Christians advised to be mindful of death and eternal life

A member of the National Executive Council of Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC), Bishop Charles Agyinasare has advised Christians to work on their salvation by praying regularly and reading their bibles.

He admonished that this is necessary so that when they die they could join Jesus Christ and enjoy eternal life.

Death is Inevitable

Bishop Agyinasare, in a sermon, reminded Christians that death was inevitable, but they must be sure they have accepted Jesus Christ before they die.

“Death is inevitable and we will all die in different ways. Do you know God? Put your faith in God so that when you die, you can join Christ Jesus,” he said.

He further noted that, God would remember and protect His children. However, God’s children must be conscious of their salvation. He therefore urged Ghanaians, especially Christians to be sure they have a right relationship with God to the extent that even if they died from Corona virus, they will enjoy eternal life.

This, he said should be something they must be thinking about in this period of the pandemic so they could look for God in case they fall prey to the disease.

“When you drink any water, you will be thirsty but when you drink water of Christ Jesus, you won’t be thirsty again,” he noted.

The Clergyman advised Christians who reside within areas affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to comply with the directives of the President and health officials as a way to fight against the pandemic because their lives are worth silver and gold.

Quoting from 1 Corinthians 14: 33“For God is not the author of confusion but of peace, as in all the churches of the saints,” therefore “if you are a child of God, you must observe the directives of the President”.

Comply with the directives

 He encouraged Christians to observe the precautionary measures, they should stay at home and pray since God would answer the prayers of His Children.

He also cautioned Christians to protect themselves by washing their hands frequently, avoiding touching their face, and ensure social distancing (1 meter or 3 feet) with people.

The bishop stressed that they should put their trust in God because He would remember His children and would not forsake them.

Bishop Agyinasare who is the General Overseer of Perez Chapel International indicated that, the devil is threatening the children of God with this CoVid -19 pandemic but God will remember His Children.

 “God brought a body of believers to make sure you are safe because, your life is more important to Him”, he stressed.

Commenting on the pandemic, he mentioned that, “we are in difficult times as a country but God will intervene in this situation no matter how difficult we see it.”

Adding that, if only they will take away doubt they could enjoy the blessings of God in this difficult times.


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