Brunei Celebrates Eight Years of God’s Faithfulness

by / Saturday, 17 August 2013 / Published in Latest News & Articles

The blessings of our Lord knows no confines. It is bounteous regardless of where His people are, or what kind of race they belong. When His grace abounds, it goes beyond human comprehension.

Coping up with the rising number of religious groups all over the globe, the Pentecostal Missionary Church of Christ (4th Watch) moves into a faster pace by amplifying the works of God in countries abroad. This is evidenced by the progressive locale in Brunei headed by Bro. Askith Lee Camposagrado. Recently, they held their 8th church anniversary at Holiday Hotel Jerudong Bandar, Seri Begawan Brunei, with the chosen theme “Unified in Faith Through Apostolic Leadership” derived from Romans 1:5.

This celebration begun with the singing of worship songs led by Sis. Precious Coren Balbuena. Brethren and visitors exalted the name of the Lord through gospel ballads and hymns. Believing that the presence of the Holy Spirit is of paramount importance, an opening prayer was led by Bro. Lito Cruz subsequently. Brethren from East Malaysia, specifically Lawas Locale and Limbang Locale attended the gahering and offered a song of praise unto God. The offertory message exhorted by Bro. Lito Cruz rekindled everyone’s desire to give more of what they possess to foster the growth of such pioneering locale.

Bro. Askith did the honor of introducing the distinguished guest speaker, Pastor Emil Reyes, who is a minister from Antipolo Locale, Philippines. “The leadership characteristics of the Goodman of the House stands out among the leadership traits of famous men history has ever known. It is prominent that he is truly God’s sent one and that he really makes the Lord’s household watch by continuously preaching the word and by incessantly encouraging every believer to always pray.”

He stressed out that it would be of great help if we would be spiritually unified as we share in upholding the Great Commission which the Lord has handed down to us. At the end of the day, the brethren conjoined in dinner as though they are one, joyous family binded in the Spirit of unity. With revived faith and reignited spiritual fervor, all the attendees were fully blessed. It is always good to ascribe to the Lord the glory and honor due His name. (R.G. Camposagrado)

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