A member of the Broadcasting English Assembly of the Church of Pentecost in the Ga South District, Mr Israel Mawuli Migbodzi, has appealed to believers to repent from their wrongdoings.
He advised that they quickly resorted to righteous living as present situations in the world signalled a possible ending of the world soon.
Mr Migbodzi said this in Accra on Sunday when he delivered the sermon at the church.
“And saying, Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand, Matthew 3:2 (King James Version),” he quoted.
Mr Migbodzi stressed that Christians in recent times were conforming to and enjoying lots of things that were not of God.
“Whosoever is born of God doth not commit sin; for his seed remaineth in him; and he cannot sin because he is born of God, 1 John 3:9 (King James Version),” he quoted.
As such, Mr Migbodzi reminded Christians that the standards of God were still the same, for which reason there was the need for them to live morally principled lives at all times.
“Christianity is not easy but that does not mean we should be swayed from our beliefs and values. Let us repent and not go back to the former things,” he stated.
“Please be careful for we are not in normal times. Do not look at what others are doing and do same,” he added.
Mr Migbodzi again underscored the pressing need for Christians not to underrate the grace available to them and involve themselves in any “uncalled-for acts.”
He emphasised that Jesus Christ was the gospel who came to the world to save all, for which reason his crucifixion and death should not be taken for granted.
“Let us be aware that the secret sins and faults are the things that will take us to condemnation,” he added.
Mr Migbodzi cautioned that the devil did not care in believers being born again but swaying them to be on his side.
Moreso, he said believers had been bought at a price and should be circumspect in their ways and dealings in order to ensure that they brought consistent glory to God.
BY ABIGAIL ARTHUR