Aflao Area Organises Prayer Rally

The Aflao Area of The Church of Pentecost has organised a mega prayer rally which resulted in healing and breakthroughs.

The event which took place recently at the forecourt of the Shekinah Temple in Aflao, had 2,224 members attending.

Hosted by the Aflao Area Head, Apostle Peter Kofi Dzemekey, the prayer rally was joined by Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah, Coordinator of the Volta Regional Coordinating Committee (RCC) and Executive Council Member, who doubles as Ho Area Head. Also, in attendance were the Aflao Area pastorate as well as officers in the Area.

Delivering the sermon on the topic, “The Valley of Achor is a Door of Hope,” Apostle Dr. Dela Quampah said that the Valley of Achor was the place where Achan, one of the family heads of the tribe of Judah, was stoned to death after he took some of Jericho’s plunder after Israelite’s conquest.

“Even though the Israelites were warned not to take any plunder, this man was disobedient to God and was subsequently stoned to death together with his family,” he further said.

He stated that due to God’s divine judgement, the valley became a place of desolation and hopelessness to the Israelites, yet the Prophet Hosea prophesied that the story of the Israelites will not be the same again.

The Volta RCC Coordinator assured that the valley will be a door of hope for God’s people in any situation.

He declared that God has made believers ‘curse breakers’, saying, “However difficult your situation may be, God can turn the hopeless situations into a beautiful future.”

He further testified about how God miraculously healed him from intestinal obstruction in the year 2012.

He, therefore, prayed that God will pour out his immeasurable grace upon his people so that they can overcome all obstacles.

The host, Apostle Peter Dzemekey, in a remark, iterated that the prayer rally would help increase the anointing of God on the members to perform greater works.

During the prayer session, Innocent (aliased Osofo), a machete-wielding man, having been touched by the Holy Spirit ran to the grounds to surrender his life to Christ.

Report by Francis Lamptey, Aflao Area Reporter.

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