Few moments ago, the founder of the Deeper Life Bible Church, Pastor Williams Kumuyi, gave a sermon that was shared publicly on social media. The thematic preoccupation of this sermon is on how God's judgement day shall be. In this article, I would be looking at the lessons learnt from Pastor Kumuyi's recent sermon about the day of judgement.Image Credit: Vanguard.
1. The first lesson learnt from Pastor Kumuyi's sermon about judgement day is that people should be prepared for that day. According to the well known man of God, "the day will come but the grace of God is still available." The man of God reminded everyone to be very careful of how they tread their life on earth because they would eventually account for all they do when they get to the hereafter.Image Credit: Daily Post Nigeria.
2. The second lesson learnt from Pastor Kumuyi's recent sermon about Judgement day is that people who are temperamental or angry often won't find any place in heaven. Concerning this, the reputable man of God said, "people who don't kill the iniquity of anger will spend eternity in hell." He tries looking at how negative or adverse being angry affects man. This also teaches that people should always strive to maintain patience instead of being angry unnecessarily.
3. The last lesson learnt from Deeper life founder's sermon about judgement day is that people need to be humble if they intend finding a place in heaven. He said those with "lion-like" nature will never find a narrow way that leads to heaven. The implication of this statement is that people should be down to earth no matter how rich they become while on earth.Image Credit: Facebook.
Dear esteemed Readers, having read this, what are the lessons you've learnt aside the ones raised in this article?
Article's Source: Official Facebook page of Deeper Life.
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