- Bishop Obinim has revealed the characteristics of fake men of God
- According to the popular pastor, any man of God who spoke ill about his fellow pastor was fake
Founder and leader of The International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim has given his own definition of who he believed to be fake men of God due to some characteristics that they exuded in public.
YEN.com.gh sighted a latest video of the popular Man of God during one of his church services as he preached to his congregants, the difference between a genuine and a fake pastor.
According to the man of God, any pastor who spoke ill about another pastor by calling him out and setting bad examples about him was a fake man of God.
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The Kumasi-based man of God added that genuine men of God received their calling from God therefore, it was only God who could reprimand them when they faltered.
Bishop Daniel Obinim added that many people were operating with evil spirits with the guise of helping people as a result but eventually led people astray.
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He however indicated that God had also placed some genuine men of God in the country to also help people and direct them unto the part of righteousness.
Angel Obinim has been in the news over the last couple of days for the many controversial statements he has made during his latest trip to Dubai.
In the said video, the pastor reportedly labeled Ghana as a “useless” country and also revealed that if it had not been for God’s calling upon his life, he would have stayed in Dubai forever.
Bishop Daniel Obinim is one of Ghana’s most influential Men of God. The self-proclaiming angel of God is noted for his stylish way of dressing and for the many miracles he works for some of his congregants.
He is also counted among the richest Men of God in the country because he boasts of many houses and expensive cars with the latest addition to his fleet being a $300,000 Rolls Royce.
The Man of God commands a huge church following both in Kumasi and Accra.
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