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We are insisting and we will continue to insist that this faith of the church must continue to be upheld come rain, come
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"We are insisting and we will continue to insist that this faith of the church must continue to be upheld come rain, come fire. That is our position"

- Peter Akinola

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This quote by Peter Akinola is a call to action for the church to stay steadfast in their faith, no matter the scenarios. He is highlighting the significance of upholding the faith of the church, and that it ought to stay strong and unyielding. He is also expressing his dedication to this cause, and that he will continue to insist on it. This quote is a tip that the church should stay strong and unwavering in their faith, even in the face of hardship. It is a call to action for the church to remain real to their beliefs and to stand firm in their convictions. It is a reminder that the faith of the church should stay strong and unshakable, no matter what comes their method.

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Nigeria Flag This quote is written / told by Peter Akinola somewhere between January 27, 1944 and today. He/she was a famous Clergyman from Nigeria. The author also have 5 other quotes.

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