Seven members of the Mamprobi Zone in the Dansoman Area of The Church of Pentecost were miraculously healed of their hearing impairment during the recently-held Easter Convention at the Salvation Army Park, Mamprobi.
The seven people, four of whom were challenged from birth, are Alfred Aryee Tettey, Esther Boafo, Delali Kpodo, Vida Sorgah, Eunice Danquah, and Richard Tagoe.
The spectacular incident took place on Saturday morning, April 8, 2023, to the glee of the members from the nine districts of the zone, namely, Chemunaa, Glefe, Mpoase, Gbegbeyise, New Mamprobi, Mamprobi, James Mckeown Worship Centre (JMWC), Lartebiorkorshie, and Bethel, present at the event.
Among them were Apostle Emmanuel Agyei Kwafo, the National Coordinator for the Home and Urban Mission (HUM) and his wife, Mrs. Agyei Kwafo, as well as Mrs. Priscilla Hagan, the wife of the Youth Ministry Director.
Mrs. Rebecca Adwoa Sey, the wife of the Area Head, Dansoman Area, delivered a sermon at the event on the topic: “The Power of Dominance,” using a series of biblical illustrations.
Reading from Genesis 1:26 and Psalm 8:6, she hinted that God has a kingdom in Heaven and created man in his image and likeness to rule over the earth and become fruitful, multiply, subdue, and have dominion.
She explained that man’s disobedience to God denied him access to the authority earlier given to him. However, in the fullness of time, Christ came to earth in the form of man, died, and arose to give back the authority and power that was taken from him by the devil.
Mrs. Adwoa Sey added that Christ had to carry the cross to set humanity free, and without Christ Jesus, they do not have access to the power of dominance.
Pastor Vincent Tawiah Donkor, the Gbegbeyise District Minister, led the Church to pray for the youth for job opportunities, the unmarried to receive the grace to marry, and for persons with disabilities.
During the prayer, the seven deaf people received healing from hearing impairment.
Report by Lawrence Nana Kwame Asiamah & Lawrinda Ami Nyadanu