General Overseer of The Maker’s House Chapel International, Dr. Michael Boadi Nyamekye is urging Christians and Ghanaians in general, to be circumspect about people they enter into partnerships with, in various aspects of their lives.
According to Dr. Boadi Nyamekye, forming strategic and examined partnerships is key in leading one to the path of progress and prosperity in life.
Leading his congregation with prayer and exhortation at the dawn of the new year themed ‘Possibilities 2022’, Dr. Nyamekye premised his preaching on the story of two blind men in Matthew 20:30. They had cried unto Jesus to have mercy on them and heal them of their blindness.
“Although their eyes could not see…they were not moving because they couldn’t see; they were moving because they could hear,” he said.
The preacher stated that because the two men knew their predicament, they needed to form a partnership that eventually led them to one who had the ability to cure them of their illness.
This determination he indicated, ought to be replicated in forming partnerships in current settings be they business or social.
Over 10,000 congregants converged at the church’s premises adjacent to the School of Nuclear and Allied Sciences, Atomic, in the Ga East Municipality of Accra, for a night of prayer, praise and impartation.
Dr. Nyamekye further challenged the congregants to “step out in faith in 2022 and know that even as you move may God back it up with signs and wonders following.”
“Sometimes you might not do much but the mystery of grace is that when you do little God makes it much.”
He charged them not to shy from proclaiming the works of God through social media platforms stressing, this is the time for people tell the world about the goodness of God in their lives.
“Let your life in public be the same life in private…because you can’t love without showing your love for him. Don’t love him without talking about him. In 2022, let the world know that you have found the love of your life, and let that love of your life be Jesus.”