#NEWS. SUNDAY 20 AUGUST 2017: EL-BETHESDA TABERNACLE, A SERVICE WITH A MIND ON THE CONSTRUCTION



#NEWS. SUNDAY 20 AUGUST 2017: EL-BETHESDA TABERNACLE, A SERVICE WITH A MIND ON THE CONSTRUCTION

The service of this Sunday, August the 20th 2017, El-bethesda tabernacle had a focus on the construction of the new temple.

Dressed in a t-shirt bearing a logos with full expression leading to a target which is completing the purchasing of the new plot and the construction of the new church building, Reverend Louis Panzu stated these words of determination :<< I have put on ''hands on work cloth". The only option that will cause me to have a minister outfit is to see every single believer in the local church having finished his contribution for the achievement of the goal we’re pursuing>>.

In his little exhortation taken from the book of Genesis 28: 16-22, the pastor recalled that the construction project undertaken occurs in two phases at the same time which are: spiritual and physical. And on the spiritual dimension, the man of God declared that the consecration of this new tabernacle is taking place today and right now, and that prior to entering the new church, everyone must purify himself totally . Reason why throughout his sermon, he insisted on holiness and purification in the church, by reading several quotes from the prophet regarding the construction of the spiritual tabernacle which is our heart.

While concluding his sermon, the pastor mentioned that the desire of his heart is to see new temples filled with the Holy ghost going into El bethesda's new temple we will build to the glory of no one else but the Lord Jesus Christ, for the salvation and strengthening of many souls in the Christian faith. Then great will be his joy to see every single person participation to harvest the trophy in only these 10 days remaining, as we need to put all the efforts together on raising the overall amount of money required for completing the purchasing of the church plot.

By Billy Omeonga / El Bethesda Tabernacle
Translated by Compagnon Lubamba / El Bethesda Tabernacle

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