By Our Reporter, Abuja
The Women Wing of the Eternal Sacred Order of the Cherubim and Seraphim Church (ESOCS) World-wide, has celebrated its 48th years of existence with a thanksgiving service.
The celebration brought women from local churches, districts and the headquarters together in thanksgiving to God for keeping them all these while.
The event which took place from Wednesday, 24th – Sunday, 28th August brought in attendance many dignitaries within and outside the church.
Speaking at the ceremony, the Chairperson of the Women Wing, NHAC- Abuja, Senior Mother-In-Isreal, Joy Agbata, reiterated the need for proper mentoring of the girl- child.
This, she stressed, remains a very important tool in educating the girl child towards making her live a healthy life.
“Literally, educating the girl-child translates to better, healthy life for the future generations reduction in child mobility and mortality.
“It also helps them to improve themselves and gives them that confidence, leadership abilities, and communication skills for both the mentor and mentee.
“We must therefore as worthy mothers put in our best and do all it takes to give our children quality life by mentoring them.”
Also speaking during the Sunday Thanksgiving Service, the guest preacher, Prophetess Esther Ogechi Imo in her sermon titled: ” The Sufficiency of God’s Grace’ drawn from the book of 2nd Corinthians 12:9, urged women to be humble and obedient in order to obtain God’s grace in their life in addition to being obedient to constituted authorities in the church and by extension, the nation.
According to her, humility and obedience remains the road map to greatness, noting that without humility one cannot enjoy God’s grace in life.
She, therefore, urged the women to make obedience a life style in order to accomplish their task in life to obey the call of God.
She explained that God’s grace can save one’s life in a powerful way and His grace is sufficient for everyone who believe and trust in him.
Enumerating the covenant keys to enjoying God’s grace, she said the women should live a life that pleases God, be prayerful and not indulge in gossiping but thanksgiving always.
The highlights of the event include traditional march past by the women, performances by the extra ordinary children, wrapper and Igele tying competition by the men fold drawn from groups 1-4 as well as choir and drama presentations, show casing the good lifestyle of queen Esther.