What Lawrence Tetteh Said About “All Night” Service and His Clarification | Religion

Rev. Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, founder and president of Worldwide Miracle Outreach, says he believes in the spirituality of nightly prayer meetings and will not condemn it on any occasion.

He said the nightly prayer meetings had their basis in the scriptures and were important spiritual exercises, from which he had personally benefited.

Reverend Dr Tetteh’s comment follows a comment he recently made on GTV’s Breakfast Show as a panelist, deliberating on noise in the country.

In an interview with the Ghana News Agency on Friday, August 26, 2022, he explained that he was only talking about the excesses of such vigilantes, especially the disregard for noise laws.

“I recently saw an article that said I don’t believe in sleepless nights. This is not the case ; I was misquoted.

Jesus Christ fasted and prayed for 40 days and nights; Moses, Paul and many others held prayer vigils. I have personally been a great beneficiary of these prayer meetings and I can never condemn it,” Reverend Tetteh said.

He advised, however, that such events should be held in secluded locations to help minimize noise on neighbours, which would ensure neighborhood respect.

“My own father in the Lord the late Reverend Akwasi Amoako used to hold all night meetings at Santase in Kumasi and Prophet Nanasei Opoku-Sarkodie used to hold such meetings at Prampram. I also held meetings overnight at Trade Fair, La to avoid disruption,” Reverend Tetteh said.

“We must not use night prayers to disturb others and create an environment for people to condemn Christianity. You can always be spiritual and not just during night meetings. I affirm to every man and woman that I believe in the spirituality of all nights.

Source: GNA

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