Letís Be Obedient To Godís Word - Justice Marful-Sau

Mr Justice Samuel Marful-Sau, Justice of the Court of Appeal, has advised Ghanaians, especially Christians, to be obedient to the Word of God, and continue to trust in Him.

Mr Justice Marful-Sau gave the advice when he addressed members of the Airport Chapter of the Full Gospel Business Mens’ Fellowship International (FGBMFI) at their monthly Banquet breakfast Meeting at the Auditorium of the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra at the weekend.

He further advised Christians to be very steadfast, devoted and committed to the Word of God.

‘We must be steadfast, and not allow the funny things and pleasures of the world take away our faith in God.’

The Appeal Court Judge who was the main speaker at the breakfast meeting, reminded Christians that God was real, and a prayer-answering God who worked in mysterious ways, and for that matter they should put all their trust in Him.

‘If we pray and remain steadfast in our prayers, God’s plan will begin to unfold in our lives, because He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.

Mr Justice Marful-Sau, who is a National Legal Adviser of the Fellowship, said since the Message of the Cross was life to Christians, they should continue to pray for those who did not know Jesus Christ, so that they could also experience His saving power and knowledge.

Mrs Elizabeth Sackey, Member of Parliament for Okai Koi North, in a short testimony, stressed the need for Christians to glorify God for manifold blessings on their lives.

Mr Kwaning Bosompem, President of the Airport Chapter of the Fellowship, said it was inaugurated at the Continental Hotel, now the Golden Tulip Hotel, in September 1985.

Mr Bosompem said, in the last 25 years, the Chapter had given birth to 11 other chapters, namely, Adabraka, Legon, Madina, Anloga, Gateway, and Tesano.

The rest, he said, are Suhum, Cantonments, Amasaman, Accra International and Ring Road.

The FGBMFI is the world’s largest Christian Business Men’s Organization, networking thousands of members in more than 160 countries, with over 7,000 Chapters.

In Ghana, the Fellowship can currently boast of more than 150 Chapters.

Members said special prayers at the breakfast meeting for peace and stability in the country.