KING of Grace Chapel Ghana, the Christmatic Bible believe church located at Asene in Akim Oda in the Eastern Region has called on the general public to keep having faith in God because he will continue to protect their lives and properties from the current challenges in midst of the global deadly coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic which has struck the country.
According to the Founder and Head Pastor of King of Grace Chapel Ghana, Reverred Frank Kwesi Nkansah, it is high time for Ghanaians to have confidence in God and give thank to him, because the God has done great things in "our lives by way of healing us and protecting our lives and properties from destruction during the COVID-19 pandemic."
He said as a man of God, it was imperative for Ghanaians to give thanks for the many miracles the Lord had and continues to bring and the hope he gives for the future in the midst of the global COVID-19 crisis.
Additionally, Revered Nkansah entreated Ghanaians to count their blessings so they could see the goodness of the Lord in the midst of the COVID-19 disease.
According to him, the year 2020 has been a remarkable one! And yet, the Lords protection, His providence, and His graciousness has been particularly pronounced as we found ourselves overwhelmed by the debilitating socio-economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He stated that although the pandemic has woke up in Ghana, fortunately the disease has not killed many people in Ghana as it has killed billions of citizens in the international community, saying that Ghanaians must give thanks to God through various churches to show appreciation of what He done to us.
"Although the COVID pandemic came to Ghana we are lucking by the grace of God that it has not entered into many houses in the country to destroy our lives and properties.
And the disease has come to stay with us in Ghana," he stated.
Reverend Nkansah asserted that in the beginning of this year, there are lots of disasters which had compounded with deaths, starving and economic crisis, saying that "God so good to us, you and l are still living and kicking."
"But the ladies and gentlemen in the Christ, do you believe as you are hearing these messages from me today, you and l are continue to live as a human beings and that fortunately no disaster has struck us dead.
"Your children and families and also my children and families are also continue to be living. So those of us who are continuously living as a human beings, it means that we should do something to show appreciation to almighty God for the protection of our lives and properties," the man of God suggested.
Reverend Nkansah made these known in an interview with Soireenews.com to announce his preparation to organize this year's annual harvest and thanksgiving of the church
According to the Founder and Head Pastor of King of Grace Chapel Ghana, the church has set aside November 20, 2022 to hold its annual harvest and thanksgiving.
He maintained that the church would use the upcoming occasion to also solicit the fund to purchase the metal windows and gate for the project.
Themed;"BRING YOUR ALABASTER BOX OF OINTMENT (LUKE Chapter 7 ;37,39)," Reverend Nkansah appealed to all and sundry to endeavour to participate in the programme which was scheduled to take November 20, 2022 at the church premises near Akyem Asene Cemetery.