Apostle Emmanuel A. Quaye, the Spain National Head of The Church of Pentecost, has advised ministers of the Gospel to support one another in effectively discharging their duties.
Delivering a sermon on Tuesday morning at the Heads’ consultative session preceding the 46th General Council Meetings currently underway at the Pentecost Convention Centre (PCC), Gomoa Fetteh on the theme: “Who is Holding your Hands & Whose Hand are you Holding,” Apostle Quaye quoted scriptures from 2 Chronicles 26:5-15, Luke 5 and Psalm 44:3 to support his message.
He stated that the act of supporting each other, which he refers to as “holding hands,” brings victory and generational continuity since it paves the way for people to be trained and help others to succeed in their work.
He used the story of Moses in the Bible, who overcame the Amalekites when the Israelites kept his hand up to emphasise his point.
“Moses did not achieve this alone as he had the support of Aaron and Hur, who held his hand steady when he was growing tired,” he stated.
Apostle Quaye urged ministers to emulate Aaron and Moses by supporting each other to excel in ministry.
According to him, one way by which ministers can work together is by delegating responsibilities to their subordinates.
“To be successful, you need to train people to work for you even in your absence,” he advised.
He, however, stressed that God should always be the first point of call in times of challenges.