The General Overseer of the Calvary Charismatic Center (CCC), Reverend Ransford Obeng has charged Ghanaians to take advantage of both the spiritual and material blessings God has given the country to serve well in the positions one occupied.
According to him, everything which pertains to the spiritual needs of man and that of the material has been provided especially to Ghanaians.
He maintained the peaceful environment in the Country and the natural and as well as the human resource potentials makes it inexcusable for the people of the country to fail God and the society.
Addressing the church’s congregation and new comers at the recently held 31st watch night service at Ayigya, Reverend Obeng said ‘God will not forgive Ghanaians for not serving him since everything we need as a people have been made available to us’.
Recounting the country’s privileged situation, Pastor Obeng said ‘God had planted the Ghanaian people on a fertile land’.
According to him, apart from the fertile land where everything you grew flourished the country also has gold, manganese and oil to explore to make citizens comfortable.
‘’Everything we would ever need to make us feel comfortable as a people has been provided by God and therefore we have no excuse not to use same to serve him and one another’’, Pastor Obeng posited.
He noted passionately that past and present leaders would account for the taxes of the people and reminded the incoming administration to keep that in mind not to repeat mistakes previous leaders made when they governed.
Reverend Obeng admonished the congregation to eschew all forms of arrogance from their daily lives since God abhorred that attitude.
He also reminded young politicians to guard against the notion that when their political parties won power the country belonged to them so they could speak anyhow to the people.
‘’I charge all of us to use the recent general election and the outcome to guide our ways since one can feel so powerful all the time he or she is in government but would one day be reduced to nothing when he or she loses election after governing with arrogance’’, Reverend Obeng hammered.
He reminded the public to cultivate the habit and traits of David in the Bible who by humility attracted the grace and blessings of God.