Popular Ghanaian pastor, Mensa Otabil, has said a heartfelt prayer for both married and single people.
For the singles, Otabil prayed that they would get good marriage partners, to help them in fulfilling God’s plans for their lives.
And for the married ones, the founder and general overseer of the International Central Gospel Church, (ICGC) prayed that their marriage would go well.
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He prayed for their marriages to be fruitful, to be full of joy, love and beauty.
As expected, many people have responded positively to Otabil’s prayers, and have responded with Amen.
Others also wrote that they had accepted the prayers so that it would manifest in their lives.
Blessed Queen, for instance, wrote that she had received the prayers:
Nana Yaw also responded with Amen:
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Samuel responded with a triple amen, as if to ask for a triple of the blessings from the prayers:
Sefakor said she was blessed with the prayers:
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There are many other responses of 'amen' which show how people love to have such prayers or prophecies made for them.
Otabil has been in the news for a similar proclamation about being disappointed.
According to him, though people may feel disappointed because things were not working out the way they expected, good times are ahead.
He also assured that despite the disappointment, “your tomorrow will be better than today.”
Otabil has also been in the news for slamming some pastors for predicting doom for others.
He warned them to stop scaring people with their prophecies.
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