Read Matthew 22:1-14. It’s the parable of the Wedding Banquet. It’s a story about how God sent people to teach us and encourage us to follow His ways. Those that didn’t follow his ways were uninvited from the wedding banquet (aka. Salvation). And since those who were originally invited (Jewish people) didn’t follow his ways, the wedding was opened up to others (aka. Gentiles. e.g. you and me). [Read more…]
(Ghana News Agency) – Kumasi, Ghana
The Clergy have been urged to act together to expose charlatans, creating confusion through strange Bible teachings and doctrines.
It is important for all those professing to be Christians to mirror Christ-like lives and become good examples to the rest of society.
He said it was important for all those professing to be Christians to mirror Christ-like lives and become good examples to the rest of society.
They should uphold the values of integrity, humility, modesty and accept to live in total peace and harmony with all.
He was speaking at a three-day inter-denominational congress held at the Maranatha Evangelistic Ministries International Auditorium in Kumasi.
It was held under the theme “Crowning the King of Glory, Jesus Christ”, which brought together, leaders of the various churches and Christian societies.
Agbozo asked Christians to continue praying diligently for God’s direction and guidance in the battle against the anti-Christ and anti-Church forces in the house of God.
“The church is faced with a spiritual challenge, as there is growing attempt to disengage with Christ and replace the Ministry of the Holy Spirit with human power. Some are pursuing knowledge of human nature and natural disorder, instead of the will, way and knowledge of God.”
Originally posted on http://www.ghananewsagency.org/s_social/r_25785/
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