Apostle Paul Yaw Kyeremeh at the altar
3 March 2020

On Sunday the 23rd day of February, 2020, Apostle Paul Yaw Kyeremeh held a special divine service at the Techiman Central church in the Techiman Apostle Area, in which he blessed the marriage of Priest Ernest Yeboah (Teraa congregation) and Sister Ellen Agyeiwaa.

Seek For Yourself and Others

The text word for the service was taken from Philippians 2:4 “Look not every man on his own things, but every man also on the things of others”.

Apostle Paul Yaw Kyeremeh began by saying: “We thank the Almighty God for adding another day to the days given us, for we know not today but today was given to us by God.” God works at a given time, God knows what today will bring, and all that remains is for mankind to have trust and obedience in God.

He added: “Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever, we do not have a past nor future Christ, but rather we have Christ who lives forever”. The Apostle asked “Whom do you call on in times of joy, need and sorrow? We cannot forget Christ in whatever we do in our lives. He advised members to continue to have believe and trust in God always.

Apostle Kyeremeh concluded by saying: “Christ is entreating us not to search for things for ourselves only but also for our friends, family and neighbours.” Just as Jesus Christ out of the love and compassion He felt for others, went out of His way to feed, heal, strengthen and restore the broken spirits of many followers unbeknown to Him. Likewise we must endear our faith to the interest and wellbeing of others.

District Elder Ameyaw Samuel of Techiman South District assisted the service.

The Bible is Your Manual

In exhorting the couple, Apostle Kyeremeh quoted a text from Genesis 2:18, ‘And the Lord God said, it is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him’

He added that, marriage is biblical and it should be treated as such. He advised the couple to use their bibles as their user’s manual in their marital journey and all things will be perfect for them.