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In the year of increase, look to the sky – Osu Pastor ICGC to the congregation


In 2022, those who know their God will be strong and will perform.

This is the assurance of the Chief Pastor of the International Central Church of the Gospel (ICGC) Osu Temple of Restoration, Ashford Tawiah Smith, to his devotees during a 2021 Crusader Service charged with power and of spirit, Friday night.

In the year that the church has dubbed the “Year of Increase,” Mr. Smith has instructed believers, especially members of the Temple of Restoration, to “look up to heaven” at all times and they will receive a super natural supply.

He said that in a world that has become a “difficult place,” hit by a pandemic, “with superpowers crumbling,” it is only he who looks to the sky for divine direction that will make a difference. .

Like the multitudes in his founding text of Matthew 14: 14-18, Mr. Smith said that once believers converge in the presence of God to seek guidance, deliverance, and direction in 2022, he will not let them. not empty and hungry.

“As we enter the New Year, it doesn’t matter where you are and whatever the circumstances, God will bless you. God will not send you in 2022 without food. No matter what you have in 2022 when you roll your eyes it will change your story.

“Just put whatever’s in God’s hand, just give it to Jesus. Everything you need on earth is made in Heaven. Heaven is the source, the abundance multiplier. In the year of increase, the lord will multiply what little you have.

He urged members not to place their expectations and hopes on men, adding, “When we roll our eyes to heaven, God will answer. Don’t look to the man in 2022. Look to Jesus. You will never slip because our God neither sleeps nor sleeps.

In the year of increase, look to the sky - Osu Pastor ICGC to the congregation

Covid-19 Protocol

Masked under strict Covid-19 protocols, with a reasonable social distancing regime, hundreds of worshipers clad in white clothes couldn’t afford a similar protocol deal with their creator, the one who spared them their lives in the event of pandemic.

In their masks, they sang, danced and prayed fervently, thanking God for leading them through a difficult year and, more importantly, asking God to guide their paths for a smoother and better year 2022.


As many mourn in a pandemic across the world, God has manifested Himself in wonderful ways for the members of the Temple of Restoration and with hearts of gratitude some have come with outstanding testimonies.

In 2021, the wombs were opened and the God who gives free gifts to children blessed couples with babies.

The God who promised to be with us in the river was on call for a member who was about to drown after nearly five hours in the deep sea.

“I know I am a good swimmer, but that day all of my swimming skills failed me, but God came for me,” the member of God’s redemptive power testified several years ago.

In the year of increase, look to the sky - Osu Pastor ICGC to the congregation

Prayers in 2022

After a powerful message and a declaration of 2022 as the “Year of Growth,” the church was led to 25 minutes of powerful prayers in which members, their children, their families, their aspirations for the year 2022, were. brought before God.

As time passed in 2022, the church erupted to the cries of Jericho, welcoming a new year with promises of increase.

The screams turned into songs and dances praising God for a new year. The occasion was also used for fellowship and anointing.