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The Reverend Dr. Emmanuel Kwabla Amey, the Clerk of the General Assembly of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church, has asked Christians to seek the presence of God in their endeavours in 2019.

He said the presence of God opened best opportunities to man because it was only God that could change difficult situations in the lives of men.

Reverend Amey said this when he delivered the end of year sermon at the Dela Cathedral in Ho on the theme: “A fresh start”.

He said though difficult times would come, those who diligently sought the face of the Lord would overcome.

Rev Amey also said it was imperative for Christians to wait on God to see His miraculous work in their lives, because “the vision is yet for an appointed time, but at the end it shall speak and not lie, though it tarries, wait for it because it will surely come, it will not tarry”.

He said those who waited on the Lord would renew their strength and not be put to shame because God was faithful in His word.

Reverend Amey said even though life in its totality had given man the opportunity to forge ahead in his struggles, it was important for man to avail himself to God to be able to arrive at the best destination.

He urged Christians to seek for higher advancement in all spheres of life, saying, “any individual who fails to seek advancement will not be making any meaningful progress in life.

Intercessory prayers were made for the nation, the President, his Vice, ministers and traditional leaders among others.

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