Another great time in the presence of God is just enough to describe what a glorious service it was at Queens Hall Dining Hall. Before the ministration however, the music and drama committee led the church in a time of worship where every Tom, Dick and Harry present was lost and captured in glory not forgetting the editorial committee, whose ministration also set the pace for the ministration of the word of God.
The speaker for the evening, Mr. Dickson Amoah in his opening account led and admonished the church to pray for the love of God, adding that there is a confidence that we have in approaching God, because He hears us when we ask anything according to His will.
It was a prayer time and the focus was ‘’My God Shall Supply’’. Expounding on the topic, he gave the following scriptures Philippians 4:19 and Genesis 32:24-28 where He made this analogy that before God can supply your needs, it takes people to wrestle in prayer as Jacob did from the latter scripture He gave.
Moving on with the sermon he gave some reasons that can cause the Lord to supply:
- Prayer – This he said is not any prayer, but a great prayer of struggle at Peniel adding Acts 2 as further reference scripture.
- When we perfect holiness– Scripture reference given was 2 Corinthians 7:1.
- When we trust in God- Psalm 125 was also given for further reading.
- When we drop those little foxes- This he said was the little things that we ignore or consider trivial yet affect our spiritual walk with the Lord.
In the latter stages, bringing his ministration to an end he gave some reasons why God should supply:
- God has given us what it takes to get His daily supply. In 1 Corinthians 1:9, he said God is faithful thus that ability in us will enable us merit His supply.
- Cast your cares upon Him because He cares ( 1Peter 5:7 and Psalm 55:22)
- Someone’s life depends on you because we are His living epistles.
Mr. Dickson Amoah after his short exposition on the Topic ‘‘My God Shall Supply’’ then led the church in a time of prayer, which indeed was a great time in the presence of God where all and sundry present experienced the touch of God in a special way.
[Written by the Excerpt Crew of the Editorial Committee]