Respected man of God, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams says money and wealth don’t mean anything now, as the world experiences the COVID-19 pandemic.
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According to the revered preacher, the world is currently on its knees and everything is at a standstill.
In a Good Friday virtual sermon on Facebook on April 10, 2020, to Ghanaians, Archbishop Duncan Williams said in the current situation wealth and power are all vanity.
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He, therefore, urged Ghanaians to seek God Almighty first and forget about material things.
“… All the things you possess that you are proud of, you cannot be proud of anymore. GUCCI shoes, watches and bags, you cannot use them. God knows for how long,” he noted.
Duncan Williams, however, added that he was not against the genuine acquisition of wealth but warned that it is important for Christians to know that in times like this, material things can’t save anybody’s life.
Meanwhile, Ghana’s COVID-19 cases have now reached 408, the health service said in its latest update.
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Two more persons have also died of COVID-19 in Ghana, making it a total of eight as of April 11, 2020.
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