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4th Anniversary: Salvation Gospel International Centre Rolls Out Drum in Praise to God

...As Bishop Adejumo Speaks on God's Mercy

Activities marking the 4th anniversary of Salvation Gospel International Centre (SGIC) came to a climax on Sunday, 27th November, 2022 during a Thanksgiving Service held at the church’s main auditorium, 5, Akinleye Martins, Akure.

Members of the ministry who could not hide their joy trooped out in large numbers to give praise to God for witnessing the day.

Giving his remarks, the senior pastor of the ministry, Pastor A. M. Foluso while welcoming guests thanked God most especially for His mercies and faithfulness over His church.

While particularly thanking his immediate family and members of the church for making the job of ministry easy, he appreciated Bishop Felix Adejumo and other anointed Men of God who physically graced the occasion saying it was indeed a great privilege to have them join in the celebrations.

He also noted that the theme of the celebration: “Altar of Mercy” was carefully chosen to demonstrate the evidence of God’s covenant over the church just as he urged members as well as guests to key into God’s grace over the church.

Speaking on the theme, Bishop Adejumo noted that one of the ways God shows mercy is by sending help through a vessel.

Bishop Adejumo who said everybody irrespective of their status needs help noted further that unless one is endorsed by those that have a say on a matter, such an individual might not be able to get to the next level of life.

“We all need help from cradle to grave. We are all products of help because somebody endorsed us at some point and that helped us to become a choice among many”.

“The Ecosystem and solar system also works on this principle of relationship. There is no self made man. If help is withdrawn from a life, that life is ultimately headed for failure”, he added just as he highlighted different types of help to include timely help, compulsory among others, exploring the benefits that comes into a life that has received divine help.

The event also featured special praise, drama, children presentation and prayer sessions as well as thanksgiving to God.

Also in attendance at the event include the Olurese of Irese, Oba Destiny Saka, Olu of Aladodo Isinkan in Akure South, Ayodeji Fatoki, Osopadec Chairman, Hon Sam Erejuwa, Commanding Officer 323 Artillery Regiment LT COL AU OSUEKE, National President of Cocoa and Plantain Association Of Nigeria,Chief Ayodele Ojo the Acting Permanent Secretary of the State Ministry of Information and Orientation, Mrs Toyin Onisile and the SSA to the State Governor on Media & Publicity, Mr Ojo Oyewamide among others.

In a chat with newsmen, some of the members who spoke used the occasion to congratulate all members of the ministry just as they affirmed the efficacy and potency of God’s Word on their individual lives.

Other highlights of this year’s celebration include an special praise night on Friday, 25th November as well as sport and gaming activities on Saturday, 26th November.

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