Apostle Samuel Edzii-Davidson Urges Christians To Live For Christ web

Apostle Samuel Edzii-Davidson Urges Christians To Live For Christ

Apostle Samuel Edzii-Davidson, the Offinso Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, has advised Christians to live and present their bodies as a living sacrifice to God, especially as they commemorate the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Apostle Samuel Edzii-Davidson made this passionate appeal during the 2024 Easter Convention at Boamang District, Offinso Area, on Thursday, March 28, 2024.

Speaking on the topic, “Understanding the Finished Work by Jesus on the Cross,” Apostle Samuel Edzii-Davidson highlighted some significance of the death and resurrection of Christ.

He said the greatest blessing of Christ on earth is the finished work He did on the cross.

“On the cross, there was a crossover for humanity. So, whoever believes in Christ crosses over from sin to righteousness, eternal death to eternal life, eternal destruction to eternal salvation, eternal sorrow to eternal joy, eternal burden to eternal peace,” he said.

Taking his Bible references from John 19:30 and Isaiah 53:4&5, he revealed that one is able to cross over because Jesus has taken the sins of humanity away and has imputed His righteousness in them; adding that: “This was the divine exchange that brought mankind from darkness to light and eternal life.”

Explaining this Good News, the Offinso Area Head used the law of jeopardy to demonstrate how believers were saved from their sins.

“The law of double jeopardy states that one is not punished twice for the same crime. Therefore, as Jesus has been punished for our sins, we will not be punished for the same sin. However, it is our responsibility to eschew further offenses and sins and live a life that will please him in order to appreciate and reciprocate the love shown to us,” he said.

According to him, it is the responsibility of every human being to believe and surrender their life to Jesus, live for Him, and work for Him.

“It is our responsibility as Christians to believe in Christ and surrender ourselves to Him as our Lord and personal Savior. This is not done by lip service but by a deliberate attempt to live a Christ-like life,” he said.

The event also had in attendance Mrs. Winnifred Edzii-Davidson (Wife of the Offinso Area Head), Overseer Alex Nana Owusu Nkrumah (Boamang District Minister), his wife, Mrs. Lydia Owusu Nkrumah, as well as all District Executive Committee members, officers, and the entire congregants.

To the glory of God, 33 people received instant healing from various ailments during the service.

Report by Offinso Area Media Team

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