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Lawrence Tetteh Ministries: National prayer and healing rally set to begin on May 1

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A 31-day non-denominational national prayer rally has been started by the Worldwide Miracle Outreach and the Lawrence Tetteh Ministries.

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The prayer rally aims at seeking the face of God to curb the rising indiscipline and ills afflicting the nation.

The event will take place from, May 1, 2023 to, May 31, 2023 at Miracle Center, Christian Village in Accra at 6am to 8am daily.

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The month-long programme aims to bring together religious leaders and worshippers to pray to address every evil agenda designed to undermine the economic and socio-political development of the nation and the well-being of Ghanaians as a whole.

Addressing the media in Accra, the President of Worldwide Miracle Outreach (WMO) and the Lawrence Tetteh Ministries (LTM), Reverend Dr Lawrence Tetteh reiterated that Ghana had been overwhelmed with challenges that undermine socio-economic progress and development.

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He said for Ghana to succeed, wrong must be seen as wrong and not politicized. He said corruption must not be condoned at any level within the society.

He called for the protection of water bodies from the harmful effects of galamsey and urged Ghanaians to strive to create a better environment for the next generation.

Reverend Dr Lawrence Tetteh mentioned that the approach must be resolute and purposeful as the nation cry unto the Lord to lead the country out of its current economic woes.

Dr Lawrence Tetteh in his speech said “as a nation we need we need the hand of God like never before”.

He called on political leaders to seek the face of God by joining hands with the church to pray for divine intervention. He said, a country without a spiritual voice is doomed.

He called for a change in the mindset of people.

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He said the NDC and NPP have not helped to promote the national agenda while attitudes of Ghanaians towards building the nation has been based on selfish desires and wrong motives. For that matter “this nonsense must stop” he added.

He urged politicians to be very circumspect in verbal attacks on the church and the religious leadership as a whole stemming from the misdeeds of some errant members of the Religious community.

Reverend Dr Lawrence Tetteh appealed to media houses to dedicate a lot more airtime in discussing issues pertaining to moral and ethical development of people with emphasis on the youth who are the future leaders of the country.

He called on the need to educate, encourage and empower the youth positively with Godly values and civic responsibilities for a better Ghana.

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He called on Ghanaian to continue to pray for the nation and our leaders to be humbled and prayerful as the word of God admonishes.

The non-denominational prayer festival is on the theme: “This nonsense must stop”. The event will take place from, May 1, to May 31, 2023 at Miracle Center, Christian Village in Accra at 6am to 8am daily.


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