Be Bold To Preach the Truth – Apostle Ami-Narh Tells Clergy

The President of The Apostolic Church, Ghana, Apostle Dr. Aaron Nartey Ami-Narh, has charged the clergy to be bold in preaching the unadulterated truth which is the word of God.

Apostle Dr. Ami-Narh noted that a lot of men of God have sold the pulpit to the rich in society due to their selfish and monetary gains.

“Money has become a god of mammon in our churches, where rich persons are respected by church leaders than poor members. Some people do not deserve to preach on your pulpit; do not let money deceive you into handing over your pulpit to them,” he said.

He admonished church leaders to eschew selling the truth to the wealthy persons in society, but rather tell them the truth.

He said this on Wednesday, September 14, 2022, during the All Ministers’ Conference at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), in Gomoa-Fetteh, near Kasoa.

Delivering a presentation on the topic, “The Church Making Impact as Salt and Light in the World,” the President of The Apostolic Church, Ghana, describing the purpose of salt and light, said that the nature of a thing is what determines how it behaves and what it can be used to do.

“That is why salt is salt and light is light. Salt cannot be light and light cannot be salt,” he said, stressing that for Christians to be able to perform a particular function of being salt and light, they must have the nature of salt and the nature of light.

Apostle Dr. Ami-Narh was worried that though believers have the needed knowledge about Christ, they are not making the needed impact because they have refused to pay the price.

On the reasons why Christians make a poor impact as salt and light of the world, he explained that repentance is what gives us the nature to be salt and light, however, this is missing in this generation.

Quoting from Acts 20:20-21, Apostle Dr. Ami-Narh iterated that Apostle Paul’s preaching was into two statements, which are repentance towards God and faith towards Jesus Christ.

He further hinted that the average church member today is very self-centered. This, he said, is the reason why God wants us to be the light because the average person in church is there to use God to get what he or she wants, and not there to worship God for who He is.

He added: “For one to repent, one must be convicted. The type of message that the Holy Spirit needs to convict people is missing from the pulpit. Without the preaching of Nathan, one could not know the extent to which King David would have stayed not convicted.

The National Executive Member of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) admonished Christian leaders to help their members to examine what is in the heart because of the desperation of wickedness within.


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