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Many seek God in fright of looming inferno

October 8, 2017 2:18 PM
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Many seek God in fright of looming inferno

Accra, Oct. 8, GNA – At least one soul was publicly won for Christ, while many others, who dreaded being consumed by the fast spreading inferno from the Atomic Junction gas explosions, resorted to ceaseless prayers at a farm, where they sought refuge. More than 100 persons, who fled the disaster from diverse directions, ended up in an intense prayer session at a farm beyond Nsamanpow mu, near M

Accra, Oct. 8, GNA – At least one soul was publicly won for Christ, while many others, who dreaded being consumed by the fast spreading inferno from the Atomic Junction gas explosions, resorted to ceaseless prayers at a farm, where they sought refuge.

More than 100 persons, who fled the disaster from diverse directions, ended up in an intense prayer session at a farm beyond Nsamanpow mu, near Madina, in the Greater Accra Region.

“We were Muslims and Christians; males and females; children and adults, who had run from all directions seeking divine help, and that’s what we ended up doing,” said Madam Martha Annan, as she shared her experience at a meeting after church service on Sunday.

“I never knew a place like that existed in the city; a large farmland with a lot of bushes,” she said.

“We all prayed passionately; and some broke down. We got soaked in the down pour; but we didn’t care, all we wanted was divine intervention to stay alive. This is like a preview of the End Times.”

Madam Annan, a Fire Officer, said when the alter call was made after nearly five hours of prayer, a young lady, who was scantily dressed in mini shorts and top surrendered to Christ, amidst cries of, “I am naked; I am naked”.

The Fire officer, who was returning home to Comet Estates, from the Rawlings Circle at Madina, said she had had to abandon her vehicle, in a place she could not recollect and ran for dear life, like others in the vicinity.

The disaster became the talking point at both formal and informal meetings across the city, with many blaming man for willful disobedience, which leads to disasters, while others praised God for a timely down pour that helped to douse the inferno, whose control appeared to be beyond human capacity.

Source: ghananewsagency.org

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