V.P Boakai Pays Homage to Liberian Women

Saturday, 20th March 2010
                  

Monrovia, Liberia - Vice President Joseph N.Boakai says the resolution of the Liberian crisis was the result of constant prayers, and paid homage to Liberian women who spent several days praying in the rain and scorching sun for God's forgiveness and deliverance.

Vice President Boakai reminded Liberians to remain prayerful so that the peace they  now enjoy will be further solidified and sustained.

Speaking Thursday at a Crusade hosted by the Gospel Safari Able God International Ministries Incorporated in Fiamah, Sinkor, Vice President Boakai observed that with God all things are possible, noting that there is "no problem so insurmountable that prayers and supplications cannot unravel".

"What has got us where we are today is not necessarily because we are fine talkers, or because we could negotiate or because people finally gave in to have peace. We know that it was God's making," said Vice President Boakai who is also a Baptist Deacon.

The Vice President reminded Liberians not to forget that God has brought them a long way, and urged them to use every opportunity to praise God and to win hearts and souls for the Lord.

Earlier, Pastor Allen D. Deepraiser of Gospel Safari Able God International Ministries Incorporated thanked Vice President Boakai and family for graciously honoring their invitation to attend the crusade.

Pastor Deepraiser assured the Vice President that his ministries will continue to take the gospel to the people.

The crusade was attended by the Second Lady of Liberia, Mother Kartumu Boakai and her grand children.