Easter: Despite Looking Very Gloomy, Nigeria Will Rise Again ― CAN
National President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Dr Samson Ayokunle
The Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has said that despite the insecurity and social unrest that have characterized Nigeria, there is hope that the country will rise again.
CAN said if Jesus died and was buried, putting his disciples in the greatest state of disappointment and sorrow but afterwards rose from the dead, then, Nigeria is going to be great again.
This is contained in an Easter message signed by the President of CAN, Reverend Samson Ayokunle and made available to journalists.
The message reads in parts “the arrest of Jesus by evil men and the so-called religious leaders, his crucifixion and of course his burial were the greatest shocks in the life of his disciples.
“Though he told them several times that it was going to happen, considering his miraculous power, they thought nobody would be able to arrest, not to talk of crucifying him. They understood not the Scripture that Christ must suffer first before entering into his glory and be Lord over all. (Acts 24: 25-27).
“Jesus remained three days in the grave as if he was not going to resurrect. However, on the third day, there was a great happening. There was an earthquake, the foundation of the earth was shaken and Jesus Christ, the King of Glory, the Lord of lords rose triumphantly from the dead. His resurrection brought smiles to the faces of his disciples and shame to his enemies.
“Fellow Christians and fellow Nigerians, the situation in the country today, to say the truth, without an iota of politics looks very gloomy.
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