Pastor John Borham speaking at the event
THE NATIONAL Overseer of the Deeper Christian life Ministry, Ghana, Pastor John Borham, has raised concerns over the missing God factor in the lives of millions of people across the world.
He said the element of putting God first had been taken out of the thinking of man, a situation that had led to man devising his own means of making things happen and believing that without God, all would always be well.
?The consequence of this is the recurring back and forth that man has had to go through in seeking answers to his teething problems,? he said.
Pastor Borham said man speaks of things like sexual orientation without thinking about God as the master of creation who gave the explicit instruction to all to be fruitful and multiply.
?He is not a God of contradictions but man has painted Him as such, because, although God instructed us to be fruitful and multiply, in man?s own wisdom, God still created some people to be sexually attracted to the same sex.
This is nothing but the thinking of lame minds and its one of the reasons man continues to languish under myriad insurmountable problems,? Pastor Borham noted.
He said the situation places a greater burden on ministers of the gospel to be up and doing especially when the desire for material possession has become an enslaving desire even if the means is wrong.
He said it was in line with the above that the Deeper Life Christian Ministry would on April 4 and 5 hold a special miracle and revival service dubbed: ?Divine Keys for Unlocking Doors? at the Deeper Life Church at Anyaa near Ablekuma.
The programme would bring to Ghana, the Founder and General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry worldwide, Pastor W. F Kumuyi as the main speaker for the two day event, to starting 6:00pm and 8:00am.
?The power of God will be present to cause major shake-ups in the lives of all participants and meet them at the very points of their needs. We are trusting God to visit all willing hearts with his miracle and revival,? he said.
The programme would also be telecast live on some television station to ensure that all those outside the capital and beyond are not denied their portion of God?s visitation.
About 60,000 participants are expected to converge for the two-day service.
By Jamila Akweley Okertchiri