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Church of Christ Spiritual Movement dedicates two temples in memory of late Rev. John Mensah

Church Of Christ Spiritual Movement One of the temples dedicated to the late Prophet John Mensah

Tue, 25 Sep 2018 Source: Joseph Wemakor

The Church of Christ Spiritual Movement (SM) has dedicated two temples in memory of the late Prophet John Mensah at a ceremony on Sunday 16, 2018 in Accra.

The two facilities christened "John Mensah and the Christ Plaza," enclosed with stores located at the Ayalolo in Accra Central were named after the late Prophet who happened to be the Founder of Church of Christ Spiritual Movement.

The facilities were jointly dedicated to God and inaugurated by the

Chairman of the National Peace Council, the Most Rev. Prof. Emmanuel

Asante, and the Apostle General of the Church of Christ SM, the Most

Rev Ing. (Dr) Daniel Markin.

In his sermon at the ceremony on the theme: “Let Your Temple Shine

Before All Men” last Sunday, the Most Rev. Prof. Asante said the late Rev. John Mensah was very humble and highly anointed to declare the word of

God and demonstrate his powers.

According to him, Rev. John Mensah was one of the greatest prophets the

country had ever had.

“I pray that prophets coming up today will learn from this man. He was not the man who came in to make money; he came in to proclaim the message of the Lord,” he said.

He said if the temple named after its founder would honour God, “then the people who worship here must be the temple of God”.

“If you refuse to be the temple of God, then this cannot be the temple of God. It is the temple of God because the people who worship here have allowed themselves to be the temple of God,” he declared.

He averred that First Kings 5:5 and First Kings 8:27 clearly indicated that

God could not be confined in any geographical spacial location therefore any facility built and dedicated to his name could symbolise the presence of God.

For his part, the Most Rev. Ing. Markin said the founder of the church

led a life worthy of emulation, adding that “you name things after people so that other people will follow that character and that is what we have done”.

He said the late prophet led a selfless life and that the church was honouring the prophet of God as a form of honour to God.

“The building itself is dedicated to God. He left in 1972 but we are honouring him posthumously because he did what is worthy of emulation. That is why we have named it after him,” he said.

Source: Joseph Wemakor