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Christians urged to follow Christ for salvation

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Reverend Father Joseph Sackey, Parish Priest of Holy Cross Parish, Tamale has called on Christians to follow Jesus Christ for salvation and overcome the power of darkness in their lives.

He said Christians should follow Christ as the light, who was a symbol of salvation, spiritual growth and discernment.

Fr Sackey, who made the appeal during the church service in Tamale, urged Christians to walk in the shadow of Almighty God for his protection.

He said that when the power of God reigned over them, the enemy could not penetrate and would make them victorious.

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