“Bible Hope: Solution to Life’s Mysteries”

“Bible Hope: Solution to Life’s Mysteries”

“Bible Hope: Solution to Life’s Mysteries”

Chancellor, Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo giving his charge and declaring the 8th Convocation open

The graduating students of Covenant University have been enjoined to chart the path for their future through the word of God. They were also admonished not to base their hope on any human promises, but on “Bible Hope”.

This advice was given by the Resident Pastor, Faith Tabernacle and a former Member of the Board of Regents, Covenant University, Pastor Abraham Ojeme, while delivering a sermon at a Special Service of the 8th Convocation Ceremony of the University.

Speaking on “The Power of Hope”, Pastor Ojeme admonished them to pay attention to the word of God, which according to him, is the major source of hope. “You can walk into your future through the word of God because the Word carries His will for you”, he said.

Pastor Ojeme said that life on earth is not a destination, but a chain of events leading one to another. This, according to him has made life become so mystical for some people and the only way to demystify life is through hope.


(L-R), Executive Secretary, LFCWW, Pastor Yemi Nathaniel, Education Secretary, LFCWW, Professor Aize Obayan and Pastor (Mrs.) Mary Abioye at the service


“The dispensation of being a ‘Jambite’ and wondering what life holds at Covenant University is over. This graduation moves you in to another dispensation and something needful to demystify life in spite of different responsibilities is ‘Bible-based Hope’”.

Pastor Ojeme was presented a plaque by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo in recognition of his contributions to the general development and management of the University.

Dignitaries present at the evening service include, the Vice President (Education), Pastor (Mrs) Faith Oyedepo, Executive Secretary, Living Faith Church Worldwide (LECWW), Pastor Yemi Nathaniel, Education Secretary (LFCWW), Professor Aize Obayan, Pastor (Mrs) Mary Abioye and members of the University’s Management.

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