Prophetess Beatrice Naa Ayorkor Adjetey, Founder of Christ International Christian Centre (CICC), UK, told the Ghana News Agency that some Christians and non-Christians are gradually losing the true meaning of the remembrance of Jesus Christ’s death.
Prophetess Adjetey expressed worry that instead of showing love and meeting the needs of the vulnerable, people rather spent lots of money organizing parties and outings in addition to consuming large quantities of alcohol.
Such acts, she noted, often ended up in misunderstandings, unnecessary expenditure and even deaths.
“We are losing something great, let’s come back to God and show Christ’s love to all mankind, she added.
Prophetess Adjetey, who is also the Founder of Angel Smile Foundation, entreated the public to use the season to seek forgiveness from God and resolve to emulate the life of Jesus Christ.
To express her love to the less privileged, she presented sacks of rice, bottles of vegetable oil and cans of fish to 120 widows and caretakers of orphans at Tsopoli on Monday.
She said the gesture was to absorb some of the feeding challenges such persons faced especially during celebrations such persons faced especially during celebrations like Easter and Christmas.
Prophetess Adjetey stated that even though her foundation was catering for the educational expenses of 80 orphans in the community, she realized that there was the need to put a smile on their faces this Easter.
She advised the widows and the public against cursing people and their children at the least provocation as doing so could have dare consequences.
She said parents and elderly in societies must endeavour to be good examples to children through their talking and corrections.