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FEA Staff Celebrate

The staff of the Fiji Electricity Authority (FEA) depot at Navutu, Lautoka, celebrated Easter yesterday. Staff sang hymns and prayers were offered while speeches were delivered on the true meaning
03 Apr 2015 11:08
FEA Staff Celebrate

The staff of the Fiji Electricity Authority (FEA) depot at Navutu, Lautoka, celebrated Easter yesterday.

Staff sang hymns and prayers were offered while speeches were delivered on the true meaning of Easter.

FEA chief executive Hasmukh Patel sent an Easter message to his staff.

“These holy days have their roots in miracles that took place long ago and yet they still inspire us, guide us and strengthen us today,” he said.

“For most of our Christian brothers and sisters and for countless other Christians, holy week and Easter are times for reflection and renewal.

“We remember the grace of the awesome God, who loves us so deeply that he gave us his only son so we might live through him.

“We recommit ourselves to following his examples to love and serve one another, just as he loves every one of us.

“Forty days of Lent may just have ended, but our journey does not end at the resurrection, as one could argue that it is not the event that marks the end of anything.

“The common thread of humanity that connects us all, not just Christians and Jews, but Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs is our shared commitment to love our neighbours as we love ourselves,” he said.

Unit Leader Distribution for West Saimone Rogoimuri in his sermon spoke about Easter and the link between God and mankind.

“The celebration of Easter signifies the death, burial and resurrection of our saviour Jesus Christ,” he said.

“The birth of Jesus on this earth to save people from evil was prophesied thousands of years ago, according to the Old Testament.

“Christ’s death and resurrection have proven that he really does have all power, that there is life after death and that a real heaven has been prepared for those who believe and obey,” he said.

The employees were treated to morning tea in preparation for the celebration this long weekend.

 

 



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