The Fruitful Life Chapel International has provided lunch for about two hundred and 50 inmates of the Navrongo Prisons. This was part of activities marking the church’s 14 years Anniversary Celebration.

It has become a tradition that, every year the Fruitful Life Chapel International gives out to the needy and the prison visitation has become a part of the annual Anniversary celebration.

In his exhortation to the inmates at the prison ward Navrongo, Prophet Kwaw Tutu Dadzie founder and General Overseer of the Fruitful Life Chapel International gave them a massage of hope and encouragement saying that, their being in the prison was just not permanent but a preparatory stage to a higher height.

Prophet Dadzie quoted Colossian 1: 27 as saying Christ in you the hope of glory so as Christian, our faith tells us whether dead or or alive, we belong to Christ and everything happen for the good of us.

He said that perhaps, their imprisonment could have been that to preserve their live and to enable them know and appreciate God for a better life.

It could have also been that it is a test to perfect some of them for the next appointment by God.

He indicated that no matter the situation that might have brought them to the prison and whatever situation they were passing through, God is fully aware of it and has already forgiven them their sins.

The man of God continued that, he was moved when he heard the songs being sang lifting God higher having arrived at the prison gate.

His prophesied that, some of them will come out to assume the mantle of leadership some he said, will put up story building and others will preach the word of God.

All that might have happened will not be a stigma against them God will surely exalt them and put them where they belong and restore all that has been lost.

In response, One of the inmates, the lead vocal of the prison band, on behalf of his colleagues, thanked the Prophet and the Fruitful Life Chapel members saying that, they were very happy for the church remembering them in prison.

Quoting Mathew 25: 31- 41, he appealed to the church members to society that they should accept them and assist them contribute their quota to society and also better their lives, for they coming home as changed people.

 

Story filed by Emmanuel Akayeti

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