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The Development Of The Country Must Be Our Priority Instead Of Money - Pastor To Colleagues

The Head Pastor of the Kumasi Breman branch of the Jesus Christ Gospel Power Ministry, Prophet Mark Ofori Gyimah has stressed the for his colleague pastors to prioritize the development of the country.


And allegedly avoid struggling for wealth to earn their living.


Prophet Mark Ofori Gyimah who is also known as Osofo Kaakyire observed that if the country develops, pastors would also have the opportunities to live comfortable without depending on anybody to make life.


Speaking to the Correspondent at Denanse-Pampatia a town along the Kumasi-Offinso road in the Ashanti Region to climax his three days revival program, Kaakyire said pastors need to be proactive to seek the welfare of the country.


The three days program which started from 23rd -25th November 2022 have the theme: 'Loose Him And Let Him Go' was quoted from the Book of Acts 12 vrs 3.


Prophet Mark Ofori Gyimah contended that the challenges that have been confronting the country can be reversed.


If pastors allegedly avoid wealth creation at this crucial moment and pray for the country for God's intervention.


As pastors Osofo Kaakyire reiterated, it is our mandate to first of all seek the welfare and development of the country before anything else.


Adding that it was against this background that God made it as a mandatory clause to pastors that wherever He (God) sends them (pastors) they should first seek the welfare of the nation before anything else.


Prophet Mark Ofori Gyimah noted that the only antidote that can heal the nation is prayers.


He said Ghana is allegedly in chains and pastors as the representatives of God can use prayers to bail the country out from its predicament to ensure its freedom.


And concluded that pastors will do a great disservice to the nation if they fail to intercede for the country in prayers to attain its freedom.

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