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Ghanaian gay man reportedly becomes an Evangelist (Photos)

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Popular Ghanaian gay man identified as Aaron Akrong, has reportedly become an Evangelist as confirmed as by Ghanaian movie director Pascal Amanfo.
Aaron Akrong, the popular Ghanaian gay man who became an evangelist, also wears a new look as he ‘abandoned’ his former life. Sharing his story, Pascal Amanfo wrote;
I have seen a few jaw dropping miracles in my life but none as profound as this.
This young Man right here @aaronaakrong is the living, breathing, walking proof of the Mercy and Grace of God!!!
He is the evidence that regardless of who you are, where you are, or what you have done, the loving ams of God’s grace can find you.
Aaron was openly gay but had a encounter under the ministry of my brother @timothy_bentum
and is now an evangelist sharing the story of his life and the loving gospel of Jesus!
Hear this clearly..There is no Man that God cannot useGo follow @aaronaakrong Share his testimony to bless somebody!
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Also confirming the above story, Aaron wrote;
Having an encounter with Jesus is the best thing that has ever happened to me and am forever grateful. Grace gives hope to the hopeless, joy to the sorrowing, faith to the faithless, and life to the dying.
The word charis (“grace”) comes from a root meaning “to be joyful,” and the word is always associated with happiness and joy.
Grace means that God is for us even when we are against Him.
Grace refers to the active love of God streaming continually and generously as sunshine from the sun.
It’s not grace unless it is gratis, that is free. The word “grace” carries the meaning of generous gifts which have to do with redemption and all that goes with it.
Grace brings us all down to the same level because at the foot of the cross, there’s no economy class, and no first class; there’s only kneeling class.

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Written by Shadrack Ebisco

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