Apostle Wilberforce Nkrumah Agyeman

Go Rescue Sinners From Perishing – Christians Told

Christians are under obligation to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ to unbelievers in order to rescue them from sin and eternal destruction.

According to Apostle Wilberforce Nkrumah Agyeman, the Teshie-Nungua Area Head of The Church of Pentecost, it is not good for Christians to keep the Good News to themselves but should rather share it with all persons so that through that the unsaved would come to the saving knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Addressing ministers and officers of the church in the Kaneshie Area as part of the ongoing Officers’ Retreat dubbed ‘Apostolisation’ at the Kaneshie Central auditorium on Tuesday, February 22, 2022, the former missionary spoke passionately about the need for born-again Christians to take the gospel to the unreached at all cost to save them from the kingdom of darkness to the Kingdom of Light.

Speaking on the topic, “The Power of the Gospel of Salvation” based on Romans 1:13-17; Micah 5:1; 1 Corinthians 15:1-8, he stated: “We are indebted to sinners because most of them have heard the gospel. Like what the lepers said in 2 Kings 7:9, it is not good for believers to haul and keep the Good News to themselves by not letting it known to the unsaved. We must seize every available opportunity, space, and time and preach the gospel because that is our core duty as believers.

“As an army of God, we are not afraid to enter into any sphere to proclaim the Good News. We ought to work in earnest since many people are perishing in their sins.”

He revealed that God is marshaling a powerful army of global effect that will clamp down the power of the enemy (Micah 5:1) through the gospel.

Giving some tips in Romans 10:13-14 about accessing the gospel of salvation, Apostle Nkrumah Agyeman noted that the lost cannot call on the Lord to be saved until they believe that Christ died for their sins, resurrected from the dead and ascended into heaven and is now seated at the right hand of God interceding for them (1 Corinthians 15:1-8).

He, however, said that the lost cannot believe in the Lord until they hear the Good News of salvation which must be preached by all believers. He was worried that soul winning in recent times has been relegated to only members while officers and ministers have taken a back seat only to take reports from evangelism outreaches.

He, therefore, charged pastors and officers in the church to fully involve themselves in the soul-winning efforts of the church by personally going out to the field to preach the gospel since Christ himself will reward them on the day of judgement.

He reiterated that the lost cannot be saved without a witness, saying, “They cannot believe until they hear, and they cannot hear without a witness.”

Apostle Wilberforce Nkrumah Agyeman concluded his presentation by outlining some of the methods of evangelism. These include social media evangelism, testimony gospel, lifestyle evangelism (1 Peter 3:1-3), friendship evangelism, gospel explosions, neighbourhood evangelism (door-to-door), event evangelism, gospel skits and plays, and street preaching evangelism, among others.


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