A prophetic revelation from Rev. Owusu Bempah, Founder and Head of Glorious Word Ministry International, that Ghana’s President John Mahama would die a before he ends his tenure as president, has ruffled feathers in the leadership of the Christian community in Ghana.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, General Overseer of the Action Faith Chapel International, in a response to the prophecy about the president’s death, had questioned the credibility of Rev. Owusu Bempah.
Without making a direct reference to any Pastor, Archbishop Duncan-Williams told his congregation last Sunday:
“The thing that you must always look out for when you see all these prophets prophesying all kinds of doom on the internet against the President…is to ask yourself, does [the Prophet] have honour, credibility, character and integrity?
“Where did he come from? Who trained him? How long has he been on the scene?
Who laid hands on him? Whose product is he? At whose feet did he study? Who groomed him? Who covered him? Who was his teacher? Who taught him?”
But Owusu Bempah has shot back at the Archbishop, accusing him of double standards, with an explanation that he was actually ordained by Duncan-Williams himself and that the Archbishop was the very person who laid hands on him and therefore should not have questioned his credibility.
Rev. Owusu Bempah also disclosed that there was a time he even gave a prophecy concerning the lives of the Archbishop’s children and the dangers that would have befallen him and that the revelation was so serious that the Archbishop came to him to seek guidance.
Leader of the Word Miracle Church, Bishop Agyin-Asare, also in his sermon to his congregation on Sunday, described Rev. Owusu Bempah’s prophecy and the fact that it was announced in the media as “ministerial unethical”.
According to Bishop Agyin-Asare, such a prophecy should not have been said in the open media and that the best thing to have done was to have contacted the very person for which the prophecy was meant or the person’s church leader.
But again, Rev. Owusu Bempah was quick to publicly describe Bishop Agyin-Asare with some adjectives that are best left not repeated.
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