The Founder of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare has reminded Christians that, God is compassionate and ready to deliver them from their woes.
He said, Christians should call on God when they are sick, and burdened with problems, adding that, because God is compassionate his miracles abound at all times.
Speaking at the Independence Square in Accra last Thursday, the renowned Man of God urged Christians to have faith and to also exercise it through hearing the word of God which would in turn increase their .
The programme dubbed: “Festival of Miracles”, began on Tuesday, 30 January with thousands in attendance to celebrate the Bishop’s 35 years anniversary in ministry with a four – day event launched early this year.
Gracing the occasion were prominent men and women of God including Rev. Emmanuel T. Barrigah, Bishop Samuel N. Mensah, Rev Steve Mensah, Dr Ampiah Kwofie, Bishop and Mrs. Titi Ofei, Bishop Tackie Yarboi, Bishop Yaw Adu and Bishop Addae Mensah.
In a sermon titled the ‘’ types of healing and how to receive your miracles’’, Bishop Agyinasare noted that, God has not changed, and that just as He demonstrated His power in miracles, healings, signs and wonders in times past, God would heal people who are afflicted with all forms of infirmity.
“When the devil gives you healing, you will pay with your life, but when God heals you, you are healed forever,” he said.
He pointed out that, unless man is spiritually healed he cannot rid himself of things like smoking, alcoholism and the rest, urging those that are bound by these vices to seek spiritual healing from God.
Narrating how he met God, Bishop Agyinasare disclosed that, “I started drinking and smoking marijuana at an early stage and my father did not like me for doing that. I always apologised to him that, I will not do that again and prayed to God for forgiveness every 31st night of December, but latest by 2nd January, I would go back to sin until I met God at the age of 18 “.
Festival of Miracles
Bishop Agyinasare who is a member of the National Executive Council (NEC) of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) prayed for, and touched several sick people who thronged the Independence Square for healing and miracles of all sorts.
Several people who were deaf and dumb had their hearing and speech restored.
Also, the lame received healing and could walk for the first time. A man, who had not been able to walk for the past three years without support, suddenly abandoned his stick and walked unaided for the first time.
While some who were healed were in tears for their miracle, others danced to the glorification of God.
Not taking glory for the miracles and healings, Bishop told those who were healed to give thanks and glory to God because, he made it possible.
“Whatever God has done for you, you must tell the world what God has done for you because, God loves to be appreciated,” he urged.