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Area Head of Church of Pentecost calls on Christians to address immoral acts

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Apostle Martin Seth Appiah, the Area Head of the Church of Pentecost in Madina, has urged the church to address the issue of immoral behavior among its members. He emphasized that Christians should live a life consistent with the teachings of Jesus Christ, their founder.

Apostle Appiah expressed his concerns about Christians engaging in immoral acts, saying that if Jesus died for their sins, then they should not continue to indulge in immoral acts. He added that Easter should be a period for Christians to reflect on the sacrifice of Jesus Christ, rather than a time for festivities.

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In an interview with the Ghana News Agency, Apostle Appiah advised Christians to shun immoral acts, especially during the Easter celebrations. He urged Christians to surrender their lives completely to Christ, the only one who can save them from the woes of life.

According to Apostle Appiah, Christians should take advantage of the Easter season to renew their relationship with Christ. He stressed that Christ is the only solution to the world’s problems, and if humanity wants to experience peace and stability, they must embrace Him.

Apostle Appiah also expressed his disappointment that some people who engage in immoral acts do so within the confines of the church. He called on the church to address this issue and put true Christians on a distinct footing.

In conclusion, Apostle Appiah called on Christians to use the occasion of the death and resurrection of Christ as a turning point in their lives and to live a life that glorifies Christ.

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