Ministry ends three-day revival with prayers for nation
Akim Oda (E/R), June, 12, GNA - It would be difficult for the country to have decent livelihood to help enhance the people's living conditions without the truth.
Rev. Daniel Tamakloe Doe, Founder and Leader of the New Jerusalem Healing Ministry with headquarters at Dunkwa-On-Offin in the Central Region was closing a three-day revival on the theme: 'There is no restraint for the Lord to save', (Samuel 14:6c), at Akim Oda in the Birim Central Municipality.
The revival, which was organised by the Ministry was used to offer intercessory prayers for the President, Ministers of State, the nation and the sick.
It was aimed at winning more souls for Christ, while visiting small towns in the area to propagate the word of God and to seek the Kingdom of God.
At Akim Gyadam, a community near Akim Oda, Rev. Doe asked for God's guidance for the pursuit of policies that would lead to the growth and development of the country.
He called on high priests in the country to pray unceasingly for the leaders in the government and also urged those appointed to high positions, to go on their knees, to enable the Almighty God to shower blessings on the country.
'Those appointed into responsible positions, need peace to enable them focus their attention on the progress and development of the country', he said.
At Akim Aboabo, he asked Christians to commit themselves to national development without any blemish, and that; 'you should also be law-abiding in order to leave in peace and harmony with yourselves'.
Rev. Doe admonished civil society, religious groups and other benevolent organizations to exercise their civic responsibilities and help in nation building.
He suggested that the youth should be given moral training that will imbue them with the right values that will teach them 'the fear of the Lord', in order to distinguish between good and bad.
The Leader of the Ministry also used the occasion to advise elders who misbehave to endeavour to set good examples for the youth to emulate.