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Mth. Jangar Kolu Savey-Harris Laid To Rest

By Grace Q. Bryant
The National Superintendent of the United Pentecostal Church of Liberia, Bishop Dr. Stephen T. Y. Benda has disclosed that God is the equalizer of the earth.
Speaking at the celebration of the home-going of the Late Mother Jangar Kolu Savey- Harris over the weekend, Bishop Benda added ” I don’t care who you’re; when the time comes, you will surely die.”
“You don’t need a scientist to tell you that you will die, therefore you are going to give account to God,” he reminded.
Bishop Benda noted that God can take the President and send him to the cemetery therefore God is an equalizer and added that the world has nothing to offer.
He cautioned that life is an opportunity, therefore one will give accountability of every single of it.
“Fear God and keep his commandments because this life is ingratitude, so remain in the things of God,” he admonished.
The Sinkor United Pentecostal Church which is located at the Airfield Junction adjacent Vamuma House, was where Bishop Benda spoke on the topic: Remember the way of the earth.
“This life is not for you; it was given by God so don’t take ownership of it, and one thing about death, it comes every day, but remain strong and focused,” he emphasized.
Ma. Jangar Kolu Savey Harris referred to as Jarmuline was born in 1931 in Toikai Town , Belleh District, Gbarpolu County( before then known as Lofa County) and married to a Liberian soldier.
Ma Jangar’s parents were the late Mr. and Mrs. Sumo Varfee Savey and Mapu Quyan- Savey and she was the fourth child of the parents with two brothers, one older sister and two younger sisters.

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