Christians have been urged to ensure their faith reflects in whatever they do as this will make Nigeria a better place to live.
Speaking yesterday at the Power Conference organised by the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Region 19 (aka First Born Family) at Tafawa Balewa Square, Onikan , Lagos, the General Overseer Worldwide, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, said Christians should take the lead “so the world will know that they serve a living God”.
Pastor Adeboye, who spoke on the theme: ”Turning Point” with the text taken from Dan 4:34-37, said there were several types of turning points.
“There are upward movement or downward movement but as Christians our turning point is expected to be upward and to continually remain at the top.
“King Nebuchadnezzar experienced a double turning point. Initially, he was king and as a result of pride, he became an animal.
“But the day he acknowledged God as the Almighty, his throne was restored. He had a second turning point with God and he started climbing again.
“If you are going down, return to God but if you are up and you want to remain there, you must abide in Christ always,” he said.
Pastor Adeboye, therefore, pointed out that for Christians to make positive impact in the society, they need to partner God so that he can guide them.