Describing the trend as alien to Ghana’s rich culture, he said dressing half naked was a great sin and warned women to dress decently to avoid incurring the wrath of God.
Pastor Dr. Boahen was preaching the sermon during the 30th Anniversary and Homecoming celebration of the SDA Church at Asawase in Kumasi. The occasion was used to raise funds in aid of the construction of a new church auditorium.
The man of God who wished to see the populace living morally upright lives, warned Christian women against following the world, urging them to dress in a manner that would give glory to God.
“I will urge you as Christians, especially the women among you to dress decently at all times, Stop dressing half naked and don’t expose your vital parts like breasts to the public because it is a sin in God’s sight.”
Pastor Dr. Boamah cautioned Ghanaian youth against availing themselves to be used by politicians who would give them ‘peanuts’ to snatch ballot boxes during the December polls saying it could it create mayhem in the country.
Ghana, the pastor said, needed to maintain peace and unity before, during and after the general elections in order to make further gains with regards to development.
He admonished politicians to be circumspect during their campaign, urging them to do away with insults and insinuations that could trigger violence.
Pastor Dr. Boamah observed the world was in the end times therefore the church needed people that were physically and spiritually strong and committed to the work of the lord.
He entreated Christians to move out of their churches and homes and preach the gospel so that they could touch the hearts of sinners to turn to the Lord.
Source Daily Guide Ghana