Ignore false teachings on social media - Christians advised

Bishop Jackson Bishop Dr. Stephen Owusu Jackson

Mon, 2 Apr 2018 Source: mynewsgh.com

The chairman of Christian Praise International Centre (CPIC) Bishop Dr. Stephen Owusu Jackson has warned Christians against following false teaching and doctrines being propagated on social media and mainstream media.

He disclosed that the Bible earlier warned against such practices admonishing them not to engage in ways that are not in conformity with Teachings of Jesus Christ.

“Just as the Bible says that in the last days there will be false teachers and false prophets, there was the need for Christians to know that we in that last days and so should be careful and not pay attention to every preacher and belief system he or she professes”, he stated.

The man of God revealed that there is a certain Abraham Moshie, on social media who claims to have been a pastor but has abandoned the calling because one needs common sense or conscience to succeed in life and not God.

According to him, all that Abraham Moshie is doing on social media is trying to indoctrinate people to believe that there is nothing like God.

He described his teachings as evil and urged Ghanaians to disregard him.

Hundreds of members of the Christian Praise International Centre on Sunday gathered at Tema community 7 park to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Clad in white apparel, the worshippers expressed their gratitude to the Almighty God for allowing His only begotten Son, Christ Jesus to come and die to reconcile humanity to himself after the fall of man in the Garden of Eden.

They praised and worshipped their maker in a spirit-filled atmosphere with some shedding tears of joy.

Source: mynewsgh.com