Bring the wiped out, not too sharp – Agyinasare dispatches Festival of Miracles

Written by on January 3, 2018

Cleric Charles Agyinasare recollects the year 1983. He was in an area hungry for nourishment as he was ravenous for God – the North.

His geological area coordinated his profound state – dry and eager for the energy of God. A boyish-looking ‘broomstick’ after a standard fasting and petitions.

This was the place he started his congregation. The Brother Charles service. It started under the lacking insurance of a tree however under the assurance of God.

It was God who let him know, ‘My kid Charles, I send you as I sent Moses’ to work supernatural occurrences and bring the message of salvation and flexibility to all individuals including the wiped out, hard of hearing and unable to speak.

Time has demonstrated this private authorizing genuine. Also, for a long time Bishop Charles Agyinasare’s campaigns have been under the voyage control of the Holy Spirit.

He has seen God’s mending power working in 87 nations he has gone by, some of them, exceptionally unfancied domains for Christian evangelism – Ukraine, Bahrain.

Thus situated in a pleasant stay with columnists with jotters and cameras, the Presiding Bishop of the Perez Chapel tossed a solicitation to the wiped out, hard of hearing and unable to speak to go to the Independence Square.

On January 30 to February 2, 2018, there will be a celebration of wonders. Not one day, not two – but rather four days.

He propelled the Festival of Miracles as smoothly as a man who knows God has recovered his.

There was no searing expectations and candidly charged revelations to persuade his group of onlookers that he is up for the test.

In the circle of the extraordinary, the Bishop was exceptionally agreeable in an extremely awkward region for some.

Rev Tackie Yarboi conversed with us about his association with Charles Agyinasare. They go path back. He has been with him on a few campaigns and he chose three occurrences – in Koforidua, Sierra Leone and another nation.

A dead body of a lady who had tumbled from a building was hurled up through the group and unto the stage where the minister was serving.

Tackie Yarboi said Charles petitioned God for the lady, held her hand and said for the sake of Jesus get up. The lady inhaled profoundly and sat up.

The rest is history. The campaign ground burst into a hullabaloo.

In Freetown, Sierra Leone, at an enormous stadium blasting its creases, Bishop Charles Agyinasare told the group, there was a lady with skin like snake scales.

When it was the ideal opportunity for petition, this lady showed up extensively secured to conceal her reptile-like tissue.

Rev. Tackie Yarboi uncovered his own particular feelings of dread of humiliation if the desire of recuperating was unfulfilled.

‘Gracious God, don’t fall flat us’, the minister looked into the sky chasing for God.

The lady’s skin changed into the new magnificence of ordinariness – stun, stunningness undulated through the group.

There have been excessively numerous of these stunning encounters for Charles and amid the dispatch, he never talked about any of them.

It was his companions – understood righteous men who recounted stories of supernatural occurrences they have been honored to witness firsthand from their cozy association with Bishop Charles Agyinassare.

The solidarity of ministers in supporting their companion was lovely – even uncommon. How gracious excellent it is when brethren stay together in solidarity. For there is Lord orders a gift, even life forevermore.

From CEM Steven Mensah, Ampiah Kofi, Rev. Dr. Stephen Wengam, Bishop SN Mensah and Pastor Anthony Cudjoe who posted Brother Charles notices back in the days in the Northern area.

Steven Mensah affirmed the blessedness of Bishop Charles Agyinasare service after he went through five days with his congregation, CEM.

There was a flood of wonders, healings and deliverance, he said and out of extraordinary love for the Bishop, the congregation gave him a noteworthy advertising.

Charles Agyinasare in his more youthful years was given the cash in his lodging room and Rev. Steve Mensah recollected that he took the cash and began sharing it to his group to outline blurbs, procure seats, manufacture a stage for a campaign in some overlooked piece of the nation.

Rev. Steven Mensah recollected that he was truly angry with how cash intended to make the minister somewhat agreeable was quickly being re-put into a vitality sapping endeavor of a campaign.

We snickered.

This was years prior. Diocesan Charles Agyinasare has not lost his enthusiasm for campaigns similarly as he has not lost his to a great degree boyish look.

He wore a white cleaned cotton with a weaving of gold outlines that split through the center from chest to knee.

His constitution and face resemble a protected young person in a body of a 55-year old.

Maybe God’s wonder has safeguarded his body as well. He who offers aromas, shouldn’t smell dreadful, would it be advisable for him to?

Today, Bishop Agyinasare has a congregation which seats 14,000 gatherers – the biggest in Ghana. Just 35 years back, he directed a congregation under a tree.

Be that as it may, his new cooled condition has not molded his enthusiasm for evangelism and campaigns.

What’s more, for four days, he is backpedaling to the outdoors of the Independence Square for his most loved work.

The ‘broomstick’ is God stick for supernatural occurrences and not post-current doubt and refinement will splash God’s want to continue as before wonder working Supremo.


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