- A pastor has claimed that the activities of the Christian Council does not favor Christians
- He indicated that the activities of the group were in line with satanic objectives
- The pastor claimed that the Council should have opposed the president's directive for 1-hour church service
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A Kumasi-based minister of God, Rev Prince Obeng Mensah Gyataba, has described the Christian Council of Ghana, (CCG) as a religious organization that pretends to be championing the cause of Christianity but rather fulfilling satanic objectives.
Speaking in an interview on Ebusua 96.5 FM in Kumasi on Friday evening July 3 and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Rev Gyataba observed that following the emergence of COVID-19, religious bodies (especially Christians) were the worst hit.
According to YEN's Kumasi correspondent, King Amoah, Rev Gyataba noted that the apex Christian body aimed at fighting the cause to ensure uninterrupted functions of churches had turned a blind eye and were sleeping on the job.
The founder and leader of the Christ Fire Intercession Ministry said Christians were thankful to the government for extending an invitation to the Council to a round table conference to deliberate on measures that could come out with measures of worship that would not violate the COVID-19 protocols
He stressed that instead of the Council to stand resolute and come out with favorable measures for the president's approval, they failed to convince government.
The preacher added that the members of the Council prioritised their interest over that of the entire Christian body in Ghana.
This, Rev Gyataba claimed, contributed to the president drafting the measures that did not augur well for worship including the 1-hour service period.
The man of God asked where on the earth a church can successfully use one hour to worship God bearing in mind other factors that come in to play.
He queried if mankind had the divine power to make laws on how God should be worshipped.
Rev Gyataba disclosed that members of the Council could pass for illuminati members judging by their unconcerned conduct which appeared like that of a cabal.
He added that the Council wanted to destroy Christian worship in the country and quoted scripture to justify his assertion.
According to him, the government has also allowed certain organizations to break the COVID- 19 protocols without question citing the NPP primaries, activities of market women, overloading and crowding at various lorry stations among others.
He wondered if all these activities are going on unchecked but the churches that stand for discipline, law and order are stifled, it showed that the government was being hypocritical and bias al against Christian activities.
Gyataba ended with a call on the Christian Council to stop being hypocrites adding that if they had signed a contract with Satan, they should reposition themselves.
He called on the Christian body to amend the conditions of worship slapped on Christians before the country’s destiny is jeopardized through paganism.
STORY BY: KING AMOAH
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