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Minister: Know your calling

Salaseini Moceiwai
Monday, July 14, 2014

MEMBERS of the Methodist Church Labasa circuit have been reminded to discover their purposes and evangelise on earth through their daily actions.

Speaking at the Methodist Church's golden jubilee service in Naseakula Village yesterday, Macuata divisional head Reverend Samisoni Daunivala said it was important for people to know why they existed on earth.

Mr Daunivala told church members to ask themselves why they existed, what they had done so far and who brought them into this world.

The Lord Jesus, he said, was the reason they existed.

Mr Daunivala added that everyone had a purpose and it was important to discover that calling and fulfil it according to God's will.

As part of the 50th anniversary, a memorial stone was erected to commemorate the independence of the church since 1964.

The members from the 20 circuits also had the opportunity to renew their commitments with God as the event also marked the end of a week-long spiritual cleansing exercise.

Mr Daunivala said the event also marked a new beginning for them as they changed spiritually and embraced their new personalities in Christ.








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