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God’s Presence Brings Greatness – Pastor Takyi Asante

The Lesotho National Head of The Church of Pentecost, Pastor Bernard Takyi Asante, has affirmed the significance of God’s presence in bringing about greatness in people’s lives.

He shared this insight on Friday, July 5, 2024, during a 3-day prayer meeting dubbed, “Divine Encounter” organised by the New Tafo Area of the Church. The event, themed: “Unleashed For Greater Works,” took place at the Area Revival Centre in Sepe-Buokrom.

During his discourse on the topic: “The Lord Shall Appear To His People For Greater Works,” Pastor Takyi Asante emphasised that God’s presence among His people designates them as His own, drawing inspiration from Malachi 3:1. He underscored the greatness and power of God, saying, “This is the God in our midst.”

Pastor Takyi Asante cited biblical figures like Abraham (Genesis 12:1-3) and Isaac (Genesis 26:2-3), whose encounter with God resulted in their greatness to illustrate his message.

He stated, “When God appears to a person, they become great,” emphasising that such individuals become unstoppable and untouchable.

The clergyman defined greater work as any effort that positively impacts generations and highlighted God’s will for His people to become great and influential in society. He, therefore, urged the congregation to allow God to prepare them for the manifestation of His greatness in their lives, stating, “God desires greater works.”

Referencing Hosea 6:2-3, Pastor Bernard Takyi Asante stressed the importance of God’s presence being made known to His faithful adherents, likening it to rain and spring shower, symbolizing hope, freshness, and newness in their lives.

He assured the congregation, “God will suddenly appear to you when things seem dire and impossible.”

Following the sermon, he engaged the congregation in a powerful prayer session.

Key figures present at the service included Prophet Samuel Tetteh Doku, and his wife, Mama Victoria (New Tafo Area Head), the Area pastorate and their wives, Mrs. Priscilla Takyi Asante, among others.

Report by Emmanuel Nana Nsiah

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