Musings on #UNILAGPRAYS

Beloved, ULSU has chosen to adhere strictly to the school’s recent directives on venues, hence no Fellowship activity is allowed within the ULSU compound from Monday. Pls lets endeavour to adhere to instructions at these times as it would ease our negotiations with the ULSU and the school authority.

With this message received on July 12 (Few minutes before the benediction of the first Sunday service of this semester), I knew that the church in UNILAG was never going to be the same way. It was with faith I headed for an emergency meeting on Monday July 13 at the foot of the cross.

Resolutions made by forty-four presidents (forming the Council of Presidents) and eight Central Executuves of UNILAG Joint Christian Fellowship that evening was all I have always longed for. Indeed, a church united for a cause.

Beyond denominations, we can all come together to keep the unity of the Spirit.

Brethen, the church in UNILAG has emerged. You must not be left out of this glorious church were bickering ceases, love serenades and Grace abounds. A church where there is no clash for members but a collective desire to reach out to the lost.

A great desire to ensure RIGHTEOUSNESS reigns on campus. A zeal to see that everyone on campus sees the light and follow through.

After speaking with a mentor on Sunday on the glorious trend emerging at the church in UNILAG, my joy knew no bounds on his reply.

Hear what he said: “KC, this is it. We fought against the profileration of fellowships on campus during my time but it was not to be. If this is happening lets see how it goes.

“The Church is beyond denominations. We must eliminate such on our campus.”

Indeed order is coming back to UNILAG church. A church where there is no competition but the consciousness to keep the unity of the Spirit and of the Faith.

Brother Paul in his charge to the church in Corinth blurted: “Let all things be done decently and in order”.

Thus far, the six days of #UNILAGPRAYS has indeed been awesome.

Prayers raised on the altar has never been towards the authorities rather the ushering in of a new era where peace (Eph. 4:3) and largeness of heart (1 Kings 4:29).

Even as the Christian community embarks on the last day of this seven-day prayer and fasting programme, it is very pertinent we do not lose focus. We must not lose faith because the weapons of our warfare are not carnal.

God at this time is working unity, Fellowship and Peace on campus. The wind of the Seal is moving upon UNILAG and we all must be part in Obedience to Christ.

Your Brother,

Kelechi Amakoh
KOA

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