The General Overseer of Ossa-Madih Church Archbishop Ahassala-De-Amen IV has cautioned believers and the entire populace of the country to refrain from all activities that oppose the will of God as we approach the end time.

Speaking to Newsmen during a Program held by the church at Aboabo No 2, a suburb in the Dormaa Central Municipality dubbed Selam Offering with the Theme: I will not violate my covenant or alter the word that went forth from my lips, the General Overseer indicated that all indications show that the end of the world is near as described in the Bible hence we ought to refrain from all deception and ungodly activities that defer our connection with God.

He noted that satan has made all evil deeds look normal in the eyes of the people as indicated in the Bible and so very soon Men of God, Chiefs, and Queens will be compelled to worship satan and his kingdom stressing that most people see pastors without vehicle as valueless in the kingdom of God which he refuted.

He charged believers to stay firm and steadfast in this end time because things will be harder than we see today and so Christians and believers must build their trust and confidence in the Lord for the devil is using all avenues to entice Christians and believers.

On her part, the queen mother of Aboabo No 2 in the Dormaa Central Municipality where the program was held, Nana Bosoma Krawiri expressed appreciation to the leadership of Ossa-Madih Church for a successful program geared towards the transformation of the people within Aboabo and its surrounding communities.

She said it is important to inculcate the will of God in our children and the next generation to offer them a better living because life without Christ is full of unpleasant circumstances stressing that we must practice what the scripture says as believers rather than building just the listeners.

, Nana Bosoma Krawiri cautioned Ghanaians to abstain from activities that will jeopardize the peace we enjoy as a country as we head toward General elections. She said we must exercise our franchise without any form of intimidation and misunderstanding because not being in the same party as your college doesn’t call for conflict and confrontations.

Story By: Kwaku Mensah Abrampa (GIFTS FM – Dormaa Ahenkro)