By KATO P. LADAN, Kaduna
Apostle Yakubu Yusuf of House of Purpose Ministry Kaduna has admonished Christians and other Nigerians to lead exemplary lives in order to inherit the kingdom of God.
Apostle Yakubu gave the advice on Monday May 17, 2021 while presiding over the funeral service of Pius Maxwell Musa.
He said that if Christians and Nigerians live a life worth of emulation, it would not only enable them to inherit the kingdom of God, but it will also promote peaceful co-existence among the people in the country.
He added that there is life after death for those who believe in Jesus Christ, hence the need of his call.
“The Bible said one does not know when it will occur, so who can tell himself when it (death) will occur.
“No one has power over the spirit to retain the spirit and no one has power on the day of death, so let’s get prepared because death can come at any time,” he said.
He urged everyone not to sin in order to inherit the kingdom of God, adding that one day those who refused to repent, God would would expose their sins and there will be judgement after death.
Speaking on the demise of late Pius Maxwell Musa, Apostle Yakubu said he lived a life dedicated to the service of God and humanity.
According to him, late Pius was a pillar in the building of the permanent site of the House of Purpose Ministry.
He added that his demise has left a space in the ministry, family and among his associates.
Similarly, the officiating pastor, Yusuf Yakubu, urged Christians to always be conscious of death and where to spend enternity.
An elder brother of deceased, Surveyor Ephraim Musa discribed his late brother as a person who came from being a nobody to becoming somebody and was always willing to help others to have meaningful lives.
“My brother left good legacies, he was a man who always stood by the truth, he was a straight forward man.”
Surveyor Ephraim Musaappreciated all those who attended the wake keep service and urged them to continue praying for the family to succeed.