Ghana’s Avraham Ben Moshe Reveals The True Church That Observes Biblical Festivals

Avraham Ben Moshe speaking on tv

Avraham Ben Moshe, a prominent figure in the Ghanaian religious landscape, has been a catalyst in unveiling a unique facet of the Ghanaian Church known as Theocracy that observe all the holy festivals enshrined in the Bible just as Jesus and disciples did

In a video circulating on social media sighted by shared by GhanaTrends on X (formerly Twitter), the Common Sense Family advocate was emphatically seen slamming all other Christian churches for not following what God has outlined in the Bible to be the true festivals to be celebrated rather than christmas.

WATCH: Avraham Ben Moshe Speaks About Theocracy, the True Church in Ghana

Unlike mainstream churches, Theocracy distinguishes itself by its unwavering commitment to observing Biblical festivals such as Passover, Feast of Tabernacles, Pentecost, and the Sabbath. This departure from conventional religious practices underscores the movement’s emphasis on aligning its worship with the scriptural calendar.

Ap. dr. kadmiel e.h. agbalenyoh

Ap. Dr. kadmiel E.H. agbalenyoh

Biblical Festivals Celebrated by Theocracy in Ghana

Theocracy's holy convocations

Theocracy’s holy convocations


Central to Theocracy’s doctrine is the celebration of Passover, commemorating the biblical story of the Israelites’ liberation from slavery in Egypt. This festival holds profound significance for followers, symbolizing spiritual deliverance and freedom. The emphasis on Passover reflects Theocracy’s commitment to grounding its beliefs and practices in the rich tapestry of biblical narratives.

Feast of Tabernacles

The Feast of Tabernacles, another cornerstone of Theocracy’s observances, showcases a commitment to communal living and gratitude. This festival, rooted in the Old Testament, involves the construction of temporary booths to symbolize the Israelites’ sojourn in the wilderness. Theocracy’s adherence to such rituals seeks to foster a sense of unity, humility, and dependence on a higher power among its members.

Dr. Kadmiel Agbalenyoh dances with wife during festival

Dr. Kadmiel Agbalenyoh dances with wife during festival


Pentecost, a celebration of the giving of the Holy Spirit, finds resonance within Theocracy’s religious calendar. The emphasis on Pentecost underscores a commitment to spiritual empowerment and the belief in the transformative power of divine intervention. Theocracy positions itself as a conduit for believers to experience the indwelling of the Holy Spirit, fostering a vibrant spiritual community.


In addition to these festivals, Theocracy notably observes the Sabbath, a weekly day of rest and worship. This commitment to Sabbath observance aligns with the movement’s broader emphasis on honoring the Ten Commandments and fostering a deep connection with biblical teachings. Theocratic congregants gather on the Sabbath which is undoubtedly Saturday for worship, reflection, and communal bonding, reinforcing the movement’s commitment to a holistic spiritual experience.

Avraham Ben Moshe’s revelation of Theocracy, with its distinctive adherence to biblical festivals, marks a unique chapter in the Ghanaian religious landscape.

The movement’s commitment to Passover, Feast of Tabernacles, Pentecost, and the Sabbath reflects a deliberate effort to align its practices with the scriptural calendar. As Theocracy continues to gain attention and followers, its emphasis on these biblical festivals sets it apart as a distinctive and spiritually enriching force in Ghana’s diverse religious landscape


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