Reverend Emmanuel Obour, the Kumasi Maakro District Minister of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, has asked Christians to strengthen their prayers to seek the face of God in the era of the Coronavirus.
He pointed out that, though it was important for all Ghanaians to adhere strictly to the preventive and restrictive protocols, it was only God who could save the country from the further spread of the pandemic.
Delivering a sermon during a virtual service of the church on Sunday, Rev. Obour said it was important for Christians to share the word of God with others and pray for the nation.
He stressed the need for Christians to use their lives as examples to transform this sinful world and the people leaving in it.
“We are leaving in a very crucial world because many attend church but have given themselves to fake pastors by following their principles instead of the word of God”, he stated.
He encouraged Ghanaians to leave their lives according to the word of God by praying and staying away from sin.
This according to him would pave way for God to listen to our prayers especially, in this era of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rev Obour urged Ghanaians to regularly wash their hands with soap under running water, wear nose mask, use alcohol base sanitizers, ensuring social distancing and stay home as possible as they could, as had been directed by the government.