The Founder, Christ The Light Ministry (Inc) Bishop Solomon Aremu has admonished youth in Nigeria to wait on God for his timely intervention on problems confronting the nation.
Bishop Aremu gave this admonition during the special thanksgiving service marking the 30th anniversary of Christ The Light Gospel Ministry (Inc) which was held at the Ologuneru church headquarters, Ibadan.
Bishop Aremu urged Protesting youths to give peace a chance and continue to wait on God with prayer and supplication in order to overcome some of the difficulties.
He explained that thirty years in the ministry can be full of ups and downs but those that can wait on will reap boutifully from God’s abundant grace.
Gracing the ceremony are great ministers of God and veteran gospel artistes; Pastor Ezekiel, Rev Edward Kehinde Alabi, Prophet Ayodele Ayoola, L/Evang. Funmi Aragbaye, L/Evang. Kemi Jaiyeoba and other anointed ministers.
In his sermon, the guest speaker, Prophet Fakinle, congratulated the founder on his reputable 30th year journey in the missionary field.
“I want to advise young ministers to fix their gaze on Jesus Christ and not to doubt him no matter what. If truly they’re called by God, definitely, God has a surprise for them.”
In his sermon, the guest minister, Prophet Fakinle urged ministers of God to be sincere and honest with their callings as God will surely compensate their labours.
In their different remarks, Evang Funmi Aragbaye and Rev Edward Kehinde Alabi described Bishop Aremu as a devoted, God-fearing and a true servant of God who had contributed to the spread of the gospel in minister
“I congratulate my friend, tho he’s old enough to be my father naturally, but spiritually, he’s more than a friend. Thirty years journey in the ministry isn’t a joke but I thank God that despite all odds, he’s still worthy to be celebrated.”
“Baba has fought the good fight and we’re here celebrating his success with him. In ministry, when you reach thirty years of age, you’re bound to enjoy throughout the rest of your life.”
In her comment, a veteran gospel musician and National President Gospel Musician Association of Nigeria (GOMAN), Evang Funmi Aragbaye descibed the Endsars prortest as failure of governmenrt at all levels..
“The increment of the electricity tariff and fuel hiking in Nigeria isn’t justifiable, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic period.
“I’ll advice the Nigerian youths to sheath their wrath because the government has heard their cries.” She added.