10 January 2013

Liberia: 2013 Is a Year of Second Chance for Success - Rev. Freeman Prays for Christians, Liberians

A Liberian prelate has called on Christians and the people of Liberia to ask God for a second chance over their lives during the year 2013.

Rev. Sam B. Freeman, Senior Pastor of the Evangel Temple Church said the year 2013 should be the year of second chance in the lives of Christians and all Liberians for success in whatever they will do.

Rev. Freeman made the call recently during his first Sunday Sermon at the Church in Jacob Town, Paynesville outside Monrovia.

He told the congregation that 2013 should also be a year of Devine visitation and fulfillment from God to the people of Liberia and the Church.

Speaking on the theme "Ask God for a Second Chance", Rev. Freeman said the ugly days of the Liberian people and the Christian Churches are over and behind them, so they should not worry about them, but look up to God for success.

As we enter the year 2013, Rev. Freeman told Liberians and the Church to begin putting their lives and trust in God for his continuous blessing upon them.

Preaching further, Rev. Freeman said in asking God for a second chance, there should not be a suggestion to God for what he would do for us as a people because it is God who has the answer for everything and therefore no one should beg God through suggestions because He is able.

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