Royal St Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force hosts Service of Thanksgiving
Members of the Royal St. Vincent and the Grenadines Police Force have been reminded that God is a way maker and must be trusted at all times.
The reminder came last Sunday January 13, 2019 from Leading Sea Man, Pastor Nolan James who delivered the sermon during the service of thanksgiving hosted by the RSVG Police Force at the Old Montrose Police Station.
Speaking under the theme: ‘Giving thanks – Lord you have been good to us’, Pastor James told those gathered that, “What God has planned for you is yours”. He said that sometimes people go about things the wrong way and it doesn’t bring them happiness, but encouraged officers for 2019 to have a greater appreciation for God and he will make a way.
Noting that in life there will be challenges, Pastor James reminded officers that overcoming those challenges is key. He admonished them not to curse the country in which they live because of politics noting that this is a blessed nation.
Deputy Commissioner of Police, Frankie Joseph in his remarks stressed that police are at high risk and divine protection is necessary. The Deputy Commissioner noted that the Police Christian Soldiers have been doing a tremendous job in bridging the gap with spiritual outreach.