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Sector 7 Church Graduates 31 VOP Scholars

Some of the scholars posing with church members

By Wezzie Kanyinji

31 Voice of Prophecy (VOP) scholars graduated on Sabbath May 25,2019 at Sector 7 SDA Church after completing 20 lessons in a period of one year.

One of the graduates Alinafe Banda testified that he has learnt a lot of new things through the seminar.

" God is good and has his own ways of saving his people. Before I enrolled myself in the V.O.P lessons, I didn't know the right day of worship and how to keep it but because of the lessons that I have gone through, am here today testifying about the goodness of God," said Banda.

Dr Nelson Msiska (right), presenting certificate to one of the scholars

The VOP leader, Mrs Mgala shared with the church different ways of giving the lessons in which one of them is outreach.

Mgala explained that they go to places where effort are to be conducted prior to the effort period in order to prepare people for the meetings and she was so quick to give an example of a branch which was established as a result of this approach.

The V.O.P Director who graced the occasion Dr Nelson Msiska commended the Sector 7 V.O.P for coming up with a good number of scholars.

"Jesus assigned all of us to bring light to those still in the dark. Jesus asked us on Mathews 28:19 to go and teach and baptize all the nations in His name. A very easy way is through giving these lessons because it is done throughout the seasons," he said.

In his remarks the district V.O.P president Master guide Mvundula urged the new graduates to teach others the truth they have learnt from the Bible so that they should also know Jesus Christ through their deeds..



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