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Give To Receive In Abundance – Apostle Dzemekey Urges Christians

The Asokwa Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Peter Kofi Dzemekey, has urged Christians to give their widow’s mite towards the growth of the Kingdom business to receive abundant blessings from God.

He made this call on Thursday, April 11, 2024, during a 3-day prayer meeting organised by the New Tafo Area at the Sepe Revival Centre under the theme, “Unleashed To Transform My World Through Sacrificial Giving,” based on 2 Corinthians 9:6-8 and Luke 6:38.

Speaking on the topic, “Whatever You Want In Abundance, Give The Little You Have,” Apostle Dzemekey stated that the unleashed Christian is not tight-fisted, but gives what they have to support God’s work, saying, “The simplest way to get what you want in abundance is to give the little you have.”

Using the story of Jesus feeding the crowd with minimal food resources in Matthew 14:13-21 as an example, the Asokwa Area Head explained that giving even a little to the Lord can result in receiving much more in return.

“If you are willing to give the little you have, you will be a blessing by receiving in abundance,” he said.

Highlighting Jesus’ power and ability to turn situations around, Apostle Dzemekey encouraged the congregation not to roam in search of help from other sources but to remain at Jesus’ feet and trust in His ability to provide for their needs, just as He fed the crowd in the wilderness.

“The crowd found themselves in the wilderness and it was getting too late, which signified hopelessness, but Jesus was able to provide for them in that situation and they all ate and were satisfied, picking up twelve baskets full of leftover pieces,” he explained.

He also emphasised the importance of Christians seeking God’s anointing, prioritising holiness, and staying devoted to prayer to draw others to Christ.

Present at the service were Mrs. Faith Dzemekey (Wife of Asokwa Area Head), Prophet Samuel Tetteh Doku (New Tafo Area Head), the Area pastorate, and their wives, among others.

Report by Emmanuel Nana Nsiah

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