REVD. FATHER STEPHEN UBA DESCRIBES LENTEN SEASON AS A FORTY DAY JOURNEY OF CHRISTIANS WITH GOD.
Written by miebaka ikiriko on February 18, 2021
The Associate Priest of Holy Trinity Catholic Church Tere-Ama in Port Harcourt Diocese, Reverend Father Stephen Uba has described Lenten season as a forty day journey of Christians with God, a time when all Christians are expected to repent and be sorry for their sin order to walk with Jesus Christ.
Reverend Father Uba stated this while speaking with Radio Rivers Reporter, Fubara Miebaka Amadi on the significance of Ash Wednesday said, Ash Wednesday is the beginning of the forty days Lenten Season, pointing out that the Ash reminds man that he is from the dust and from dust and will return to dust.
According to the Catholic Priest, the season offers Christians to go through penance, sacrifices, give aims and intensify and enrich their prayer lives, he advised Christians to take the Lenten Season seriously as it is an opportunity for them to reunite with God and with one another.