The Right Reverend Dr Daniel Yinkah-Sarfo, Anglican Bishop of Kumasi, has asked Ghanaians to remain confident in the future and trust God for His abundant grace.
He said: “although unknown paths lay before them, they need not to fear because the Heavenly Father would continue to guard and protect them with his loving care.”
Rt. Rev. Dr Yinkah-Sarfo was delivering the sermon at the Prayer Watch Temple Ministries International (Ghana) at a watch-night service to usher in the New Year on the theme: “Divine visitation”at Yaw Nkrumakrom in the Ejisu-Juaben Municipality.
He said Ghanaians have every reason to be thankful to God for his enormous mercies and blessings to them, their families, church, and the nation.
Rt. Rev. Dr Yinkah-Sarfo said: “There is no need to brood over past events – we must forget the past and forgive those who might have wittingly or otherwise wronged us and accept to work together for the common good of society.”
He asked Christians to invite God to their homes by showing sympathy, love and hospitality to the needy and the deprived and noted that through acts of generosity, “some people have entertained angels without knowing it.”
Rt. Rev. Dr Yinkah-Sarfo urged the congregation to pray ceaselessly for national unity and development and global peace. GNA