Drinking, Womanising and Stealing Don't Make a Man of God Fake - Prophet Nigel Gaisie

Drinking, Womanising and Stealing Don't Make a Man of God Fake - Prophet Nigel Gaisie

- Prophet Nigel Gaisie has averred that drinking alcohol, philandering or stealing does not make a man of God fake

- In an interview recently, he explained that changing a covenant with God is what undermines a vessel's anointing

- The popular preacher cited King David and Elijah as men of God who carried powerful mantles but had incredible character flaws

- Prophet Nigel Gaisie sat for an interview with YEN.com.gh's Philip Abutiate

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Popular Ghanaian Prophet, Nigel Gaisie, has averred that drinking alcohol, philandering or stealing does not make a man of God fake.

The General Overseer of the Prophetic Hill Chapel indicated that people out of ignorance assert that engaging in the generally considered 'vices' undermine God's anointing on a Kingdom representative in the earth realm.

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Speaking in an interview with YEN.com.gh's Philip Abutiate, Prophet Gaisie stressed that every "mortal vessel has a weakness.''

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''When a vessel of God [man of God] drinks alcohol, steals, or womanises, it doesn't make him or her fake. Every mortal vessel has a weakness. What makes a man of God fake is that he has changed his covenant with God,'' he averred.

The outspoken preacher explained: ''We have only one covenant, one foundation ... so if that man of God is not preaching Jesus or his deeds are not Jesus [then you can say he is fake].''

Prophet Nigel Gaisie buttressed his pronouncements with examples in the Bible, citing the genealogy of Jesus, King David, and Elijah as individuals who carried powerful mantles but had incredible character flaws.

Watch the video below.

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Meanwhile, at 24, Derrick Parker has graduated from Harvard Law School, achieving a goal he set some years ago.

During a graduation ceremony in high school over four years ago, he vowed that he would be the person to deliver the valedictorian address at his next graduation.

Four years later, he earned a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Government from Morehouse College, graduating as valedictorian with a 4.0 GPA

In other news, a heartbreaking video of a young man who reportedly passed away after battling for his life at a hospital has stirred raw emotions on social media.

In the clip originally sighted on the Facebook page of Abena Joyce, on May 25, the young man whose identity and details were not shared along with the post could be seen lying in a hospital bed and battling for his life.

Amid tears and pains, he begged a health worker attending to him to save his life, saying: ''Sister, save my life'' but the lady responded, saying: ''We don't save lives; It's God who saves lives.''

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