Youth Day – The Power of Choice

Youth Day – The Power of Choice

Oct. 16, 2016 – Youth Day

otasteandsee-5-2-900wEvery third Sunday is Youth Day and our youth is in charge of the worship service. They opened up with praise and worship. The little ones are very excited about being in praise and worship as Elect Lady Evangelist Pearlie Brown praised the Lord with them.

Young Brother Chukwudiebube Azodo is four years old and he read Deuteronomy 30:19-20 as if he was a preacher himself. He read with clarity and enthusiasm. During Youth Day, one of our teenagers presents a summary of the past four sermons by our pastor, Evans Brown, Sr. Sister Gemesha Gresham volunteered to do it this Sunday. She was nervous and cried a little, but she got through it and did a very good job in spite of being nervous. This was her first time ever doing anything in front of a lot of people on her own. So we thank God for her courage and willingness to take on a daunting task.

Elder Brian Dawson’s message was on “The Power of Choice” and he used Joshua 24:15 as his main text. Elder Dawson told the young people they have a choice in everything that concerns them. It’s up to all of us to make good choices. He reminded them the choices they make will affect them for the rest of their lives. He reminded the older people that we are living in the results of our choices today. Elder Dawson shared how he had choices to make.

Elder Dawson gave three important choices we have to make and God has given us the ability to make choices.

  1. We can choose to obey God, or not…
  2. We can choose how we respond to circumstances.
  3. We can make choices that lead to success, or not.

We thank God for the young people at True Faith. Our next Youth Sunday will be on November 20th. Young and old are welcome to come and share in our worship experience.

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