‘I saw the holy, and the New Jerusalem, coming down from God out of heaven, as a beautiful bride all dressed for her husband. Then I heard a loud voice call from the throne, ‘You see this city? Here God lives among men. He will make his home among them; they shall be his people and he would be their God-with-them. He will wipe all tears from their eyes; there will be no more death and no more mourning or sadness. The world of the past has gone.’ (Revelation 21, 3-4).
‘How I rejoiced when they said to me. ‘Let us go to the house of Yahweh!’ and now our feet are standing in your gate ways, Jerusalem.’ (Psalm122, 1-2)
‘Leaving Nazareth, he went and settled in Cpaernum, a lakeside town on the boarders of Zebulon and Naphtali. In this was the prophecy of Isaiah to be fulfilled. Land of Zebulon! Land of Naphtali! Way of the sea on the far side of Jordan. Galilee of the Nations! The people that lived in have seen a great light: on those who dwell in the land and shadow of death a light has dawned (Matthew 4, 13-16).’
Most Christian believers suffice in the thought of FAITH, which means belief in the things not seen, and yet wanting to experience it. A journey of hope, faith and adoration to the maker, (GOD) constitutes what pilgrimage is all about. In the bid to have self encounters with Christ, embarking on a journey of faith
The Ghanaian Minister for Chieftaincy and Religious Affairs delegation said it will understudy the Nigeria Christian Pilgrims Commission (NCPC) its pilgrimage strategy over the years and how they have been able to overcome certain challenges faced to achieve success.
In the footsteps of Jesus, the Apostles, and the Prophets in the Holy Land PROMOTED AND PRESIDED OVER BY MINISTRY OF CHIEFTAINCY AND RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS AUGUST 20 TO AUGUST 27, 2018 A moment to thank God for his blessings for our nation Ghana and to pray for peace and prosperity for all Ghanaians and