Fountain Gate Chapel has organised ‘Love Revolution 2018’ at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair in Accra to impact Christians spiritually.
The three –day programme themed “The Anointing” featured great men of God including Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah, Pastor Richard C. Whitcomb and Rev. Mrs Rosemond Anaba.
Called to Serve
Speaking on the topic “The Servant Anointing” on the third day, the Founder and Senior Pastor of Agape House New Testament Church, Pastor Whitcomb said every Christian is called to serve and has the anointing to serve.
According to him, “if God’s plan was simply to get you to heaven, then the moment you gave your life to Christ, he could have killed you and taken you to heaven where there is no more temptation, no chance to backslide, but immediately you prayed for salvation, it was just the beginning of God’s plan for you to serve under the anointing.”
Making reference to Luke 1: 68. He pointed out that, a lot of Christians get excited when they are rescued or saved from the devil, but they turn to forget the reason they were saved, adding that, they were saved to serve.
Rev Whitcomb stated that, God comes inside Christians so He could empower them to serve him without fear.
“No matter your background, tribe, educational background, level of your socio-economic, race or ethnic group, if you have the power of God and the anointed God inside you, you are empowered and equipped to serve,” he mentioned.
Pastor Whitcomb pointed out that, Christians are not using the anointing on them because of how they see themselves.
“The way you view your life will determine the way you do life,” he added.
The Man of God cautioned Christians to do what they are called to do since, they not doing what they were called to do, because they do not have God’s vision.
Therefore, he said, Christians should open their eyes with faith and do what God wants them to do since the natural does not see what the spiritual sees.
According to him, God sees Christians who have the power of God as well as the anointing in them as royals, miracle workers, worshippers, righteous and conquerors who have to go out and do exploits for God.
Declaring blessings upon their lives, he encouraged the congregation by saying that, their destiny is not determined by man, or by chance, or by their past, but it is determined by the invisible, immovable, unstoppable, unshakable servant of the anointed one who lives in them.
He noted that, the harvest of every Christian is not determined by what people see inside them, neither their educational background but the source inside them.
Christians should know who they are and the anointing they carry, Pastor Whitcomb mentioned, saying, some Christians do not value themselves and their significant because, the God that operate in them is invisible.
Hence, “Invisible does not mean insignificant, but the simple service Christians do to God makes Him open His significance,” he said.
SOURCE: GPCC NEWS