Bishop conducts an informative Doctrinal Empowerment
As one of the “pioneers of the (end-time) faith”, Bishop Dodoy shared insightful responses to variety of questions from many brethren during this last leg of SG’s Spiritual Empowerment. Lively but soft spoken, Bishop addressed each and every single question raised in this “Q & A” Doctrinal (Open) Lessons, an informal session to different points of interests or concerns from among the listening audience of brethren – those physically present as well as those online followers. Among others, the most inviting questions that popped up include about the Holy Spirit and that which pertains to “Rapture”. The former which concerns the Holy Spirit – this was promised and given to individual brethren in the Church, Bishop pointed out. But it’s up to us whether to make Him move and active in our life. The key is to keep the Holy Spirit “alive” by way of acknowledging and praising God and maintain our relationship with Him; that way it will allow an opportunity for the Holy Spirit to work in us and through us. The latter, which talks about “Rapture” in short, is the blessed hope of the end-time believers; Bishop emphasized that it is very imminent and in fact significant signs are already happening – including the sign on anti-Christ but he noted that the Anti-Christ will come only after Rapture. Christ has come as a Saviour the first time and He will come again as a Judge and a King, together with the saints.
“Showers of Testimonies”
<Spoken testimonies by Sis.Melinda Aytona,, Sis. Rossy Septin, Sis Leo Oriola, Sis Hazel Nical, Sis. Luz Aler, Sis Jhemmy Lauguico, Sis. Pikka Zarraga, Bro. Dennis Costa, Bro. Conrad Mendoza, & Bro. Jon Doroteo)
“When it pours, it rains”, and so does a plentiful shower of blessed testimonies during the SE.
A shower of empowering testimonies throughout the SE has set a challenge for many, if not for all. The works of God in the lives of many brethren who testified during the five-day event brought out their experiences of God’s goodness – both spoken and life-portrayed – that are beyond gratefulness.
The voices of their testimonies which we heard – from giving to (soul-)winning – vary yet they are all of the same spirit of God and the same joy that all of them were eager to share.
What a resounding triumph in accomplishing greater and greater works of God in our time!
To God be all the glory!