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Clerics urge Christians, victims’ relatives to be steadfast 


The Spiritual leader and International Director of the Holiness Revival Movement, Pastor Paul Rika, has urged Christians and relatives of victims of insurgent attacks and killings in Taraba State not to be ashamed of the suffering and persecution they are presently passing through.

The Spiritual leader, who stated this, yesterday, in Jalingo during the Gospel and Training of Pastors, said: “Those suffering according to God’s will should commit themselves to their faithful Creator and continue to do good.” 

Taking his message from 1 Peter 4, the man of God said Christians should ensure they suffer for righteousness and not because of crime, sin or evil.

“We are emphasising transformation of life, true repentance and righteousness before God. As for healings and miracles, surely, they follow us, as a shadow follows a person,” he said.


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