2017 Breaking Marital Spells slated for August 28


Accra, July 20, GNA – The Grace and Truth
Temple in Nungua-Accra has announced the 7th edition of the annual
marital summit dubbed: “Breaking Marital Spells,” in Accra on Thursday.

The programme, which is geared
towards educating, strengthening marital bonds, empowering the married and
the yet to be married through the Word of God is slated for Monday, August 28
to Sunday, September 3, at the Grace and Truth Temple – Nungua, behind the Danpong

A statement signed by Mr Ebenezer Bessey, the
Co-ordinator of Breaking Marital Spells and copied to the Ghana News Agency
said the theme for this year’s event would be: “Winning Marital Battles.”

It said: “There are many people who are
married but are not enjoying their marriages as God originally instituted. This
at times makes the yet to be married more scared because of what they see
others go through.”

The statement quoted Prophet Louis A.
Melchisedec, the Host of the programme, as saying: “The reasons why there are
many divorces in recent times is because Children of God lack and have refused
to deploy the keys, which will help their marriages to become successful.

“My people are destroyed for lack of
knowledge…Hosea 4:6,” it said.

The statement mentioned Prophet Melchisedec as
saying that “People are using their own knowledge and understanding instead of
allowing God to direct their marriages. A typical example in the Bible is the
presence of Jesus at the wedding ceremony, without the presence of Jesus; the
marriage would have encountered a big disgrace and shame”.

“This means that marriages without the
presence of the Holy Spirit will not work because Jesus is the solution (John
2:1-10),” it said.

According to the statement, Prophet Melchisedec
mentioned barrenness, lack of trust, unforgiveness, financial problem,
misunderstanding, individual affirmed characters and attitudes among others as
challenges many people encounter in marriages. 

It therefore hinted that, “God has made keys
available for people to deploy to make their marriages workout; these keys are
prayer and wisdom. Some of these challenges in marriages can be solved by
prayers while others are just by the application of wisdom or both in some
cases,” it said.

The statement noted that a Special All Night
Service on Friday September 1 September would be featured in this year’s

The seven-day marital programme would have
Bishop Joseph Annang, Pastor Solomon Okyere-Keelson and the host, Prophet
Melchisedec all from Ghana and Pastor Godfrey Homela of South Africa, as some
of the speakers.


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