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Bad Pastors Should Be Known By Their Deeds

The District Minister of the Agona Swedru branch of the Voice of Christ Mission Church, Rev. Mike Brako Attafuah has advised Christians, particularly women to be wary of the kind of prophecies they receive from some self-styled pastors who call themselves prophet and pronounce all sorts of ‘’promising prophecies’’ on their life, but which never materializes.

Rev. Mike Attafuah who was delivering a sermon said sometimes the utterance of these self-acclaimed prophets is enough proof of indication that they are of questionable character.

He said utterances of self-glorification such as ‘’ I have healed’’, ‘’I will make you pregnant’’ among others where the congregation shouts ‘’I receive it’’ without working towards they are claiming to receive, instead of glorifying God is an indication that such pastors are not of God.

Rev. Attafuah questioned how someone can reap what he or she has not sown, yet Christians shout ‘’I receive it’’ anytime such pastors pronounce prosperity unto their life, without working towards that.

He further mentioned unforgiving hearts of some Ghanaians and said it is one dangerous thing ripping most families apart, including Christians homes.

He therefore prayed that people should have a renewed and contrite heart as they enter the New Year to be able to see God’s blessing in their life.

In another development, the founder of God Is Powerful Ministry, Prophetess [Mrs.] Rashida Sackey commended Ghanaians for their peaceful nature, saying that this nature was put to test during the just-ended general elections, but Ghanaians proved to the whole world that the people are a peace-loving people.

Speaking in an interview with this reporter, Prophetess Rashida complained about high cost of living and unemployment amongst the people, and appealed to the government to ensure that pragmatic measures are put in place to remedy the situation in the years ahead.

She again call on Ghanaians not to take the peace they have for granted, but continue to live in harmony with one another irrespective of their religious, ethnic or tribal background to ensure that that peace is protected and promoted for future generations to also enjoy.

From: Robert Ayanful-Ag. Swd.

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