Current events dictate that Christians ask themselves what is going on. JFK Mensah shares his convictions on whether the pandemic is a sign of the end times. If so, what should be the reaction of the Christian and of God's church?
As believers, we look forward to the day when we will be finally and completely taken away from the presence, power, and body of sin. JFK Mensah works us through the Christian doctrine of Glorification, and what its implications are for us.
In this hard-hitting yet timely message, JFK Mensah tackles the issue of corruption, bribery, and lack of integrity with no holds barred. With his customary scriptural support, loads of examples from his personal life and ministry, and a call for all Christians to rise up to the challenge of a totally honest life, Rev. Mensah ministers to a group of young people in Great Commission Church International (GCCI), and even makes time to answer a couple of questions.
This is another message for every single believer all over the world!
What do we mean when we say that God is a just God? In this message preached to the congregation of Legon Interdenominational Church (LIC), Rev. JFK Mensah explains the characteristics and nature of God's justice, as well as what our Christian response to these truths must be. He spends the final minutes of the message answering some of the most common questions many people raise when they consider the justice of God.
Consecration means wholly dedicating yourself to God. Now, more than ever, believers must be willing to pay the price to be fully given to God in order to live according to His will, pursue Christlikeness, be filled and led by the Holy Spirit, make disciples to finish the task of World Evangelism, and finish the call of God upon their lives. Rev. JFK Mensah expounds on each of these areas and calls for those who are ready to be set apart for the purposes of God.