Nsawam Wesley Methodist Host Annual Rededication Service
National Union of Methodist Singing Bands, Koforidua Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana has climaxed Annual Rededication Service at Nsawam
National Union of Methodist Singing Bands, Koforidua Diocese of the Methodist Church Ghana has climaxed its Annual Rededication Service.
The event came off over the weekend at Wesley Methodist Church, Nsawam in the eastern region.
Delivering the sermon under the theme Discipleship: Teaching Everyone to live like Christ, (Colossians 1:28-29), the Speaker Very Rev. Banasco Asiamah, (Superintendent Minister, of the Nsawam Circuit, said to live as Christ requires Spiritually sanctification process, a step to begin God's eternal purpose for each believer. It is a process that is completed when a Christian is able to stand face to face before the Lord God.
The Superintendent Minister urged the Singing Band to demonstrate apostle Paul's legacy, his life, and the manner he taught others to live Christ's life.
Very Reverend Asiamah charged the National Union of Methodist Singing Band to display before a watching world, that Christ's resides in them.
He emphasised, "do all that you can as a union to display that the Holy Spirit labours to bring every believer to that understanding because He brings new desires, new principles, new motives, and new goals to our lives."
According to him, Jesus energized his life with a powerful new spiritual life. This is what people are searching for in our days.
Adding that His living presence in your life leads and fills your life with Himself. Jesus Christ went to the cross and died for our sins, rose from the dead, ascended to heaven, and now through His Spirit has taken up residence in us. He lives that we might live in him.
He finally emphasised that "when members of this evangelical ministry avail yourselves to Christ, your lives are changed and will demonstrate that Christ in you and shall never want to go back to the old life."
William Ofori Akwaboa/Eastern Regional Correspondent