Thank God for “Diary of a Worshipper 2021” – Pastor Isaiah Fosu-Kwakye Jnr

The leader of the Impact Value Ministries (IVM), Pastor Isaiah Fosu-Kwakye Jnr has appreciated God for showing Himself strong at the just ended Diary of a Worshipper program on Sunday.

The program which was held over the weekend at the Fountain of Glory – Assemblies of Glory, Spintex, had the attendees sharing how blessed they were. The 2021 edition which was themed “Jesus my Everything”, took a different dimension in great grace. It attracted close to three thousand (3,000) people due to the high anticipation of God’s presence.

The guest ministers through whom God blessed his people were, Eugene Zuta, Prophet Edem Cudjoe, Pastor Jim Emmit, Rev. Cynthia McCaulley, Rev. Eddie Kwei and many more were used by God mightily to be a blessing unto many.

Speaking with Pastor Isaiah on how the preparation went, he says God being so good, it went so well. However, he admitted that, there were some personal challenges that came at him. According to him, he could not even sing well due to sore throat.

“About two weeks ago, I couldn’t sing like what you are hearing now. I had to go to Pastor Helen Yawson for some voice training but yet I was still feeling the pain. I came home and I asked my wife, why is this happening to me and she says maybe it is the theme of the program, “Jesus my everything” that is testing me”

“That night I couldn’t sleep early even because my son wasn’t feeling so well. I took my phone and I searched for Benny Hinn’s healing crusade. I later gave the phone to my son so he could hold and also watch the videos. After sometime of watching the healing videos, I prayed that ‘Oh God if you could heal these people, heal me too’ and I fell asleep. I woke up the next morning and I realized God healed me”

Adding that, he decided to share the testimony just to encourage somebody who might be going through some form of pain.

Pastor Isaiah as expected revealed the mind of God through deep mysteries as he ministers in about two hour-long worship session that kept patrons standing throughout his service. It was quite unusual in Accra, the number that stayed even till the time he had to forcefully leave the mic.

He further encouraged people to continue waiting on the Lord, that it is the best thing to do.

Source: raylizaghana.com

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