The Treasure House of God, Abeokuta, in its annual reach-out programme on Friday once again put smiles on the faces of Nigerians as the church held its ‘Jesus Feast’ at Christmas.
The event this year which was without the customary trappings as a result of coronavirus pandemic, was held as smoothly as possible, ensuring that the people were not clustered around the church or its vicinity.
According to Adeniyi Adeloye, the Media Adviser to Pastor Seye Senfuye, the Set man of the church, ‘Jesus Feast’ was originally conceptualised to support the needy at auspicious occasion of the birth of Jesus Christ and its attendant celebration and it has not departed from the path.
He said the project that started with a vision by Pastor Adeseye Senfuye “has gained so much popularity that they now receive donations from far and near, with a specific mention of some contributors from Kano.”
The Set man of the church used the platform to express gratitude to God for His enduring grace upon the Nigerian nation and her entire citizens, because according to him, “the world has been unsettled by the Coronavirus pandemic as it has devastatingly affected all facets of mankind economically and otherwise.”
He urged Nigerians to remain committed to God Almighty for the the solutions to the country’s problems, be it security, economy, governance as well as their personal problems and progress.
He enjoined them to understand and believe God’s mercies endureth forever.