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Pastors Will Receive The Greatest Judgement
Posted on: Saturday, March 18, 2017

Pastors will receive the greatest judgement before God on Judgement Day, Reverend Jonas Cosmos Kwami Kumah Tengey, the Greater Accra Regional Pastor of the Great Commission Church International (GCCI), has cautioned.

He explained that God had placed Pastors and Presiding Elders on this earth to represent him, as well as to take care of his Church; and so they must set good examples for the flock to emulate.

He said any pastor, who stole God's money, would end up breeding the thieving spirit in the congregation.

Rev Tengey made these remarks on Sunday, in Tema, during the induction of the Tema District Board of the GCCI.
The new District Board, with a two year tenure is under the Chairmanship of the GCCI Tema District Pastor, Rev Paul Morgan Adorsu.

Members include Presiding Elders: James Brikumah of Tema Main Assembly; Philip Boadi of Tema Newtown Assembly; Raphael Adzorze of Grace Temple; and Iddi Z. Yire of Maranatha Assembly.

The rest are Mama Theresa Boadi, Women Representative; Mama Jesse Adanu, Child Evangelist; Felix Nyanyefe, Director for Evangelism and David Gati, Youth Representative.

Speaking on the topic "Have The Same Faith", Rev Tengey urged the Board Members to emulate Jesus shining example of leadership.

"Your behaviour or your conduct should resemble Christ," he added.

He also advised Christians to live by faith; declaring that "without faith it is impossible to please God".
He said Christians must use their time, energy and resources to serve God.

Rev Tengey cautioned Christians against combining their faith and idol worshipping.

Rev Adorsu advised the Board Members to allow the fear of God to rule in their hearts.

Source: GNA

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