Economic hardship signs of spiritual disorder – Prof. Agbozo

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The Reverend Professor Immanuel A. Agbozo, Leader of the Ghana

Evangelical Society, said the country's economic hardship is the

manifestation of spiritual disorder on the part of political and

religious leaders. "There is no direction in the governance of the

country's policy, and the nation rely on international assistance to

balance its payment of deficit and these donors in turn dictates to us

on what they see as best policies for our development. "The country

lack moral courage to bring change and we need God's wisdom and

direction to lead the country to righteousness," Prof Agbozo said this

at the beginning of a three day festival of celebration of divine love

in Accra, under the theme "Behold I Make All Things New". Prof. Agbozo

said it behooves on the leadership of the country to submit totally to

the will of God to open doors of success in all their endeavors

because the word of God says "Jesus has come to open doors for us and

set captives free". He stressed that, in these seemingly difficult

times of the country's economy; "God has assured us of His presence

and that all must stand by the truth and embrace God to take control

of situations". He said the country was in a state of anguish because

there is political, social, psychological, and economic crisis;

stressing "that no nation can develop without the power of God because

God controls the affairs of all". Prof Agbozo said "most political and

religious leaders acknowledge Jesus Christ as the King of Peace,

pretending to be attending churches and mosque and in turn worship

other spiritual gods to the detriment of God's commandments". He urged

all to continue to thank God for the mercies bestowed on the nation

and the gift of life and pray for direction for the country to come

out of the economic crisis it is facing. The festival is devoted to

the celebration of God, His love, Mercies and goodness for man and

creation, nations and peoples of Ghana. The festival organized by the

Ghana Evangelical Society also serve as a time of national

acknowledgement, thanksgiving, honour and glory in worship, praise and

prayer unto God for the salvation and redemption of souls in the



Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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