Those who know their God in times of crisis will surely survive. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw drops another message to Ghanaians as far as the current crisis in the country and across the world is concern. Speaking live on Wontumi Television last night, Lawyer Maurice Ampaw advice Ghanaians to trust God in times of crisis and not to put their trust in the president because he is a human being.
According to Lawyer Maurice Ampaw, the current crisis is not only happening in Ghana but it is happening all over the world. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw added that, the prices of fuel will never down to the expectations of Ghanaians. Even if there will be reduction in fuel prices, it will only be something small. Lawyer Maurice Ampaw is of the view that, the rate at which things are going clearly shows that; those who know their living God will survive.
" We must trust in our God in times difficulties and he alone can help you. The president cannot do all and he is also a human being. When you believe in the Almighty God, you will surely survive in all difficulties. Depend on God and not the president". - Lawyer Ampaw stated.
Lawyer Ampaw further provided Bible quotations to prove his trust for God in times of crisis and not to depend on human being.
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