Stay focused on God to provide for you – Moderator
The World Evangelical Church Moderator, Rt. Rev. Prosper Samuel Dzomeku assured Ghanaians not to give up in the face of the rising cost of living but to stay focused on God to provide for them.
To this end, he called on every Ghanaian, regardless of religion, ethnicity or social status, to remain true to their individual works and God will reward their efforts with success.
The moderator was speaking at the triennial national gathering of the National Union of Church Choirs of the World Evangelical Church.
He spoke on the theme: “The chorister as a faithful steward, the Lord is your provider.
He said: “We are all facing many challenges now. No one should look to a human being, a church or anywhere else to find a solution to our problems. But I can assure you that if we all remain faithful to our duties, God will transform our individual and national statuses.
The Rt. Rev. Dzomeku commended the choir members for their immeasurable and valuable contributions to the growth of the church.
He said God is also aware of their individual challenges.
Before humans, people will laugh at you because they might think you’re wasting time. You don’t dress like other people dress and expose their bodies. But don’t worry, he is Jehovah Jireh, God our provider. It will definitely meet all your needs, he said.
The moderator called on them to refrain from immoral acts, hatred and infidelity in the payment of tithes.
He encouraged them to devote themselves instead and use their ministry to bring others to the saving knowledge of Christ.
Rev. Dr. Yohanes Ahiabu, Synod Clerk, who was the keynote speaker at the gathering, called on the members of the church choir to play their part in purity and holiness to attract the blessings of the Lord.
He also urged them to remain faithful and resolute in all their Christian life in general and in the singing life in particular in order to bring all to the saving knowledge of God and also receive the crown of glory at the end of time.
Mr. Ferdinand Abodakpi, the National President of the National Union of Church Choirs expressed his gratitude to the leadership of the Church and to all the members of the Union for re-electing them for a new term of four year.
Other national executives include Priest Samuel Kwadzo, Vice President, Mr. Richard Addo, Secretary, Mr. Gladstone Kwagbela, Assistant Secretary, Mr. William Dumenya, Financial Secretary, Mr. Ephraim Tsifodze, Treasurer, Mrs. Dzifa Adzorlolo, Mother, mad. Joyce Buamah, mother assistant, Mr. Isaac Tiase- organizational secretary, Mr. Gustav Dzisah, assistant. The Organizing Secretary, Mr. William Tamekloe, Choir Director, Mr. Shine Nuworti, Assistant Choir Director, Reverend Nelson Nyavor Bonsi, Coordinator and Priest Timothy Nortsu, Advisor.
The program was attended by high-level church figures including Mrs. Dieu Donnee Joyce Ahiabor, the female priest executive of the Church, Mrs. Fortune Dzomeku, wife of the Moderator, Mrs. Joyce Ahiabu, wife of the Synod Clerk , Rev. Eric Faakor Avah, Director of Church Life and Education, Reverend Mawuli Dzidula Agudogo and some Church pastors.