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Religion of Sunday, 8 April 2018

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Work towards the prize of the high calling – CACI Chairman to Christians

Apostle Stephen Kwame Amoani, Chairman, Christ Apostolic Church International play videoApostle Stephen Kwame Amoani, Chairman, Christ Apostolic Church International

Apostle Dr. Stephen Kwame Amoani, Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International (CACI) has urged Christians not to be distracted but strive towards the goal of the high calling.

Speaking on the topic "Our high calling - 1 Peter 2: 21-25 ”, Apostle Amoani told congregation gathered that God uniquely called Christians individually and has a purpose for everyone.

“God calls each of us individually. I believe there is a purpose for your life and God is calling you to do something significant. You are unique and special. God has endowed you with gifts unique to you”.

He mentioned that it was important for Christians to withstand all the temptations that will evolve on the journey, to receive the prize of the calling.

“Be like Paul who said in 2 Timothy 4:7, that he fought a good fight, finished the race and kept the pace. Concentrate on your own race, intercede and possibly shout a word of encouragement to others but never be the stumbling block to another”, Apostle Amoani urged the congregants.

Apostle Amoani was addressing the CACI Kwashieman Area Easter Convention at the Kwashieman School Park on Thursday, March 29, 2018.

The 5-day power packed convention was themed “Pressing for the prize of the high calling” across the nation.

The area is covered by circuits - Awoshie, Sowutuom, Kwashieman, Ablekuma, Mallam, Manhea, Nsakina,A-Lang and Nsunfa.

Apostle Amoani said the Easter celebration was “a time to remember where God picked us from and the time to reflect on the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ which procured redemption for mankind.

“Without the crucifixion of Jesus Christ the foundation of our Christianity would have been baseless,” he added.

Apostle Amoani observed that the world was moving towards where, "the mighty were falling" and challenged Christians not to be counted among the fallen but stand out to be counted even in times of difficulties.



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