The President of Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Rev. Prof. Paul Frimpong-Manso has urged GPCC member churches and organisations to continue to preach the undiluted word of God to win more souls.
He said the members should continue to preach against the social ills and false doctrines which would bring the name of Christ into disrepute.
“The intention of Christ Jesus is that all should be saved and none should be lost therefore, GPCC members should continue to preach the gospel of Christ the Saviour, the healer and the coming King to win more souls,” he said.
In an interview with GPCC News Team, the President stressed that, members of the Council should contribute in devise ways to contribute to nation building physically and spiritually.
“We leaders and members of GPCC should be the light and salt of the nation,” he said.
Touching on the 2020 general elections, the President encouraged Ghanaians to be each other’s keeper to ensure a peaceful and successful election next year while cautioning the youth not to allow themselves to be used by politicians and dump them after election.
“Political parties should talk about their message for campaign and not to use the youth for their selfish interests. The youth should not allow themselves to be used by politicians and later dumb them after election,” the man of God advised.
Rev. Frimpong-Manso who is also the General Superintendent of Assemblies of God, Ghana urged the Electoral Commission (EC) to be circumspect as it works to give Ghanaians a credible election.
“The EC should be free and fair to give us credible elections and all of us should pray that God who has helped us to go through successful elections in previous years will give us a better election next year,” Rev. Frimpong-Manso stressed.
The reverend minister also admonished the EC to intensify public education on the electoral process in order to inform the public on what is expected of them before and during election.
He asked Ghanaians to comply and cooperate with the EC to organise a peaceful election to ensure that Ghana remains the beacon of democracy.
According to him, it is the duty of the churches and Christian leaders to use their pulpit to educate members and support the government despite their political affiliations for the well-being of the country, saying: “It is incumbent on the church not to be partisan but rather pray for the progress of the leaders God has chosen.”
SOURCE: GPCC NEWS