Accra, The Tema District Pastor of the Great Commission Church International (GCCI), Reverend Paul Morgan Adorsu, has urged Christians to use the Easter season to reflect on their lives.
He said Easter called for sober reflections on the sacrifices of Jesus on the cross over 2000 years ago for the salvation of mankind.
He, therefore, urged Ghanaians to make selfless sacrifices for the nation’s socioeconomic development.
Speaking at the 2017 Easter Convention of the Tema District of the GCCI, Rev. Adorsu said Jesus, by His death on the cross, took away the sins, shame and reproach of Christians.
“When our sins are forgiven, there is nothing that can hinder us,” he said.
The four-day convention, on the theme: “Imitating Jesus Christ,” is being attended by the five assemblies in the Tema District of GCCI; Grace Temple, Maranatha, Tema Main, Tema Newtown and Prampram.
Speaking on the topic: “Imitating Christ through His Love and Sacrifices”, Rev. Adorsu said Christians were of God, and had overcome the world, adding,
“greater is He that is in you, than he that is in the world”.
He, therefore, urged Christians to be bold and not to fear the devil and his wicked forces.
He said as God parted the Jordan for the Israelites to cross, He would do same for His children in the present circumstance.
Rev Adorsu advised Christians to fear God and eschew evil; adding that Christians must be faithful in the church, home and work places.
Source: Ghana News Agency