National Cathedral: How Can I Progress Without Battling The Evil Forces? – Rev Kusi Boateng

The founder of the Power Chapel Church  Rev. Victor Kusi Boateng is welcomed into the church at 9:34 a.m., to thunderous applause from the audience. An expression of support for him places the secretary to The National Cathedral’s Board of Trustees in the domain of the spirit.

He is greeted by one of Diana Hamilton’s hit songs, “Yewoade no bio,” i.e. “God Do it Again.”
His sermon is preceded by a brief message from Prof. Otchere Addai Mensah, CEO of Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, who advises the Church not to criticize anyone on social media.

“The best way to show support for our Papa is to refrain from insulting or insinuating him on Facebook.
“The best kind of support is when you get down on your knees and remember Papa in your prayers,” Prof Addai Mensah told the Church, as the congregation applauded.

He also centered his advice on John 4:4, which sounded like encouraging words to Rev Kusi Boateng with the “Samarian” example.

When it was the besieged man of God’s turn to address the Church, he opened with what appeared to be a jab at his detractors. “You were all overjoyed when I was given an appointment; how can I walk up without fighting the demons?” Rev Kusi Boateng inquired of the already agitated congregation.

“The best kind of support is when you get down on your knees and remember Papa in your prayers,” Prof Addai Mensah told the Church, as the congregation applauded.
He also centered his advice on John 4:4, which sounded like encouraging words to Rev Kusi Boateng with the “Samarian” example.

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When it was the besieged man of God’s turn to address the Church, he opened with what appeared to be a jab at his detractors. “You were all overjoyed when I was given an appointment; how can I walk up without fighting the demons?” Rev Kusi Boateng inquired of the already agitated congregation.

He concluded his talk with a Cece Twum song, “Me Nyame Aye Awie,” which means “My God has finished the work.”

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