A senior Bishop of the Living Faith Ministries in Lagos, Nigeria a.k.a Winner’s Chapel has urged members of the Remedy Chapel Movement International of Liberia not to limit God in every aspect of their lives.
Bishop Mark Afolabi said the way human beings do things must not be compared with God’s agenda. He said people, who call themselves Christians, must behave rightfully to avoid sinning against God, warning, “No sin goes unpunished.”
Bishop Afolabi said every sin committed, has a penalty.
Speaking at the 3rd Anniversary of the Remedy Chapel Movement International Wednesday in Monrovia under the theme, “No Limitation by Grace”, the guest preacher said God is a universal landlord, who told his followers that “I am the way; the truth and the light; no one comes to the father except by me.”
He wondered who, is man, to dictate to God about his miracles, noting that whenever God speaks, no one else speaks, pointing out that Christians should stop rebelling against God. The Nigerian Bishop said sin among Christians stop God’s divine blessings from flowing to mankind.
He said when limits are removed, “You will receive the fullness of Jesus Christ, because it is said in II Corinthians 1:20 that God is a promise keeping God; not like man, who cannot fulfill his promise because when limitations are removed from your shoulders, you will grow beyond your circumstances no matter the situation.”
For his part, the Director of Media Services at the Remedy Chapel Movement International, Othello B. Garblah, said the church was built in a year’s time, six months after it was established and is about to break ground for the construction of a 3000 seated auditorium off the Robertsfield Highway, where its headquarters will be located. The construction is expected to take six months. The church, he said, has planned to build a city on the said property, which is 20 acres of land.