Pastor Yomi Osho of the Redeemed Christian Church of God ( RCCG) has urged Christian faithful to take up responsibilities in their daily living in helping widows and the needy to achieve divine purpose.
Osho gave the admonition at the Firm Foundation Parish of RCCG, Shasha Area, Akure North Local Council Area of Ondo State on Sunday.
Osho, who read from the book of Judges Chapter 9: verses 1 to 13, said that every deed attracted rewards either good or bad.
According to him, among other things, Christians must attend to the needs of widows, orphans, the less privileged and their religious leaders.
“It is also your responsibilities as Christians to cater for widows, orphans, the less privileged, your pastors and other people around you that you are supposed to be of help to,” he said.
Osho, who is also the Church Growing Officer in the Province 1 of RCCG in the state, enjoined Christian faithful to always identify with the needy.
He explained that there was need to volunteer “your time, skill, talent and your money. Do not say the money you have belongs to only you and your family.”
The cleric advised Christians to be known with integrity and honesty, adding that they must be humble and submissive to constituted authorities. (NAN)