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27.03.2005 Regional News

Ghanaians urged to eschew impasses

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Winneba (C/R), March 27, GNA - The Head Pastor of the Saint Paul's Methodist Church at Winneba, Reverend Boateng Enninful on Sunday called on Ghanaians to bury their differences and walk in the newness of life created by God as they celebrate the Easter holidays.

He said, "if we have been united together in likeness of his death, certainly we also should be in likeness of his resurrection" Reverend Enninful added.

He said this at a special prayer service organized by the Church to round off a week-long prayer and fasting programme for this years Easter holidays.

He said Ghanaians should use the resurrection of Christ to rebuild their spiritual advancement and also have love for one another in their respective communities.

The Head Pastor said that a new life in Christ is a life for all walks of human race and all must endeavourer to lead a meaningful and prosperous life in other to receive the blessings of God.

Reverend Enninful reminded Christians not to allow economic difficulties to change their faith but rather be steadfast in Christ in other to inherit the Kingdom of God.

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