Over the years, The Church of Pentecost has been noted for manifesting the great power of God through diverse signs and wonders.
For instance, in 2021, the church recorded many miracles by the power of the Holy Spirit, resulting in the dead being raised to life, the blind eyes opening, the paralysed walking, cancerous cells being healed, and childless couples being blessed with children after many years of marriage, among many other miracles worth testifying about.
This was revealed by Apostle Eric Nyamekye, Chairman of The Church of Pentecost, during the just-ended 17th Extraordinary Council Meetings which took place at the Pentecost Convention Center (PCC), Gomoa-Fetteh, near Kasoa in the Central Region.
Among the spectacular events experienced in various assemblies of the church last year was the case of Victoria Quaynin, a 17-year-old teenager at Twifo Kyebi District in the Dunkwa Area of the church, who on February 23, 2021, was declared dead at the Oponso Health Centre, came back to life through intercession by the church.
According to Apostle Nyamekye, the girl whose family could not come to terms with her sudden death rushed her body to the District Minister’s residence (mission house), and after an hour and 15 minutes of intensive prayer by the District Pastor and his team, the dead girl came back to life to the glory of God.
The Chairman also disclosed that on December 31, 2021, one Anthony Anku from Kpelema Assembly in the Kparekpare District within the Nkwanta Area of the church, was found lifeless in his room and later declared dead by medics at the Kparekpare Health Centre.
However, the District Minister of the church, Probationary Overseer Amos Affedzie, together with some elders of the church, went to the facility and together with the father of the deceased, prayed for the dead brother.
“After praying for about 20 minutes, the young man suddenly came back to life to the glory of God,” he stated.
About childbirth, the Chairman of the church mentioned that Mrs. Charity Ampah of Abakrampa District in the Cape Coast Area of the church, had her womb removed after a surgical operation some years ago, and was also diagnosed with Hepatitis B in 2021.
“She presented her case during one of the church’s monthly prayers; she was prayed for and directed to go back for the Hepatitis B test again. The second result came out negative to the utmost surprise of the medical officials,” he pointed out.
He added: “To the glory of God, Mrs. Ampah who had no hopes of conceiving, conceived, and has delivered a baby boy.”
Apostle Nyamekye again disclosed that in Sweden, a child of a Burundian immigrant family who are non-members of the church was seriously sick and put on a life support machine. When the condition became worse and doctors had come to their wits’ end, the father sent a message to a friend in the Pentecost International Worship Centre (PIWC), Stockholm about the situation.
“The church instantly interceded intensely, and thereafter visited the family to pray with them and the child received instant healing and subsequently discharged from the hospital,” he said.
Although the testimonies around the world were many, Apostle Eric Nyamekye reiterated that God was still in the miracle business and glorifying His name through the church.