Yennyawoso District Ends 2nd Edition of Prayer Festival

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Elder Richard Mpiani
Elder Richard Mpiani
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“When God Is Silent,” based on 1 Samuel 28:6 was the theme for the second edition of prayer festival organised by the Yennyawoso District of The Church of Pentecost, which took place from Monday, June 6 to Sunday, June 12, 2022, at the Central Assembly auditorium, with the climax held in two zones namely; Yennyawoso Zone and Dichemso Zone.

Characterised by undiluted sermons, fasting and prayers, the week-long event was held in two sessions: Morning and Evening, with the various speakers giving nice expositions to the theme.

In a sermon to climax the event at the Central Assembly auditorium in the Yennyawoso Zone, Elder Richard Mpiani of Macedonia Assembly spoke on the topic: “The Grace to Endure to the End,” where the necessity to crave divine grace to persevere and finish the race on a good note was drummed home to Christians.

He said that Saul had an auspicious start, but ended poorly. According to him, every Christian is assigned a particular cross to carry. This, he said, necessitates that the believer must be endowed with grace to be able to carry it.

Defining grace as “the help of God,” Elder Richard Mpiani, who is the District Assistant Youth Leader assured Christians with reference to 2 Corinthians 12:9 that the grace of God abounds for them to surmount prevailing challenges in life. He, therefore, incited the gathering to endeavour to be devoted to the Lord in order to enjoy His grace and all the goodies stated in Psalm 91, saying, “If only we will cling to the Lord, these promises will be our portion and God will be with us even in our distress.”

On his part, the District Minister, Pastor Charles Oduro, urged the congregants to embrace the sermons that were preached in the course of the week and put them to use to enable them to live as a delight to the Lord.

Reading from Hebrews 2:1-3, the Man of God cautioned that being disobedient to God’s word has serious implications, stressing that, “No one will escape God’s retribution if they become indifferent to His word and counsel.”

Thereafter, he led the congregants in the time of prayer.

Mrs. Gladys Nana Yaa Anima Oduro, wife of the District Minister was present at the service.

Report by Yennyawoso District Media Team

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