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Tears flow on Palm Sunday

Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, April 14, 2014

IT was an emotional moment for members of the All Nations Christian Fellowship (ANCF) Church when their children performed a skit of the Feast of the Tabernacle in Heaven yesterday.

Draped in special golden and white attire, the Palm Sunday celebration was a touching and meaningful one for the members as their children performed the item that portrayed heaven and the Lord Jesus Christ.

Themed "Chosen, Called and Anointed", the children and youths also shed tears while performing the worship action chorus Holy Holy, Are you Lord God.

In his sermon, youth Mosese Tuilevuka said it was crucial for people to listen and follow the word of God.

He said people must administer the word of God and continue to grow in relationship with him.

Church members from as far as Seaqaqa, Naravuka, Naduri and Namama converged on the hall to be part of the special day.

Christians around the country celebrated Palm Sunday to commemorate Jesus' re-entry into Jersusalem before his death at Calvary.








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