Minister Quame Gyedu, one of Ghana’s famous gospel worshippers on Sunday held worshippers at the Havillah Temple of the Gracefields Chapel spellbound with spectacular performances at what he had christened ”Festival of Testimonies Concert”.
Storming the stage with some profuse confidence, Minister Gyedu started with solid but familiar worship songs and hymnals which got the crowd to burst into prayers amidst the speaking of tongues.
For close to thirty minutes, Minister Gyedu by God’s grace changed the atmosphere at the auditorium and at one point one could feel the tangible presence of the Holy Spirit.
Zooming into his personal renditions such as ‘’Kasa’’, ‘’Merensesa Me Nyame’’, Yesu Mo’’, ‘’Osaberima’’, ‘’Oye’’ and many others, Minister Gyedu sent the crowd into frenzy with some weeping uncontrollably while others glorified God with praise and worship.
Showing admirable signs of humility, Minister Gyedu spent time to acknowledge the many worshippers who had thronged the Gracefields Chapel to participate in the gospel concert.
He told the crowd that people felt Kumasi was not able to get people trooping to watch gospel shows but the crowd had proven that it was possible.
Paying profuse gratitude to the Ministers of the Gospel who were at the venue, Minister Gyedu said their presence and prayers had made his concerts, which was in its 13th year possible.
Present at the show was the General Overseer of the Resurrection Power and Living Bread, Archbishop Akwasi Asare Bediako as well as the General Overseer of Gracefields Chapel, Reverend Simon Ampofo.
Mr Christain Agyeman popularly referred to as Taabea also came to support Minister Quame Gyedu and was seen enjoying the ministry with some dancing skills.
Earlier on the night, there were performances before the main artiste, Quame Gyedu, entered the stage to lead worship.
Ministers such as Sandra Oduro, Sandy Asare, Joshua Ahenkorah and S.K Frimpong treated the crowd to melodious tunes and ministrations.
Many in the audience could not hide their joy at the performances by these guest ministers and it was not surprising that the participants freely gave offerings to the Lord.
At one point, one could see that the place for the concert was small for the people that were gathered at the auditorium as the ushers had a difficult time restraining many who came late from entering because the place was filled up.
Release of Single Track:
Meanwhile, Minister Quame Gyedu is set to release a single track on the 10th of November, 2023.
Titled ‘’Osaberima’’, this single track talks about the mercies and protection of God that has delivered believers from the traps and plots of the devil.
Speaking to this reporter, Minister Gyedu said the purpose of the ”Osaberima” track is ‘’to bring the church and the world at large to the understanding that they are not consumed because God Almighty had preserved them and kept watch over his people’’.