Be good ambassadors, pray for Nigeria, Lagos government tells intending pilgrims
He reminded the pilgrims that they have no other country; so, its betterment should be of concern to them, when they are in the holy land.
“Lagos State is always setting the pace on issues, as we are usually proactive. So, I foresee no problem at all, as we have made adequate arrangement on both ends of the journey,” he explained, adding that about 700 pilgrims are going to be airlifted by the state.
While delivering his sermon during the service, Pastor of Living Rock Ministry, Rev. Moses Idris, told the intending pilgrims not to see their journey as a trip to shop or for site seeing, but to get closer to their Creator. According to him, the holy land is an opportunity to get uplifted in all aspects of life.
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