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Mrs. Arita-ita Ayer, Pastor of the Priesthood Worship Center (PWC) of the Six Assemblies of God Church in Tema Community, urged Ghanaians to adopt healthy eating habits to reduce disease.

She said a healthy lifestyle was essential for Christians to use their God-given talents and skills for the benefit of the church and society as a whole.

Mrs. Ayer spoke on the theme: “Living a Meaningful Life Today for Tomorrow” during a Sunday service.

According to her, at one point in her life, it was important to limit the consumption of certain foods to avoid certain diseases.

She advised the congregation to eat fewer fatty foods, more vegetables and fruits, and drink more water to improve their health.

She highlighted the need for a balanced diet to extend lifespan and debunked the claim that people live well when they eat fatty and sugary foods.

Taking scriptures from Luke 16:19-31 and Matthew chapter 25, Ms. Ayer said both rich and poor have the opportunity to serve God with their resources and gifts.

She noted that being poor did not guarantee one would go to heaven just as being rich did not mean one would go to hell.

She urged Christians to set life in the God-pleasing context to attract more blessings, adding that whatever one does should be done in a God-pleasing way.

“If the way you define life is to dress, dress to please God, if it’s to eat anything, do it to please God.” Ms Ayer said.

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