Religion of Saturday, 3 May 2014
Prophetess Mrs. Esther Bortsie of the Ebenezer Worship Ministry has urged workers to use the May Day celebration to show appreciation to God.
She said “for workers to go through the hustle and bustle for a whole year was not an easy task,” saying that, it was by the grace of God, and urged them to be grateful and submissive to God and always pray.
Prophetess Mrs. Bortsie gave the advice when she interacted with the Ghana News Agency at her church premises at Fetteh-Kakraba in the Central Region, on the eve of this year’s May Day celebration, an international day set aside for workers.
Prophetess Mrs. Bortsie said God’s gifts abound in many forms such as pastoral, evangelisation, prophesying and teaching and advised those who have been called to the faith to identify their calling rather than misleading people because of monetary gains.
She advised Ghanaians to search for religious leaders who would give them spiritual direction in their lives in order not to fall prey to the evil ones.