Accra, July 10, GNA – Prophet Prince Frimpong,
the Charismatic Head and Leader of the Kingdom Praise Ministries, USA, has
urged Christians not to allow limitations to sway them from achieving their
He said there were limits that were placed on the societal and physical world that could possibly drag the journey and upset dreams and aspirations.
Prophet Frimpong was speaking at the end of a four-day 2018 Abundant Life Conference of the Harvest Chapel International on the theme: “Moving on the next level” at its premises at Tehillah, Tesano in Accra.
He said it did not matter where one was born or his or her background in life, saying “God can elevate us to break through to become who God wants us to be.”
Prophet Frimpong advised Christians to think bigger than who they were in the course of their chosen career aspirations as the bible stated “as a man thinketh in his heart, so is he.” and encouraged them not to be content with where they were, but rather believe in themselves for bigger things.
“One of the things that place limits on us is the fact that as times we expect too much from people and if they turn us down, our whole world comes crushing,” he said, adding that we should take our destiny into our own hands and fight for our own future.”
Prophet Frimpong said: “Most of us cannot hit our destinations because of the excess baggage we carry with us which we need to drop as Christians citing long-held grievances, offences and anger.”
Reverend Fitzgerald Odonkor, the General Overseer of the Harvest Chapel International admonished Ghanaians to edify themselves with the word of God in order to be catapulted into another level in life.
“This is the year of total transformation and there is going to be a shift that will move people to the next level in life,” he said.
Bishop Clive Mould of the Action Chapel International, speaking on a sub-topic “Drop It”, said the blessing of most Christians delayed because of a pent-up offences which had been harboured for years and urged them to drop it.
He urged Christians to look ahead and not let the happenings of the past hold them back because what is ahead is far greater. “When you take vengeance in your hands, God has no business in the matter any longer,” he said.
Reverend Dr Michael Boadi-Nyamekye said life would not give Christians what they deserved, but what they fought for.
He said: “The more matured we are as Christians, the less dependent we are on people,” adding that because of the immaturity of Christians, pastoring has become difficult because you now manage the emotions of people.”