Accra, Ghana, West Africa

Avoid Disobedience in Life! (EXO.8:15)

After repeated warnings, Pharaoh still refused to obey God. He hardened his heart every time there was a break in the plagues. His stubborn disobedience brought suffering upon himself and his entire country. While persistence is good, stubbornness is usually self-centered. Stubbornness toward God is always disobedience. Avoid disobedience because the consequences may spill onto others. Brothers and sisters stay blessed as you obey Him...Amen.

Let the Word of God Be the Basis of Your Faith (EXO.7:12).

God performed a miracle by turning Aaron’s staff into a snake, and Pharaoh’s magicians did the same through trickery or sorcery. Although miracles can help us believe, it is dangerous to rely on them alone. Satan can imitate some parts of God’s work and lead people astray. Pharaoh focused on the miracle rather than the message. We can avoid this error by letting the Word of God be the basis of our faith. No miracle from God would endorse any message that is contrary to the teachings of his Word. Brethren Stay Blessed !

Worsening Your Situtation in Life? (EXO.7:11).
How were these wise men and magicians able to duplicate Moses’ miracles? Some of their feats involved trickery or illusion, and some may have used satanic power since worshiping gods of the underworld was part of their religion. Ironically, whenever they duplicated one of Moses’ plagues, it only made matters worse. If the magicians had been as powerful as God, they would have reversed the plagues, not added to them. Stay blessed as you trust in Him.

God Listens to Our Requests (EXO.6:5).
Prayer is our opportunity to converse with God. It is not a monologue or recitation of magic words but a dialogue with our Father, who is able to respond to our fears, needs, and concerns. And we can be certain that God hears us, because we know the answer to the psalmist’s question: “Is the one who made your ears deaf?” (Psalms94:9). Our Creator is always available, and he hears the cry of the righteous. Praise God for his attentive ear.
O GOD who hears us, you know our thoughts before we even form them in our mind, for your ears are attentive to our cries. Teach us to cast all our cares on you, knowing that you will answer our requests. We ask this by the grace of your Son, Jesus Christ. Amen.

Do Not Be Too Discouraged To Listen EXO.6:9-12).
When Moses gave God’s message to the people, they were too discouraged to listen. The Hebrews didn’t want to hear any more about God and his promises because the last time they listened to Moses, all they got was more work and greater suffering. Sometimes a clear message from God is followed by a period when no change in the situation is apparent. During that time, seeming setbacks may turn people away from wanting to hear more about God. If you are a leader, don’t give up. Keep bringing people God’s message as Moses did. By focusing on God, who must be obeyed, rather than on the results to be achieved, good leaders see beyond temporary setbacks and reversals.Thanks and stay blessed as you read this message.

God Rescues You From Slavery (EXO.6:6-8).
God’s promises in these verses were fulfilled to the letter when the Hebrews left Egypt. He freed them from slavery, became their God, and accepted them as His people. Then he led them toward the land he had promised. When the Hebrews were rescued from slavery, they portrayed the drama of salvation for all of us. When God redeems us from sin, he delivers us, accepts us, and becomes our God. Then he leads us to a new life as we follow him.Fellow brethren in the Lord , Stay blessed and have your peace in Jesus name...Amen.

How Big Are Your Problems? (EXO.6:6).
Small problems need only small answers. But when we face great problems, God has an opportunity to exercise His great power. As the Hebrews’ troubles grew steadily worse, God planned to intervene with his mighty power and perform great miracles to deliver them. How big are your problems? Big problems put you in a perfect position to watch God give big answers.Brothers and sisters on facebook, stay blessed in the Lord !

Watch for God's Plans for Us (EXO.5:22-23).

Pharaoh had just increased the Hebrews’ workload, and Moses protested that God had not rescued his people. Moses expected faster results and fewer problems. When God is at work, suffering, setbacks, and hardship may still occur. In James 1:2-4, we are encouraged to be happy when difficulties come our way. Problems develop our patience and character by teaching us to (1) trust God to do what is best for us, (2) look for ways to honor God in our present situation, (3) remember that God will not abandon us, and (4) watch for God’s plan for us.Remember brothers and sisters that Christ is there to rescue you just as God sent Moses to Pharaoh, so stay blessed !

Welcome to WVMCC of Ghana...we are a busy yet caring body of believers who preach Christ as the answer for mankind's needs.

Christianity is not a religion but is all about LOVE, RELATIONSHIP, ACTION and TRUST! Stay on the path of the Lord for eternal life ...Amen!


Revivals and crusades services are conducted from time to time as the Holy spirit directs during week-day services.There are two forms of Revivals. Firstly, revival for the recovery and healing of various forms of sicknesses of the body. Secondly, revival for repentance and receiving of the Holy Spirit.Again,the spreading of the Gospel is to preach the good news of our Lord Jesus Christ to all people in all places and at all times for the redemption of their souls. This is the very important aspect of our call to the worship of God. According to Matthew 24:14; “and this gospel of the Kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come.’ 

There is no way the world can achieve its mission of Peace without Christ. No weapons! No Security Council, no worldly alliance like United Nations, Ecowas, and European Union can ensure Love, Peace and Unity on this earth, for their weapons are meant for the destruction of God's creation! 

Your partnership and full support with this church can help promote Peace, Unity and Love in Christ. All the depression, oppression and suppression will be healed in Jesus' name. 

Come along so that we build the house of God in order to redeem the poor and souls that are perishing 2 Chronicles 31, Mark 16:15. Amen! 


Weekly Schedule

Worship Service                 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon

Bible Studies                       7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Counselling/Prayers             10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Word of Exhortation             7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Prayers/Deliverance              7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Group Meetings                     7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.


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