Presbyterian Church prays for Ghana

The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, the Rt. Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey, has led intercessional prayers for the nation.

The Church prayed for God’s guidance and wisdom for the authorities to enable them run the nation efficiently and also for the economic stability of the country.

The prayer session, which was held on Wednesday at the Prayer Memorial Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, was part of the six-day working visit of the Moderator to the Asante Presbytery.

Rev Prof Martey said as a church it was important to complement government’s efforts at nation building and the only way it could do this was by praying to God to effect positive change in those in affairs of the country all sectors.

The Moderator also called on Christians to pray fervently to uproot corruption from the country.

He said with the level of corruption in the country now, intensive prayers needed to be said in addition to the numerous verbal and written attacks on the canker.

The Moderator appealed to Christians to always pray against negative forces, ideas and policies that work against the nation’s progress.

Source: GNA