Luli Concert 2017 TO Hold This Friday

Luli Concert, the award-winning international concert is set to hold its second edition on Friday 22nd of September, 2017 at the National Stadium, Surulere Lagos.

This year’s theme “A Night of Thousand Sacrifices” is a re-enactment of the biblical sacrifices rendered by King Solomon.

The worship concert held last year with over 7000 worshippers is organized by El-Berachah Worship Ministry and is expected to bring together over 10,000 worshippers this Friday.

Luli Concert 2017 also aims to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the founding of Celestial Church of Christ.

In a press parley at the Teslim Balogun Stadium, Surulere, Lagos on Monday, convener of El-Berachah Worship Ministry, Mr. Gbenga Daniel-Adebayo disclosed what “Luli Concert” is all about….

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He said; ‘Luli Concert is inspired by a divine mandate to further the Gospel of Jesus Christ through the instrument of worship. ‘Luli’, another word for God’s Grace is the affirmation of the privilege we have enjoyed as sons and daughters of grace.

Gbenga Daniel at the same time explained the vision and mission of the team

He said; ‘The mission of this divine mandate is in tandem with the Divine Order of the Celestial Church of Christ. Luli Concert seeks to partake in the harvest of souls that are heaven bound. The cardinal instrument for this harvest is the instrumentality of praise, worship, and word.

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Our vision focuses on building a global platform where believers congregate periodically to worship in truth and spirit as well as extend our invitations to other Christian bodies’.

Luli Concert 2017 will feature the likes of Sola Allyson, Kenny K’ore, Johnny Sourou (Benin Republic), Adedeji Adetayo (Greece), Bhodey Zannu (London), Seyi Solagbade, Kent Edunjobi, Imoleayo Akin Adebayo, alongside the ‘1000 MAN’ Choir to raise sacrifices of praises from the altars of our hearts”.