It has become an annual ritual for Christian leaders in Ghana to make public what they say are prophesies about Ghana at the threshold of every year but this year, the messages seem to be contradictory although they were revealed by same God.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams of the Action Chapel International has said per what he sees in the spiritual realms, Ghanaians must brace up for very tumultuous times in 2018.
But leader of Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, seems to be seeing something different.
Rev. Bempah has said the year 2018 would be a brighter year for Ghana if President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and his government continues to rule Ghana in God’s way.
A third Man of God, Prophet Emmanuel Badu Kobi of Glorious Wave Ministry has a different message.
Speaking on Adom TV’s Badwam yesterday Prophet Kobi said there would be lots of anti-government demonstrations in Ghana this year.
According to the prophesies made public by Prophet Kobi, Ghana would struggle with its finances as well as hardships on the entire citizenry.
He said there is a way out but the youth do not have to put their hope in the government.
The senior Man of God was emphatic that the government would struggle to do its best under the circumstance but would fail.
Meanwhile, Prophet Douglas Nana Tih, Founder of the Bethel Prayer Ministry International has also spoken about a brighter 2018 and called on God to grant President Nana Akufo Addo more wisdom to rule the country.
The Men of God also saw a few other things beyond Ghana.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams told his congregation at the Watch Night Service Sunday, that the world will not get any better than it is, prophesying it is going to get worse.
The celebrated clergyman said the trading of war words between North Korea’s Kim Jong Un and US President Donald Trump, could escalate.
“But there will be wars…[and] we must watch North Korea,” he warned, urging Ghanaians to be strong.
Archbishop Duncan Williams insists there will be rough times and wars ahead as predicted by the Scripture in Matthew 24.
“It is my responsibility as a student of prophecy to prepare you that this earth and this world is not going to remain the same way as it is. Changes are coming [and] there are challenging times ahead,” he said.
He also talked about Mr Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, saying “it comes with so many things.”
“I never thought that I will live to see this scripture fulfilled [and] this is where we are right now because Jerusalem requires our prayers than ever before,” the Archbishop said.
But the crisis in the Middle East will not end until the “coming of the Messiah,” he said.
Owusu Bempah Sees Doom
Rev. Bempah also put out some rather sad prophesies about the country:
“It should not be said that prophesies that are revealed are repetitive because we only share what we see…. Let us remember Ghana Police in our prayers, otherwise we will hear of rampant deaths of officers within the force”, founder and leader of Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah has is reported to have said.
He said although it is appointed for every man to die once, some deaths are not sanctioned by God hence the need for Ghanaians to pray for Police personnel.
He has also predicted that a renowned Ghanaian musician and a footballer may die if not prayed for.