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Published On: Tue, Aug 12th, 2014

Pastor Enenche charges Nigerian men to be Godly, responsible

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The Senior Pastor of the Dunami’s International Gospel Centre, Abuja, Dr Paul Enenche has charged Nigerian men to live responsible life’s and put their families on the path of Godliness in order to secure heavens response to the myriad of problems bedeviling families and the nation at large.

 

Enenche who gave this charge in his prophetic homily at the 2014 Dunami’s men’s fellowship held at the M&M event center in Abuja said families, communities and Nigeria at large will triumph over their problems when men begin to live responsibly.

 

“Satan comes after a man because if he gets a man, he gets the family, the community and the country” he said

To be responsible and to secure the response of heaven, Enenche said men must wake up to till and sow the ground as God is waiting to send rain upon the ground as soon as this occurs.

 

He added that men must be conscious of their spending habit and invest in the future, as well as engage in personal development to improve from where they are.

 

Counseling against raising of restive youths, Enenche appealed to men to take time out to engage their children in holy discuss, saying that men must accept spiritual responsibility towards their children as many people out there are irresponsible, especially men.

“Invest in your faith, your spiritual life, if you want to see the favor of God. You must make up your mind to invest and accept spiritual responsibility because there are many irresponsible people, especially men around you,

 

Senior Pastor Enenche also warned Nigerian men to be mindful of the friends they keep, advising them to always keep friends who can break the ceiling to save them

By Ese Awhotu

 

 

 

 

 

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