Religion of Tuesday, 15 April 2014


Aglow prays for nation at Easter

The Easter edition of the monthly intercessory prayers for Ghana comes off on Holy Saturday, March 19, 2014 at the Black Star Square, Accra at 7 a.m. prompt.

A statement issued by the group said to maintain the peace and stability of the nation, there was the need to intensify prayers against any form of internal and external aggression that would lead to acts of destabilisation, adding that there was the need to protect the country’s democracy.

The progamme, dubbed, “Grace for Grace”, is on the theme, “God, strengthen the bars of Ghana’s gates and bless us”. Psalm 147:13.

The statement invited the public to join thousands of intercessors to appropriate the blood of Jesus to speak better things for Ghana and silence every voice speaking against families, either in person or via GTV at 10 a.m. Attire is white.

“Similar prayer sessions will 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. Be Aglow for Jesus,” it said.