Economic hardship sign of end time?

Economic hardship sign of end time?

Elder Markus Musa Dangana preaching

 The Treasurer of the West-Central African Division of the Sev­enth-Day Adventist(S.D.A) Church in Abidjan, Elder Markus Musa Dangana has encouraged the public to strengthen their relationship with God in order to with­stand the current economic challenges that the country is battling with.

He noted that the world had reached a certain point where the economic gurus could not fix the economy of the world because “the second coming of Jesus Christ is fast approaching.”

Elder Dangana made this statement at the end of his 10 days evangelistic campaign on the theme:”The King Is Coming “here last Saturday.

According to him, “the economy of the world is out of control and people should not look for a better economy but rather look for a better world that is not governed by man.”

“If you do not get it better here on earth, it will be bet­ter in heaven”, he said and noted that the hardship we were experiencing was a sign of the end time but not poor governance.

“It is the beginning we have started witnessing,so do not relax and look out for better economic times but get closer to God and order your footsteps rightly with God”, he added.

In a sermon, the Elder urged the congregation to let their character reflect the will of God and rebuild a firm relationship with Him for “we do not know when He will call us to rest.”

Elder Dangana further encouraged the public to be committed and faithful to the work of God and the work they do.

The President of the East Ghana Conference of the S.D.A, Dr. Pastor. Samuel Bonya Arloo noted that the evangelistic campaign was a collaboration between the East Ghana Conference and the New Life Church.

He said the purpose of the campaign was to remind the world about the second coming of Jesus Christ and appealed to the public to live a life worthy of a Christian.

The Head Pastor of the New Life Church, Pr. Osei Bonsu encouraged the mem­bers to increase their faith in the Lord and wait patiently for Him.

Elder Markus Musa Dan­gana later donated a fridge, TV, Air conditioner, industrial washing machine to manage­ment of a newly established modern clinic of the College.

The acting principal, Dr Cecilia Ofosua Odame received the items, and thanked the donor. The items cost Ghc25,000 and the Clinic was also established through the instrumentality of the Acting Principal, Dr Ofosua Odame.

From Spectator Reporter, Koforidua

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