Suame Area Holds Last ‘Jericho Hour’ Prayers

Suame Area Holds Last ‘Jericho Hour’ Prayers

Hundreds of members on Thursday attended the ‘Jericho Hour’ prayers organised by the Suame Area of The Church of Pentecost at the Aprepo District Central auditorium to climax the Area’s weekly prayers for the year.

The Suame Area Head, Apostle John Obeng Kesse, in an exhortation based on Galatians 2:20 and Ephesians 1:3-6, charged Christians to know that Jesus is the reason for their living, and for that matter, their ability to make maximum impact in the nations can only be achieved when they are grounded in Him.

Using the Apostle Paul as a case study, he mentioned that Paul accepted Christ and submitted fully to the knowledge of God. According to him, Paul appreciated the great grace God honoured him.

“The ultimate reason for the very existence of the Christian is the birth, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ,” he disclosed.

He added that the Lord has promised all who come to the faith in Christ Jesus of His salvation package. He, therefore, admonished believers to have knowledge of the great works of Christ and to fully rely on Him for great benefits in the salvation package.

Apostle Kesse mentioned that though Christians walk through hard times, they are assured of God’s unfailing provision.

He explained that hard times are periods of the test of faith of the Christian and as they rely on Christ, the Lord will give them the grace to come out gloriously.  

He concluded his message by admonishing Christians to stay firm in the Lord since those that walk faithfully with Christ are always granted greater grace to traverse through every challenge they come across in life.

Apostle John Obeng Kesse encouraged members of the church to look forward to seeing greater things in their lives in the ensuing year even as they are grounded in the Lord for maximum impact.

Deaconess Maame Fosuah who is the leader of the Akrowa Revival Centre in the Buoho District of The Church of Pentecost led the congregation in a period of prayer.

Report by Suame Area Media Team.

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