Sunday, January 11, 2009
Ghana’s new president returns to Synagogue
The Ghanian new President, Professor John Attah-Mills has assured his people of judicious use of the country’s resources to develop the country, promising that, “the wealth and resources of Ghana, both natural and human will be used to build and develop Ghana’s economy.”
The President, who made the declaration yesterday at the Synagogue Church, Ikotun Lagos informed that his visit to the church was to seek spiritual guidance for the presidential duties put squarely on his shoulders by the Almighty God through the good people of Ghana, asserting that, “the prayer to succeed is not for me alone but for mother Ghana and the generality of the people of Ghana.
“I am not a stranger in Nigeria. I have known the man of God Prophet T. B. Joshua for over 10 years. He and all members of his church had been praying for us before, during and after the election,” Attah-Mills disclosed, adding that his presence at his church was to seek for further prayers for, “peace, growth, progress and stability of mother Ghana.”
While admitting that, “as human being, the body is weak,” and prone to mistakes, the newly inaugurated President however assured that, “the soul is willing and ready,” saying Prophet Joshua should keep on asking questions whenever he observed anything because, according to him, only God is perfect.
Going down the memory lane, the Ghanian President disclosed the Joshua had predicted his victory ahead of the election, saying, but when he prophesized that the election would run to three balloting and that the results would finally be declared in January, 2009, “I was sceptical and kept that in my mind.”
“Now that his prophesy has come to pass, I have come back for more prayer to God to bless Ghana and strengthen me to be able to discharge my responsibilities to the satisfaction of my people,” he stated, praying God, “the all-knowing to give wisdom and big heart to play the role He has chosen for me.”
While soliciting his people’s support, the President said: “I am still the same John Attah-Mills. We are all the same people. Whatever happens, et us just give glory to God. And with what has happened in Ghana, many people will surely move closer to God,” he concluded.
While blessing him, Prophet Joshua invoked “the Spirit of Finisher to strengthen you to finished the job you have just started and all what you have promised.”