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Afflictions are the pathway to destiny – Pastor Saed

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Pastor Paul Sam Saed, Resident Pastor of Calvary Charismatic Church Seekers Chapel, Asokwa Kumasi, has said Christians are imbued with great things but the world has found a way of buying and compromising their destinies.

“Christian’s refusal to make proper and good choices is making them stagnant,” he said.

Pastor Saed made the remarks when he spoke on the theme: “Destiny Strategic Repositioning” at the second anniversary thanksgiving service of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC) in Accra.

He said Christians are the carriers of their own destinies to determine things that matter and those that do not matter in their lives.

“Destined Christians carry the cross of strategic relocation and that, any trials, pains and afflictions that befalls Christians, there shall always be greater endings …because God has a hand in the afflictions Christians go through.”

He said success and relevance are not the products of hard work and learning but it was based on how a good Christian would be able to endure afflictions and choose their feet to be delivered from the net.

Pastor Saed said sin is pleasurable and so Christians need to serve God with all diligence to be able to find fulfilment for their lives.

“When you stand in purpose, there is an insulation that can never destroy you,” he affirmed.

He said it does not matter where Christians are coming from, but rather the voice that matters in their choices of lives, breakthroughs and triumphs is what they need to give room to.

Mr Nat Johnson Duodoo,  Administrative Leader of the Church, said that started with four members, could now boost of about 170 congregation with a children’s Ministry of about 54 children.

Pastor Emmanuel Osei Bediako, Pastor in-charge of the temple said Christians need to be united in finding the agenda of Christ, thus propagating the gospel and it is the duty of the church to reach out to the public not only to seek souls, but the Lord they serve.

Source: GNA

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