Take Action, Make History For Jesus! Don’t Wait! – Pastor Yemisi Kudehinbu
Her message started with a clear definition of the word Apologetics, stating that Apologetics has nothing to do with apology, rather it is a quiet disposition or stance, for an ideology, where one is willing to defend its course, if need be.
She emphasized that many Christians are found in this unsafe camp, unaware, as Apologetics has a subtle, underlying factor that stops the active spread of the message or beliefs of a course, leaving it’s followers with a defensive disposition. However, Activism is a frontal disposition, where one is not only in support of, but is actively pushing for the attainment of the goals and visions of an ideology.
Partnership Activism therefore, is the active participation in the activities and practices involved in financially sponsoring the message of the gospel as believed by the BLW Nation.
Pastor Yemisi encouraged partners to change their mental attitude towards partnership, to a more conscious and proactive one refusing for anything or anyone to limit or define for them what they can and can’t do with their finances.
Culling from a message preached by the Man of God Pastor Chris, when she was only 18 years old, Pastor Yemisi shared how that divine prosperity only comes through giving, not hoarding.
Four important points that made up her message include:
1. Be active, definite and decisive about your financial partnership with our vision. She encouraged partners to set targets, with strong faith.
2. Remain inspired. The understanding of the importance of what you do and why, should spur you on to do more. Be inspired and inspire others. Reading from 2 Corinthians 1:8-12 (MSG), she encouraged partners not to let their good intentions go stale.
3. Never rest on your oars. As a partner, you’ve done much but there’s still a lot more to do. Don’t be satisfied with the results of the past. Set higher goals and go for them.
The highly esteemed CEO concluded with the fourth point; “take action, make history for Jesus. Don’t wait.”