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GKS President warns Nigerians to desist from fraudulent, deceitful acts

By Sunday Aikulola
29 December 2019   |   3:04 am
The President of God’s Kingdom Society (GKS) the Church of the Living God, Brother Godwin Ifeacho has said those indulging in fraudulent acts, deceit and oppression would certainly not get away with it, as continued impunity leads to disaster. In an address delivered at the Last and Great Day of the Christian Feast of Tabernacles, held recently at…

The President of God’s Kingdom Society (GKS) the Church of the Living God, Brother Godwin Ifeacho has said those indulging in fraudulent acts, deceit and oppression would certainly not get away with it, as continued impunity leads to disaster.

In an address delivered at the Last and Great Day of the Christian Feast of Tabernacles, held recently at St. Urhobo Square, Salem City, Warri, Delta State, Ifeacho stated that no matter how long people of evil disposition perpetrate wickedness, they would eventually get caught in their own web and that the consequences of sin are shame and death.

Speaking on the sermon: “If we know that God sees our hearts in all we do, we should beware,” the cleric said because human beings do not see the heart, those who are not vigilant sometimes lose their money to cheats, get lured into slavery and prostitution by human traffickers, while unscrupulous politicians deceive them with empty promises.

He warned that the knowledge that God knows people’s plans and thoughts should make them avoid habouring evil thoughts, much less to carry them out.

Thousands of people from across the globe attended the 2019 edition of the programme. And on Day six, there was a colourful Christian music festival that featured various choral and musical groups from different branches of the church.

On the last day, there was also a colourful procession from Salem City through major streets of Warri in public demonstration of faith and allegiance to the Almighty Jehovah and Jesus Christ.

The last and great day was the holy convocation that featured the blessing of children, special thanksgiving for His goodness and appreciation of members by the Church leadership.

Member, Executive Board, GKS, Brother Abraham Erha, spoke on Why did Jesus Christ say only a few people will be saved? He noted that in Noah’s days, only a few people were saved because most of the people were living in sin. The people of Sodom and Gomorra were also destroyed with Lot and his two daughters being able to escape by the power of God.

The Minister in charge of Rivers State branches, Brother Theophilus Iwoh treated The danger of false prophets.