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02.01.2011 Religion

Hardworking people to be rewarded in 2011 - Pastor

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January 02, 2011
Ho, Jan. 2, GNA - Reverend James Noble Tulasi, Head Pastor of Jubilee Christian Centre, Ho, on Sunday prophesized that the year 2011 would be very successful for people who were hardworking.

He therefore urged the populace to eschew all laziness, corrupt attitudes and desist from complaining and blaming governments for lack of jobs and help build the nation.

Reverend Tulasi was delivering a sermon titled; "Increase more and more and more," to climax the Church's Christmas activities.

He said people who had been faithful and hard working would be greatly rewarded adding; "Irrespective of where you find yourself working, be serious with it and be faithful to experience the blessings of God".

He said; "There is a good spirit behind hard work. Unstoppable favour from God will bring great dividend to people who will work hard in the year and seek the good of the nation."

Reverend Tulasi asked the populace to be guided by the President's declaration of 2011 as an action year and put more effort into whatever work they did for the good of the nation.

"We must do our bit and create our own jobs," he added.

He advised Christians to exhibit the hardworking quality of God instead of corrupt and lazy behaviours.


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