Appropriate The Good News – Apostle Obeng Kesse Tells Christians

The Suame Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle John Obeng Kesse, has charged believers to appropriate the Good News of the Lord Jesus Christ to have the desired impact in their lives.

He was speaking on Sunday, December 25, 2022, at the climax of the Suame District’s Christmas convention which was held at Tetelestai Assembly, under the theme: “Behold, I Bring You Good News of Great Joy” – Luke 2:10.

Apostle Kesse who spoke on the topic, “A Message of Great Joy,” based on Luke 2:8-12, mentioned that the birth of Christ is of great joy to all nations, saying, “Christ was born for all generations and to save humanity from perpetual sin which resulted from the fall of man.”

He added that Christ was born born to deliver humanity from generational curses. The Suame Area Head further mentioned that Christmas is for both Christians and non-Christians because of the Godly nature of Jesus Christ, while referring to the prophecies made before Jesus’ birth in Micah 2, Isaiah 7:14, Daniel 2:24-29.

Apostle Kesse asserted that God, in His own accord, decided to visit humanity and take away the burden of sin and free man from the bondage of sin. He said that when the appointed time came, Jesus came to fulfill His mission on earth (Galatians 4:4).

Referring to Matthew 1:21, he mentioned that the mystery of the birth of Jesus was witnessed, saying, “It was at this point that the angelic host revealed themselves to the shepherds to announce the good news on earth about Jesus’ birth.”

He added: “Jesus came as a Saviour to all, revealed the mystery of godliness through His incarnation (1 Timothy 3:6) and for humanity to have access to God through Him.”

In attendance was the wife of the Area Head, Mrs. Eunice Owureduwaa Kesse; the District Minister, Pastor Peter Mensah Yanney and the wife and the National Executive Committee (NEC) Member of the Pentecost Men’s Ministry (PEMEM), Elder Dr Nana Kwadwo Gyasi and his wife. MThe climax of the convention was attended by 1,230 adults and 127 children.

Report by Suame District Media Team.

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