Saturday, August 18, 2012

Ntumfor Nico Halle Urges Christians to Be Each Other’s Keeper

Ntumfor Nico Halle
The National President of the Christian Men Fellowship-CMF, Ntumfor Barrister Nico Halle has urged Christians of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon to shun away from gossips, slanders and back-biting. Drawing his motivation from the Book of Act and Mathew during a sermon at Presbyterian Church Up Station-Bamenda, CMF national President told Christians that blessed are those who have taken the Bible as the Book of Wisdom. Being a Lay preacher of the PCC, CMF national President who was on an evangelistic outreach reminded Christians that loving one another should be the modus operandi per say in the church of God.   In his sermon, Ntumfor Nico Halle said that spirituality should not be misapprehended for idols rather, “spirituality is having Christ in oneself”.
He said men who always disapprove their wives when they are doing God’s work are persecuting their wives. The irony, he observed is that persecution mostly from well placed people in the church and society. He said some of these persecutions come through obnoxious acts such as masterminding the transfer of a pastor, following others wives and husbands and so on and so forth. However, Ntumfor Nico Halle called on CMF members to be models in society because money without God is nothing, thus confirming that a man would gain nothing if he loses his soul and gain the whole world.
Reacting to journalists on the phenomenon of main stream churches constantly losing their weight due to the invasion healing and miracle performing churches, Ntumfor said the PCC has well trained Pastors which are well structure and that all of those who are running away do not know what they want. “If you know what you want, you stay on board to be part of the change that you want. When you’re not part of the change that you want then you’re heading for doom…” Ntumfor answered.  To Ntumfor Nico Halle, the Bible is the Book of Thoughts and could serve anyone, anyway when needed. He concluded by arguing that people should learn to use their positions for the glory of God and that if they don’t serve in the glory of God, they will crash and won’t have any reason to cry.

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