Pray, Preach The Word And Give Towards Kingdom Business – Apostle Otu Nyarko Tells Christians

The Finance and Administration Director (FAD) of The Church of Pentecost, Apostle Lawrence Otu Nyarko, has impressed upon Christians to be fervent in prayer, preach the word of God and give to support God’s work.

“These are the three pillars that a glorious church hinges on; prayer, preaching the word of God and paying tithes as well as offerings, including supporting ministers of God,” he said, adding, “God works in partnership with all three, and if one is broken, the church cannot stand.”

Apostle Otu Nyarko said this in a sermon on Sunday, February 28, 2021, at the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC) – Sakumono, to climax the Teshie-Nungua Area Apostolisation Week and the First Area Week celebration. 

Preaching on the theme, “A glorious church revived to offer,” he said that offering is very important unto the Lord, saying, “Abel did it very well and the fragrance of his offering was acceptable and pleasing unto the Lord.”

Reading from Ephesians 5:25-27, he stated that God wants Christians to be holy and blameless and that the Lord expects them to offer their lives first as a sacrifice, then their time and their substance.

He explained the importance of all the pillars to the growth of a revived church. Stressing on the third pillar of a glorious church which is paying tithes and offerings, Apostle Otu Nyarko emphasized the essence of giving oneself to the Lord fully and wholly, paying their tithes and ministering to men of God since they are the Levites in our time (Deuteronomy 10: 8-9, Numbers 18:20-21).

The Finance and Administration Director indicated that when a believer encounters the Lord, the light that is in the Lord is transmitted into that person, hence Christians are to affect the society with Christian/kingdom values.

The week-long Apostolisation programme was under the theme, “A glorious church revived to possess the nations. (Ephesians 3:21, 5:27, Hebrews 3:2). Various speakers, such as Apostle Rigwell Ato Addison (Rtd.), Pastors David Alex Adwere of Lashibi District, Captain Collins Badu Agyapong, of E. D. Aninkorah Worship Centre, Percy Nii Tackie Otoo of Odikoman District and Joshua Appiah of Teshie-Nungua Estate District, took turns to minister at the PIWC-Sakumono.

Report by Yaa Asantewaah Adu Boahene

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