Christians have been charged to be courageous at all times to enable them overcome life challenges.
General Overseer, Zion Hills Church of All Nations in Ajaokuta Local Government Area of Kogi State, Bishop Kolawole Adebisi, made the call in a Sermon at the first Sunday in the Month of June 2022.
Bishop Adebisi said God was not unaware of the challenges of men, saying with believe, dedication and positive confession, things will turn around for the good of believers.
Dr. Kolawole Adebisi noted that men can achieve a lot before the end of the year 2022, stressing that the months ahead was enough for the people to impact their lives, others and forge ahead in achieving their dreams.
“My message is that believers should not lose courage, they should believe in themselves, their vision and their dreams because without such inner conviction, they can’t achieve anything in life
“The month of June is just half of the year, we are left with another and in the remaining six (6) months, there are a lot that we can achieve if only we set our hearts on them by being focus, committed and dedicated to them and believe that God answer prayers
“But if we don’t believe, there is nothing God Himself can do, so while believing in your dreams, also believe God can help you them bring to reality all your plans, dreams and vision” he said.
The Clergyman encouraged Christians to sustain their faith in God, stressing that the attribute of patience and contentment will also go a long way at helping men achieve great things in life.
“What we need is to rekindle our faith in God, trust in Him and we will see things turning around for our good in our Locality, State and Nation. We don’t have to defraud anyone, we must not pull others down, we must speak ill of others just to gain favour, just believe and act accordingly
“If we are patient, God will bring to use all he has planned for us, your blessings can never go to another irrespective of the blockade, the barriers, if you are patient and you are pushing forward with prayers, focus, commitment to the things of God and impacting the lives of others positively, they will surely come to you” he added.
The service featured word, prayers, songs Ministration and dedication of a car bought by a member of the Church.