-Head of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Opoku Onyinah has condemned 'prophets' who make their 'revelations' public
- Apostle Onyinah states that prophecies are supposed to be told to the parties concerned and not announced in the public
It is only the love for worldly fame that would make a 'prophet' go public with serious revelations about the deaths of individuals, Chairman of the Church of Pentecost (CoP), Apostle Professor Opoku Onyinah has stated.
According to him, it is needless and wrong to stand in public to relay what one believes to be a message from God which could spell grave danger to the object of the message and one may do so only for some benefit.
Apostle Onyinah's comments come in the wake of the many claims by 'prophets' who said they predicted the death of Dancehall artiste Ebony Reigns.
Some of the 'prophets' have gone to the extent of claiming to know who 'killed' Ebony, who died in a car crash last Thursday.
Many have questioned these 'prophets' and the family of the Ebony have pleaded for an end to such claims.
Speaking in an interview with Okay FM, Apostle Onyinah stated that the proper steps to take when one receives a divine revelation is to relay the message to its intended target and help the person in prayer.
He thus condemned the growing tendency of some 'prophets' who go public with their doom prophecies.
"Those who believe to have the gift of prophecy to be humble and not seek for fame because all glory belongs to God," the Head of the Pentecost Church advised.
He also advised Ghanaians to focus on God and not look around for prophecies or look to prophets for help.
"Every good thing has a counterfeit, he said making the point many prophets are looking to make money from vulnerable Christians," he stated.
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