Convention a huge success

2015-10-22 06:00


The Wesley Guild Connexional Convention was held at Sizimisele High School recently.

The Wesley Guild Connexional Convention was held at Sizimisele High School recently.

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The Wesley Guild Connexional Convention held at Sizimisele High School was hailed as a huge success.

Under the theme “ Be patient until you see the intervention of God in your life”, the convention was opened by Reverend PM Bangula.

In his sermon, he urged guilders of Umcosa Woqobo to share their “praise of God with others”.

A highly spiritual sermon kept every one nodding in appreciation.

Rev Mbangula encouraged congregants to stay “faithful in God” no matter the heavy challenges they face.

“Be strong, devil is a liar and shall all conquer all by the blood of Jesus. Devil has no power. Prayer is the only weapon to fight devil,” he said.

Mbangula said every challenge faced by members must be submitted to God via prayers and belief.

“We must never be shaken from the word of God. Devil have many ways to use us and many ways to impress us, we must be very careful. God will never leave us, we must seek him all the time. We must be patient for Him to answer our prayers,” he said toa thnderous applause from the congregants.

The first session of the convetion was followed by a gala dinner where church members were given awards for their role in supporting the church.

Secretary of the conference: Rev Dr. JD Mbangwa hailed the convention as a huge success.

Ex- President Rev. VS Mathafeni and General President Reverend LM Gqeba also had encouraging words for the congregants

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