Chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye has said he has confidence in the power of God to heal and deliver all COVID-19 patients taken to the Pentecost Convention Centre for isolation.
Apostle Nyamekye disclosed that during the 2020 Minister’s and Wives Conference, God revealed COVID-19 to a prophet of the Church but they couldn’t find the right interpretation of the prophecy until they gave the Pentecost Convention Centre as an isolation Centre.
According to him, as ambulances started moving affected COVID-19 patients to the Convention Centre, it was then the Church received meaning to the prophecy given.
By virtue of the healing that was manifested in the prophecy, Apostle Eric Nyamekye indicated that the over 150 persons currently at the centre and every other individual who will be housed at the centre will be healed.
“For us, we saw it but let me say that God can decide not to reveal anything to any man because he’s sovereign, those things he has graciously revealed to us the bible says it’s for our benefit but he can decide to hide his face and not reveal anything to any man, that one we must understand it.
“But for the church of Pentecost, the very night that they started taking people to the PCC isolation centre, then we were able to connect because one of our pastors gave a revelation at the pastors and wives conference that he saw three ambulances coming into PCC and there were dead bodies in the ambulances, the news broke that people are dying all over and those at the Pentecost hospital are dying and we had to rush as executive council members, go to the alpha hospital to pray for the dead and any bed that we touched the person came back to life and so God spoke to us that something like this was going to happen but we never thought that we were going to give the very PCC as an isolation centre and when the ambulances were moving in there then we connected it to that revelation and so we are expecting healing and deliverance for those who have gone to the PCC so He spoke to us. We may not have gotten the interpretation right but now we know he told us what was going to happen,” he said in an interview on Citi TV.
As part of efforts to spread the word of God even in the midst of the pandemic, in tandem with the Church’s goal of possessing the nations, the Pentecost Chairman visited the centre to “give hope to them [COVID-19 patients] and let them know they are not the worst of people and share the word of God.
On Monday, May 4, 2020, Centre Manager of PCC, Apostle Samuel Nana Yaw Agyei with a team of Pastors led a devotional prayer this morning at the PCC COVID-19 isolation centre for the patients.
He exhorted the patients on the theme: Jesus Christ, the builder of lives (Psalm 127). He assured the patients that Jesus Christ, the builder of lives is more than able to build and restore lives that are deprived of good health. He added that Jesus healed all ailments in the Bible that had no cure or vaccines so they should be assured of 100% recovery rate so long as they are at PCC, a city of refuge for healing and restoration.
Special prayers were also said for all the paramedics, police officers, soldiers and all workers at the Centre.
The Church of Pentecost gave its multi-purpose Convention Centre located at Gomoa Fetteh in the Central Region as a COVID-19 isolation centre to help in the fight against the pandemic.
The PCC can house about 1,000 patients as well as 300 medical practitioners, according to the Chairman of the Church.
Many Ghanaians have applauded the move by the church, including President Akufo-Addo who during the Virtual May Day (Workers’ Day) Celebration on Friday, May 1, 2020, said, “The nation is profoundly grateful to The Church of Pentecost for the generous, Christian gesture of making available its multipurpose Convention Centre, at Gomoa Fetteh, as an isolation centre which can house over one thousand (1,000) persons and three hundred (300) medical staff.”