A cleric, Pastor Isaac Tejabo, who is in a mission with the Kuje Zonal Headquarters of Foursquare Gospel Church, has confirmed that the resurrection of Jesus Christ is a manifestation of the prophecy of God.
The cleric said this on Sunday in Kuje, while delivering his sermon titled “the Stone is Rolled Away” in order to mark the Easter celebration. According to him, the rolling of stone on the grave was to prevent the body of Christ from being taken away after being buried.
From the Vanguard report, the cleric said that the stone was an attempt by man to frustrate the purpose of God after an earlier prophecy that He would rise again after death. He said that the stone represents man’s inadequate understanding of the power of God and the fact that God has the final say in the affairs of men.
The Pastor urged Christians to always seek the face of God in times of trouble and rely not on self wisdom. “They rolled the stone on the grave to stop His resurrection, thinking they are wiser than God, but when the time came, it was rolled away and Jesus resurrected. The stone was not only rolled away, but it was also recorded that an angel sat on it, waiting for the manifestation of the prophecy of God.
“The hope of Christians today is that Jesus resurrected. We must learn to trust in God, allow Him to prevail in our situations and stop the use of human strength,” he said.
Pastor Tejabo, said the resurrection of Christ was a clear demonstration of the fact that nobody could stop God when it was time for him to act. He, therefore, urged Christians to be patient, adding that no time was late for God, as His time is not the time of man.Make money writing for us. Apply for Freelance writing jobs in NIgeria.
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