PASTORS WARNS AGAINST FAKE PROPHECIES
PASTORS IN the country have been cautioned against issuing fake prophecies in order to solicit cash from people.
Rev. John Kwaku Appiah, General Overseer of the Faith Outreach Ministry at Anloga in Kumasi, issued the caution during the ordination of six pastors.
He lamented that some men of God have duped many unsuspecting people with fake prophecies and have become very rich as a result.
According to him, Christianity is not a platform for pastors to amass wealth, urging those involved to turn a new leaf or face the wrath of God.
He said the core duty of pastors is to preach the word of God and win souls for the Kingdom of God, adding that money making is not the duty of pastors.
“We were not called into Christ to use his holy name to dupe people and make a lot of money. That is a great sin so pastors should take note”, he warned.
Rev. Appiah also condemned the use of insults and insinuations that has become the order of the day in the political arena in recent times.
He called for decency in the political arena, stating that politics should be about ideas and not the trading of insults.