Rev Professor Emmanuel Enoch Agbozo, Leader of the Ghana Evangelical Society (GES), on Tuesday said God is deeply affected by the loss of confidence, trust and hope among active and loyal citizens of Ghana in governance, management and conduct of affairs of the country.
?The most High God is very disturbed and indeed concerned over the mourning, cries and fears of mothers of the land and concerned about the uncertainty with the present state of affairs, the future of their children and the fate of the youth of the current generation and generations to come?, he said.
Rev Agbozo made the remarks when he addressed a press conference in Accra on the theme: ?Divine Altar of Mercy, Peace, Joy and Hope for Ghana?.
He said as looking at the situation there was disillusionment everywhere in the country with people seeing no light or windows of change opened for escape.
He said as the nation was entering the Christmas season the Most High God had chosen the season to bring glad tidings of comfort and assurance of peace, joy and hope for his beloved and chosen nation .
He noted that God had heard the cries, mourning and weeping of Ghanaians hence bringing His glad tidings of peace, love, joy and hope as a Christmas message for the nation.
?Let us celebrate the Christmas season with praise and thanksgiving to God and peace, love and Goodwill to all?, adding, Christmas season 2013 is hour of divine visitation, deliverance, peace, love, hope and glory to Ghana.