- Dr. Lawrence Tetteh claims some celebrities are riding on Ebony’s death for fame
- He has also revealed that some of them have joined occult groups
- Lawrence Tetteh has advised the celebrities to work out their salvation, and stop what is bad
Dr. Lawrence Tetteh is obviously not a happy man today as Ebony is being laid to rest finally.
The renowned evangelist is the officiating minister of Ebony’s funeral ceremony, and during his sermon, he dished out some advise to other musicians.
He decried how some musicians are riding on Ebony’s painful death to make themselves popular with their social media posts in connection with Ebony’s death.
“And some of you musicians are using Ebony’s death to make yourselves popular. How could you do this when someone’s child has died in such a painful manner?”
“One day you will also die, everybody will die, no one will turn into a stone. Even the prophets who have said you will die will also die,” Lawrence Tetteh said.
He advised them to seek God now and fight for their own salvation with fear and trembling.
He revealed further that most of the musicians and celebrities have joined occult groups for power, fame and riches, but that won’t end them well.
Dr. Lawrence added that instead of being afraid to die, the celebrities should rather focus on knowing God and serving him.
"Also live your lives well so that when you die one day we don't have to exagerate and tell lies that you were good person when you were not," he said.
He further prayed for Ghanaians, musicians, the President, and all other celebrities, to come to know God, and to gain salvation.
“I pray for musicians, Ghanaians and everyone that you all stop you demonic activities, stop the occultism practices and draw close to God,” Dr. Lawrence Tetteh said.
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