Build God’s House as a covenant for prosperity – Rev. Emmanuel Adjei challenges Christians ahead of 2021
Rev. Emmanuel Adjei; Resident Pastor of the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) – Ghana has implored Christians to continue in prayers and in deed that peace reigns in Ghana.
He asked Ghanaians especially Christians to comport themselves and avoid unnecessary partisan arguments.
He was grateful to God for saving the nation from worse outcomes as far as the COVID-19 pandemic is concerned. “The pandemic could have been devastating to us but God came to our rescue and Africa should not take it for granted”, he explained and encouraged Ghanaians to continue to follow the laid down protocol to avoid transmission of the condition.
Rev. Emmanuel Adjei who was speaking to Bernard Buachi of www.rawgist.com on the sidelines of the 31st December, 2020 vigil also used the opportunity to outline the church’s agenda for 2021.
“We will be doing a lot of activities targeted at winning souls for Christ in 2021 and also put resources together to roof our new church auditorium” he revealed.
The theme for the crossover vigil was “Arise, let us build”. He encouraged all to make it a point to help build the house of God as a covenant towards prosperity. He explained that many a time, all believers have to do to Prosper is to invest in the work of God. “Building a house for God will ensure that God builds a house for you”, he said and encouraged Christians to give their all to the work of the Gospel.