“There’s No Evil Associated With EMBER Months, Keep Your Trust in God” – Rev. Olofinlusi Charge Christians

Rev. Samson Olofinlusi

By: Joshua Adinoyi



Christians have been called upon to ignore the intricate of EMBER months and put their trust in God for to enable them enjoy the blessings thereof.

Senior Pastor and District Overseer of the Foursquare Gospel Church – Okene District in Ajaokuta Local Government Area of Kogi State, Rev. Samson Olofinlusi, made the call during the first Sunday Service of the Church in the month of September while speaking on the topic; “Unstoppable Multiplication of God”.

Rev. Olofinlusi said all months, from January to December were created of God to benefit humanity, stressing that men should cast their minds off negativity during EMBER months.

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The Clergyman stressed the need for the people to keep their trust in God at all times, noting that the blessings of God will continue to flow to those that put their trust in God.

“Our message to the body of Christ especially in this EMBER Month is that we should learn to put our trust in the Lord at all times

“There’s no evil associated with EMBER months, keep your trust in God who is the creator of all things

“Let us trust in the Lord that the blessings He has in stock for us this month will be unstoppable, no power, no forces, no influence will be able to stop it

“If we put our trust in the Lord as in individuals and collectively, the Lord will release His blessings upon us, upon our State and upon our Nation – Nigeria

“No matter the challenges we are facing now, we are looking unto God that in this EMBER Month, we will begin to experience good turn around

“I pray that the Lord will work His wonders in the land and He will also work great and mighty things in our lives and family” he said.

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Rev. Samson Olofinlusi
Rev. Samson Olofinlusi

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