Pastor Mboro opens up and explained what Easter means to him

Pastor Mboro opens up and explained what Easter means to him

Many South Africans will be spending Easter braaing with family or unwinding at a vacation spot, or simply enjoying time off from work, but for Pastor Mboro, the holiday is about so much more. He will take the opportunity to revive his covenant with Christ.

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Easter is a time when many South Africans enjoy their time off from work and hang out with family or take their family away for the long weekend.

But for Pastor Mboro, Easter is about celebrating a death and a resurrection.

He will be holding a Good Friday service at his church to try and spread the word of God.

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TimesLIVE asked the pastor a few questions about what Easter really means to him.

For Pastor Mboro, Easter is a celebration of a death and resurrection.

"It is celebration of Jesus Christ, who brought salvation to the world."

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He plans to make sure his congregation understand why Jesus died and returned.

"I will be reviving my covenant with Christ and making sure that all our members understand what Jesus died and rose for. Also, why he came into this world."

Briefly.co.za learnt that Pastor Mboro feels that Jesus is his brother and saviour.

"Jesus is the son of God. Jesus is God. Jesus is my brother. My king and my savior."

Pastor Mboro will spend Good Friday at church and then he'll be with his family.

"There will be no Good Friday as long as I’m alive that I will be absent from church. After that I will be with my family remembering what Christ is all about."

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Pastor Mboro's mom is likely the one who instilled his love for Christ, as she used to teach the children from church about the Bible because there was no Sunday School.

The pastor said that the most important Bible verse to him is John, chapter 3, verse 16.

He often shares his sermons on social media.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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