The St Andrews Anglican Church Umeli, Amaraku Parish in Isi-Mbano Diocese penultimate Sunday observed her All Saints day with the Levites having their harvest and thanksgiving service.
Preaching the sermon to mark the occasion, Evangelist Obi Adumanya called on Christians to keep God’s commandments as recorded in the book of Deuteronomy since according to him “Laws or covenants are never bent, no matter the period”.
The preacher enjoined the people to serve God with their resources to, attract God’s reward, rather than invest them where moth do corrupt, or where they get rusted as well as thieves stealing them, warning them to desist from being proud over whatever they have as they are not ultimate.
Expatiating on the theme of the harvest “Divine positive new beginning” Evangelist Adumanya stressed the need for the people to put aside old things and be transformed afresh and urged them to pray constantly to God and hear his gospel as they live rather than waiting for repentance at grave which is impossible.
The first lesson drawn from Deuteronomy 28:1- was read by Mrs Loveth Nnabugo while Barr. Oluchi Nnbugo read the second lesson as the priest incharge, Rev. B.C. Enwerem read the gospel and celebrated the Eucharist.