Christians were invited to spend quiet moments with God, to listen and hear God speak to them.
The Most Reverend Dennis Debukari Tong, Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Tamale, who launched the appeal, said hearing God’s voice requires silence in his presence, saying Christians must learn to spend quiet time with God .
He said quiet times with God were needed because the world was going through a challenging and challenging time, where everyone always seemed busy, adding, “The noise around us keeps us from hearing God and responding to his call”.
He said this in Tamale while delivering the sermon on the theme: “The election of the people of God (Abraham) The God who calls and who appoints”.
The Very Reverend Tong said that making time for God brings man closer to God and strengthens their relationship with him, allowing man to strengthen his relationship with God.
He noted that having a quiet moment with God might force a person to listen to God and distance themselves from family and loved ones.
He said, “When God calls, He also separates himself and so Abraham, as he was called at that time, was called to separate himself from his family and go in a direction he does not know. “
He said Abraham’s act was a call to obedience and belief in God, which should be replicated by Christians today.
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