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Religion Mon, 12 Feb 2018

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Not all prophecies are meant for ‘public consumption’ - Opoku Onyinah cautions prophets

Chairman for the Church of Pentecost and President of the Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah, has cautioned prophets to pay attention to prophecies since not all prophecies are supposed to be publicly announced.

According to the man of God, some prophecies require that the message is delivered to the person connected to the prophecy only and not the masses.

Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah’s statement follows claims by some prophets that, they predicted the demise of Dancehall star, Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng aka Ebony.

Ebony died in a gory road accident late Thursday evening at Mankranso on the Sunyani-Kumasi road.

After her demise, some prophets have come out to announce that, they prophesized the death of the 20-year-old hit maker.

Prophet Badu Kobi, leader of Glorious Wave Church International in an interview, said he told Okay FM’s Kwabena Marfo in a personal conversation that Ebony had “a short life”.

Another Prophet, Nigel Gaisie, in a video which has gone viral on social media, reportedly stated that Ebony would “die through a road accident if she does not change her ways”.

Speaking to Ekourba Gyasi on Atinka AM Drive, Chairman for the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah, explained that when prophecies are revealed, men of God have the power to either say the prophecy to the congregation or either call the person who the prophecy is directed to.

“Although God reveals to redeem, some prophecies are decreed by God to serve as a lesson to others. This means prophecies are bound to happen and that nothing can be done about it”, he added.

He urged Christians to be more concerned with salvation which is the most important in our existence.

Ebony who would have turned 21 on February 16th, died with a military officer and her personal assistant.

Source: Atinka Online

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