Ghana News-The General Overseer of Calvary Charismatic Center (CCC), Pastor Ransford Obeng has admonished Christians to treat people they either work with or superintend over with respect and dignity.
Speaking to his congregation last Sunday, Pastor Obeng said Christians can only win people into the Kingdom of God by the attitudes they display at their workplaces.
The notion that as Christians we should only treat those who share our faith is absolutely wrong, the Gospel preacher noted.
According to him, Christians should at all times and place seek to mirror the very character of Christ to the world.
‘’We can only be true Christians if we treat people belonging to different faiths or backgrounds well’’, Pastor Obeng posited.
The CCC leader charged the congregation as well as the Christian family to be people with honest and humble characters.
By these attitudes, Pastor Obeng noted Christians could best distinguish themselves from people who profess other faiths across the world.
The Minister of God said the church can become the conscience of the world if Christians display honesty in the handling of affairs at the office or wherever they are placed to work.
‘’We as Christians should show the world how to be honest with the things that are entrusted into our care no matter what office we occupy in society’’, Pastor Obeng stressed.
Pastor Obeng reminded Christian politicians the vow they have made to the Lord and asked that they exemplify traits of Christ in all their dealings with people.
He asked that rather than seeking for their personal welfare they advance policies and programs that will do the larger society good.
Pastor Obeng asked the NPP government to take a critical look at the way and manner hospitals in the country are administered.
These clinics, he added are the only avenue the common man can access care when they are sick, adding it is important that government works hard to make our clinics and hospitals more functional.
‘’I pray our President as well as the Ministers of State take time to visit our clinics and hospitals across the country and see how pathetic the sight is so that they can work to fix all the challenges because God will one day ask us about what we did with the power he gave us’’, Pastor Obeng advised.