Gospel Sensation Ewuraba Eesi Shares Powerful 'Palm Sunday' Message

Today, Sunday April 5 Christians around the world are celebrating Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem which we usually call “Palm Sunday,” because the crowd welcomed Him by spreading palm branches in His path.

Ghanaian Gospel Sensation Ewuraba Eesi who is well known for songs like 'Aseda', 'Gina La Yesu', Gyinapintsin amongst others has this powerful 'palm sunday' message to share. She took to facebook and wrote;

"As we commemorate 'Palm Sunday' today, I pray that its invites us to pass from anguish to hope, from fear to self-sacrifice. This, step by step we advance towards the truth of Easter.

In these trying days, we become aware, sorrowfully, of our limitations and fragility. However, let there be no doubt: what Jesus said yesterday to Saint Paul,
He says today to all of us:
“My grace is sufficient for you, for power is made perfect in weakness.”

Ewuraba Eesi continued that the present crisis, with sickness, fear, isolation and death as its signature, actually heightens the significance of the message these holy days bring linking to passover and hope to overcome the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Passover celebrates precisely that: the “passing over” of God’s chosen people from slavery, oppression, darkness and despair in Egypt, to freedom, light and hope in the Promised Land.

"Christians reverently recall the “pass over” of Jesus from torture, rejection, defection of His closest followers, temptation to despair, His Passion and death that first Good Friday, to life, light, and victory on Easter Sunday.

"The victory of Resurrection of Jesus required anguish, setback, adversity, danger, risk, but God came through!
Thus, in these trying times of coronavirus outbreak, let's be hopeful that we shall overcome. Our God is the same yesterday, today and forever. Indeed this too shall pass."

"But the central message of Easter is that God still loves us, and because of Christ we can be forgiven. He came for one reason: “Christ died for sins once for all … to bring you to God” (1 Peter 3:18). May you welcome Him into your life during this holy season.” 

"As Jesus had a triumphant entry into Jerusalem today may you also enter into your success and breakthroughs. HAPPY PALM SUNDAY" she added.

She also urged Ghanaians to adhere to the directives given by health officials and the president

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