Just days after the devastating incident about how gunmen burnt down his church, the head Pastor of Believers House Worship International, Rev. Abraham Lamptey is out and happily inviting the general public to join them in service tonight.
Rev. Lamptey in a live Facebook session with his wife (see video below), are seen full of joy as they invite the public to their evening service today at the church premise at Okpoi Gonno (warehouse laststop) on the Spintex Road in Accra.
In his submission, he said,
“they might have burnt the temple, but they didn’t burn our God & they didn’t burn our faith, they didn’t burn anything that makes us love God”
Mrs. Lamtey added that “nothing can separate us from the Love of God… not persecution or conspiracy… we are soldiers and we are for Christ and nothing will break us…”
Rev. Lamtey and his church were met with very unpleasant news on Monday, as Gun-wielding land-guards set their house of worship ablaze destroying musical instruments, chairs, electrical gadgets and equipment amounting to several thousands of cedis.
Mrs. Lamtey in the video also invited viewers to join them in service this evening, saying “come let us praise and worship God, for that is what they are preventing us from doing but we are going to do it the More!”
Rev. Lamptey used the opportunity to show appreciation to all the friends & loved ones for their calls and massive support, in cash and kind, to them in these trying times.
He also humorously added that the services is going to be as the times when no instruments and gadgets were needed, one he described as “takashi” with a lot of “gyama”
Indeed NOTHING can separate us from the Love of God and surely this is what the Bible meant in Psalm 34 – I will praise the Lord no matter what happens. I will constantly speak of his glories and grace.[a] 2 I will boast of all his kindness to me. Let all who are discouraged take heart. 3 Let us praise the Lord together and exalt his name.
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Join Rev. at Okpoi Gonno (warehouse laststop) on the Spintex Road in Accra at 5pm and be a blessing even as you go support the body of Christ.
By: Cwesi Ofori