Spirit-filled minstrel Ohemaa Mercy has once again left an inexpungible mark with her annual Tehillah Experience event.
Thousands of patrons and lovers of gospel music gathered at the feet of God to worship with the popular singer.
Noted of as one the biggest Christian events in Africa, Tehillah Experience was held at the premises of Calvary Temple of the International Central Gospel Church at Spintex on Sunday, August 8, 2021.
Ohemaa Mercy invoked the heavens for a shift with her ministration and the atmosphere was evidently infused with the unveiling of the holy spirit. This year’s experience has been one of her most impactful ministrations amongst others. Incontestably, nothing can break a prayerful woman down and Ohemaa Mercy has proven a glaring attestation.
Themed Beyond The Veil, the graceful event experienced a nostalgic moment with God as the likes of Ceccy Twum, Francis Amo, Uncle Ato, Phil Thompson, Michael Stuckey, MogMusic and others led congregants to the throne room of God.
The build-up to the event saw an auspicious launch and a prayer walk with Ohemaa Mercy where the theme for this year’s edition of Tehillah Experience was divulged. According to the gospel crooner, the theme explains that the experiences of God’s glory are for everyone and no more hidden behind the veil as in the days of old.
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By Jullie Jay-Kanz
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