The celebration of Easter is to remember the death and the resurrection of Jesus Christ of Nazareth. But people are using the celebration of Easter to indulge in all forms of sin. Celebration of Easter offers an opportunity for people to examine themselves and reunite their relationship with God.
The founder and leader of The Lord's Parliament House Chapel International, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah boldly reveals what a man asked him to do after celebrating the Easter in Kwawu. According to Prophet Francis Amoako Atta, a man called him to pray for him because of he slept with 14 Women during Easter Celebration in Kwawu. Prophet Amoako Attah did not reveal the identity of the man. However, the man is ready repent and serve God.
" A man said he slept with 14 Women in Kwawu during the Easter festivity. But after listing to one of my messages, he is now asking me to pray for him. The man want to repent from such act". - Apostle Amoako Atta Stated.
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