Truth which is the most valuable and important ingredient a nation requires to strive, Apostle Nyamekye bemoaned has rather “fallen on the street”.
The Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye has challenged members of the Church working in various sectors of the Ghanaian economy to uphold the principle of truth in their endeavours to change the status quo of widespread dishonesty.
He challenged Christians to hold on to the divine principle of truth regardless the repercussions, adding, the Church is the pillar and foundation of truth.
He threw this challenge at the Pentecost Convention Centre, Gomoah Fetteh during the inauguration of the Pentecost Professional Network on Saturday, June 8, 2019.
According to Apostle Nyamekye, Ghana’s destiny is in the hands of the Church, therefore the need for Christians to possess the nation to correct the travesty of Christianity by being agents of transformation, salt and light to the world.
“Some of you are in the Banks, some are in the Schools, and some are in the Hospitals. God is doing all these so that, they who do not know Him may seek Him and perhaps find Him.
Allow yourself to be a true branch of Jesus Christ so wherever you are, know that you are representing the Truth. Truth has fallen in the street but it shouldn’t fall in the Church,” he said.
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