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Promote national awareness on Good Friday, says Rev. Enoch Thompson

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One of the most important days on the Christian calendar, Good Friday, was remembered by Christians all around the world. The Day commemorates how Jesus Christ bore the burden of the world’s sins and was crucified and killed in order to make believers right with God for all eternity.

Rev. Enoch Thompson, the executive president of the Ghana Baptist Convention, has exhorted Christians to examine their life and turn from their sins in order for the crucifixion of Jesus Christ to have significance and benefit for them.

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Rev. Thompson urged national consciousness and the necessity for Ghanaians to consider how to make amends as a people in a message on Good Friday.

“As we commemorate Good Friday, the day that Jesus Christ was crucified, I send my wishes to all Ghanaians and wish you the best as we look back on the past and consider the future of our country. He said, “At this time, there is a need for national consciousness of where we have gone wrong and the things that we have done against our fellow people and God who created us and put us in this land. Jesus died to sacrifice his blood to wash us from sin.

Rev. Thompson underlined the need of finding peace with God, others at work, and family members.

I kindly advise everyone to take some time to consider how they have wronged their partners, kids, parents, countrymen, coworkers, seniors, or bosses, and to ask God for forgiveness. I wish you all the best on Good Friday and pray that God will forgive us collectively for the many things we have done against God and against humanity since the blood of Jesus is accessible to cleanse us from all unrighteousness, he continued.

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