2022 CCG Sunday Celebration Service Takes Place in Tema


The 2022 Christian Council of Ghana Sunday Celebration Service has taking place at the Tema Joint Church in the Greater Accra region.

Delivering the sermon under the Theme "Set your heart on things above", The General Secretary of the Christian Christian Council of Ghana, Rev. Dr. Cyril G.K. Fayose admonished Christians to set their hearts and minds on the things of God and His church.

Taken his scripture reference from St.Luke's Gospel Chapter 12:13-20, Rev. Dr. Fayose urged Christians to take a clue from what happened to the rich foolish farmer who was only concerned about earthly things and pleasure. He said, the rich foolish famer had in abundance and thought it was time for him to enjoy life to the fullest forgotten completely that the source of his wealth was God.

He continued by saying that instead of the children of God running after riches and the pleasures of this life which are temporal, they should rather devote their time and efforts on things that will promote the kingdom of God, and love their neighbours as Christ loved the world and gave His life for, adding that a man's life does not consist in the abundance of the things he possesses.

Source: CCG - Tuesday August 2, 2022




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