Torit State Church Leader Urges Inmates To Walk With God
September 13, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— TORIT – On Tuesday after praying for Torit prison inmates, Godee Wilson, a senior Pastor of Repentance and Holiness Ministry based in Torit told south Sudanese people that there is need to walk with God in order to avoid evil that always brings disunity, tribalism, hatred, killings, revenge and among other evil ways.
He said he is aware that majority of citizens are frustrated, fled the country to other neighbouring countries like Sudan, Uganda, Kenya and Ethiopia, and acknowledged that some of those who went there died due to some diseases caused by poor sanitation in those camps. He said he even received a phone call that one of his family members in Uganda camp died of sickness.
The priest added urged that there is no at home and in refugees camps.
“I tell you, even if you go to those refugees camps where our innocent people fled to seek refuge, there is neither peace nor protection there, all you need to do is to walk with God like what Enoch did when he walked with God 65 years,” Pastor Wilson said.
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“listeners, walk with God and take positive decisions that will address the current crisis. He will heal the sickness that befalls the people, government, economy, politicians, and civil servants, and may He forgive us from the way of our living,” Pastor said.
Pastor Wilson specifically directed his message to inmates that they need to turn to God for guidance as He is in control of our lives. With Him, peace will come to our towns, our villages and entire South Sudan.
“Look what happened, our people are dying, why? He questioned. Our people have turned against one another and families engage in hostility, this is evil.
“I speak as man of God and as south Sudanese to ensure that we live in harmony but we must come to our God, because He created us in his image. There is no need to kill one another, hating one another,” he appealed to all communities.