Spiritual Emphasis Summit 2013

Spiritual Emphasis Summit 2013

59398_210777275712612_930269087_nBronx NY – The Christian Journal Reporter
International Central Gospel Church (Dominion Temple) in the Bronx New York, hosted Rev Ampiah Kwofi on July 19-21 2013 for their Spiritual Emphasis Summit. From the moment the man of God started ministering, it was apparent that this summit would be a memorable one.

The Summit was centered on a month long emphasis on prayer and a personal relationship with the Lord. He gave an insightful teaching on prayer, inspiring those in attendance to a new spiritual emphasis on prayer and the anointing of the Holy Spirit.
He focused on the power of prayer, faith and breakthroughs, explaining how intensified prayer can change your circumstances.
Stressing on the scripture Matthew 15:26-27 “And he answered, “It is not right to take the children’s bread and throw it to the dogs.” She said, “Yes, Lord, yet even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table.”

He explains how Jesus clarified the difference between Jews and Gentiles. In her reply the woman did not challenge what Jesus had said. Her words reveal great faith and spiritual wisdom. She did not argue about God’s justice in seeking the Jews first he stressed.
Jesus responded emotionally to her trust; it moved Him deeply. The woman’s faith was great because it revealed humble submission to God’s will, and it expressed confidence in Jesus to do what only God could do. Jesus healed the girl with His word, and immediately she became well.


Ampiah Kwofi, sharing from his faith in God and what God has been doing in his life and compared his current experience to how the Holy Spirit has touched his life.
The Holy Spirit’s presence and anointing descended on each service.
The greatest highlight was the anointing that flowed. Some of the attendant was filled with Holy Spirit, many wept as he prayed for them. He began each evening service with a strong reference to prayer and anointing of the Holy Spirit that appeal from Scripture.
“Life without Jesus is empty,” he said before explaining what it means to become a Christian. Throughout the Summit, an expectation of faith and anointing was present, during both Friday and Saturday evening services. The Holy Spirit was flowing all over the church.

“What a wonderful time we had with Ampiah Kwofi,” one of the attendants said. “God is still using his people and we are seeing an incredible number of souls as people of all ages continue to worship God in spirit and in their hearts. It was exciting to see the attendants filled with joy.

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