If We Have Experienced A Pandemic, We Should Also Experience A Revival – Apostle Eric Nyamekye

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The Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, has asked ministers of the Church to lead the members to seek the face of the Lord to bring down revival in every aspect of the church.

“As we gradually recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and its related impacts, we also see that the Church globally will need some kind of re-awakening. We sense the sound of abundance of rain.

“Brothers, if we have experienced a pandemic in our lifetime, we should also experience a revival in our lifetime.”

This was contained in an address read on his behalf by the Chairman of the Central Regional Coordinating Committee and Cape Coast Area Head, Apostle Samuel Yaw Antwi, at the opening session of the Central Regional Ministers and Wives’ Conference on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at the New Jerusalem Auditorium in Winneba.

According to the Chairman, “many have succumbed to the Coronavirus. In the same manner, many should also be brought to the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. This can only be made possible by a glorious church which in itself is revived.

“So, though we are repeating the 2020 theme, we are introducing one new word into the theme, ‘revived.’ Thus, the theme for 2021 is “A Glorious Church, Revived to Possess the Nations.’”

The Chairman explained that even though the theme has been tweaked, the topics that will be treated will be the same as those of 2020. “However, these topics will be treated with the intention to spark up a revival in the church,” he stressed.

He prayed that, “the repetition of the theme will afford us the opportunity to delve much deeper into the theme, derive a better understanding of it, be affected by it and transfer same to the entire church populace.”

“The credibility and the revival that will spring out of this theme will restore all that we seem to have lost to the COVID-19 pandemic,” he added.

Report by Pastor Solomon Kwasi Kyei.

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