WHEN she took her turn on stage at this year's Harvest Praise, held at the Fantasy Dome, La in Accra on Good Friday, UK-based Ghanaian Gospel musician, Diana Hamilton, shook the entire roof and brought the Heavens down.
She did not only thrill the fully packed house with her soul inspiring songs but she ministered to them as well as prophesised.
The totally charged audience sang along as she did song after song including a personal favourite Ensi Wo Yie, Ayeyi Ndwom, Yehowa, Nyame Aye Bi, Mo Ne Yo among others.
Everyone was on their feet for the over one hour that she was on stage and it was indeed fulfilling.
The programme started at exactly 4pm with a Praise and Worship session led by Pastor Yaw Antwi-Dadzie and the Harvest Gospel Choir which put everyone in the right mood for what was in store for the day.
There was also a drama by the Harvest Theatre which was well received by the audience. It was simply about soldiers on patrol when one was attacked by rebels. He was eventually saved by his colleagues while the rebel leader was captured by the soldiers.
It was a very simple piece but with the right costumes and props which made everything look so real.
Once that was out of the way, the Harvest Gospel Choir took over and treated the very active audience to uplifting songs from their repertoire.
Rev. Fitzgerald Odonkor, President of Harvest International Ministries was on hand with the word. He thanked God for 20 years of Harvest Praise and based his sermon on "The Ultimate Sacrifice."
"Over the years people have offered sacrifices because they are looking for favour from God, the son of God, Jesus Christ, who was without blemish offered himself as a sacrifice for our sins."
"We do not need to offer cows or bulls or lambs because Christ's dying on the cross was the ultimate sacrifice, because of this ultimate sacrifice we now have peace with God.
"There are many people who are afraid of a future that is unknown but because of the ultimate sacrifice Jesus Christ has redeemed us," he stated.
Tim Godfrey and his team from Nigeria gave another powerful performance to bring proceedings to a close.
Citi FM's Bernard Avle was the host of Harvest Praise 2019 and he brought his sense of humour to bear on the show.
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Ramzy Amui of Stars of the Future fame who is now a Gospel musician
The Harvest Gospel Choir on show
Diana Hamilton brought the heavens down