Accra, Mr Alfred Ofoe Osabutey-Aguedze, the Founder of the Vision Seed Academy at La in Accra has urged Christians to learn to worship God more than engaging in singing.
He said there was the need for Christians to have pre-requisite knowledge of God’s adoration in spirit and in truth to stand before His presence.
Mr Osabutey-Aguedze gave the advice at the launch of a 60-page religious book entitled: Ministry of a Worshipper which says God’s worship goes beyond singing.
It was authored by Pastor Eddie Tetteh of the Redemption Centre, Assemblies of God Church at La.
Mr Osabutey-Aguedze said the Christian faith had shifted to Africa and about 85 per cent of Ghanaians were Christians, hence the need for the people to have fore knowledge of God’s worship.
He called on the Christian congregations and Ghanaians at large to patronise the book which he described as an eye-opener and transformer.
Pastor Tetteh said the book had been widely reviewed by theologians, professors and academicians and would serve the ultimate purpose of teaching Christians the true fashion of worshiping God.
He acknowledged God for giving him the wisdom, knowledge and insight for writing the book and expressed gratitude to all who supported him.
Reverend William Tetteh Nortey, the Greater Accra Regional Music Director of the Assemblies of God described the author as a hardworking and dedicated worshipper and urged all to use the book to consolidate the Christian life through worship.
Source: Ghana News Agency