The President of The Church of Pentecost in Benin, Apostle Félicien Holachi, has said that everyone, especially the clergy, will account for their works on earth accordingly.
According to him, it is God who called the clergy into the ministry to take care of His people and the church, therefore, they must tread cautiously towards His work.
This declaration was done at the Heads’ Session of the 17th Extraordinary Council Meeting, on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa-Fetteh.
Speaking on the topic, “What A Man Will Sow Is the Same That He Will Reap,” using Galatians 6:7 as scripture reference, Apostle Holachi said that Apostle Paul centered on four main actions to explain his point: namely to form oneself, to mock, to sow, and to reap.
Touching on sowing and reaping, he defined sowing as “to plant a seed on a ground that has been prepared, while reaping is “to harvest what has been sown.”
“What you reap will depend on how everyone is sowing and how they are working,” he mentioned, adding, “whatever you sow, is what you will reap.”
Citing an example from Genesis 26:1-5, he explained that Abraham sowed obedience to the voice, commands, and laws of God and reaped an abundance of blessings as a result.
He added: “Even in the old age of Abraham, God continued to bless and satisfy him with long life.”
The President of the Church in Benin then prayed that everyone would sow diligently to reap abundance in their lives.
He urged Christians to remember their families, particularly their wives and children when demonstrating their abilities in their workplaces.
He stressed that the theme for the year is sending members of the church into the world to go and “possess the nations, adding that there was the need to sow the gospel into the hearts of those who do not have it within them.
“Every seed will determine its harvest, therefore, let us sow good seeds according to the Spirit so that we will win the world for Christ,” he concluded.
Apostle Komi Tchango, Cameroon National Head of The Church of Pentecost, afterward led an intensive prayer session.
The Church in Benin, headed by Apostle Félicien Holachi, is one of the two autonomous nations of The Church of Pentecost, aside from Cote D’Ivoire. The President of The Church of Pentecost in Cote D’Ivoire is Apostle Ernest Miezou.