaking on the topic: “The relevance of the Feast of Tabernacles to Christ-ians”, Brother Oghene explained that the feast is distinct from the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles which is being celebrated by the natural Israelites in the ancient time in obedience to the Mosaic ordnance, adding that the feast is not only meant for the natural Jews but for all nations, people, race, colour amongst others.

“True Christians of today observe the feast in keeping with the prophetic divine injunction in the Book of Zachariah. Christians are therefore not bound by the letter of the laws of Moses but are guided by the spirit of it and faith of Jesus Christ,” he said.

Enjoining Christians to celebrate the feast and not to follow the Mosaic ordnances, Oghene made it clear that Christians are spiritual Jews by reason of their faith in Jesus Christ and that all nations should part-take in the celebrations of this festival in order to receive God’s blessings of prosperity and peace.

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