Ghanaians have been told to cherish modesty and refuse to be ensnared by greed, selfishness and unrestrained crave for money.
Prophetess Barbara Adjei, Founder and Head Pastor of the New Earth Chapel International, said this is the way to go, to purge the nation of corruption and bring about real social justice and progress.
She was delivering a sermon at a thanksgiving service in Kumasi to bring the curtains down on activities held by the church to mark the crucifixion and resurrection of the Messiah.
Prophetess Adjei reminded people in leadership positions to live up to the expectation of those they lead by seeking and focusing on the collective good.
She said it should not simply be about their own personal comfort and that of family members and cronies.
She said it is important for everybody to learn from the lessons of sacrifice, humility and service, taught by ?our Saviour – Jesus? to uphold the course of humanity, adding, ?these must guide our actions?.
The period of Easter, she noted, offers an opportunity for all, to soberly reflect on their lives – ask hard questions about the contribution they have made to the progress of the church, community and nation.
Prophetess Adjei said nobody should sit on the sidelines but rather strive to make things happen.