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The Founder and Leader of the Lord’s Parliament Chaple, located at Odorkor Official Town in the Greater Accra Region, Apostle Francis Amoako Arthur, has cautioned his fellow Ministers of the Gospel to exhibit some maturity when delivering prophecies as the year 2018 draws to a closure.
According to him “Prophets of today are not showing maturity in their profession and relying on the ignorance of the citizenry to achieve what I termed as selfish popularity instead of becoming influential in society”.
The prophet who was speaking in an exclusive interview with Ghananewsonline.com.gh at his Church premises in Odorkor Official Town advice Ghanaians and Christians in general to beware of false prophets just as the Bible cautioned that false prophets would at the end time arise and claim to be disciples and witness of the light though they might not be.
He explained that “Prophets of late during 31st watch nights come out with prophecies which causes fear and panic in the society which does not even come to past. Most prophets do prophecies of doom ranging from death for citizens especially those in authority, economic hardship among others, for the country”.
Apostle Francis Amoako Arthur drew on this and said it is time Ghanaians come together to advocate for “a no more prophecy in this country” during such occasions. He said this normally happens because Ghanaians are hungry to hear from these prophets what God has in store for the nation and its people to progress.
He emphasized on Ghanaians not to entertain those Prophets who have no eye to see anything positive about this Country but are always with negative prophecies, causing fear and panic in society.
He urged Christians to be serious with their Bibles and prayers.
“We must read and understand the Bible and also do our best to pray frequently rather than relying on some fake pastors or prophets who can only see doom,” he stated.
The leader of the Lord’s Parliament Chapel applied to the government to establish a committee to regulate churches in the country.
“We as a country can’t achieve anything for ourselves if we continue to rely on and listen to these false prophets, that is why I will appeal to the government through the ministry of chieftaincy and Religious affairs to establish a committee to regulate and monitor the activities of churches in the country,” Prophet Amoako Arthur applied.
He called on Christians in the country to desist from the ‘men of God’ who use charms, blood sacrifices, money and also give lottery saying they are magicians and not true Men of God.
Finally, Apostle Amoako Arthur seized the opportunity to urge Ghanaians, especially passengers not to mount pressure on drivers which could eventually cause road accidents.
“Let’s celebrate an accident-free Christmas,” he stated.
Source: William Dei-Gyau || Ghansnewsonline.com.gh