Religion of Wednesday, 15 January 2014
Source: Graphic Online
The first edition of the monthly intercessory prayers for Ghana under the auspices of Aglow International comes off on Saturday, January 18, 2014, at 7 a.m. at the Black Star Square, Accra.
A statement issued by the group said the programme, which was dubbed, “Re-dedicating Ghana unto God”, would be used first of all to thank God for Ghana’s peaceful transition into 2014 since it was neither by our might nor power but by His Spirit.
“So as Ghanaians, we ought to say “not unto us but unto You be all glory, honour and adoration.”
The programme is on the theme, “The Lord has been mindful of Ghana so He will bless us”, Psalm 115:12.
The statement stressed the need to rededicate Ghana to God and ask Him for His involvement and direction in the governance of our motherland for a bright and secure future.
It urged Ghanaians to participate fully either in person or via GTV at 10 a.m. The attire would be white.
Similar prayer sessions would be held at the Jubilee Parks in Kumasi, Sunyani, Takoradi, Tamale, Bolga and Wa. Cape Coast: Wesley Hall, Koforidua: Jackson Park and Ho: RTC Park.