- A preacher has claimed that sin cannot take a man to hell
- In a video online, he averred that Jesus Christ died to pay for the sin of believers so, sin cannot claim men
- The man of God added that faith in Christ is freedom from sin
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A preacher has claimed that sin can never take a man to hell, igniting a massive stir on social media.
During a service in a church, the man of God averred that Jesus Christ died to pay for the sins of men, thus sin cannot claim men.
In a video sighted on social media, the man of God said: ''Sin can never take a man to hell, never,'' he said, asking ''How can Jesus who is God die to pay sin and then sin now stands up to claim men.''
The preacher reiterated that Jesus did not collapse or die due to an accident, but died intentionally to deal with sin, hence, the sins of believers have been paid for.
''Did Jesus die or he fainted? Did he die or he collapsed? Was it a mistaken death or intentional? And why did he die intentionally?'' he posed a rhetorical question to the church folks.
He answered, saying: ''For our sins has been paid,'' adding that ''faith in Christ is freedom from sin.''
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a multi-talented Ghanaian artisan, Bernard Nii Nartey, has been creating beautiful furniture and sound systems from rejected car tyres and other waste materials.
Nartey who is 35 years old has become an expert in his field because of his unique and viable creations made from discarded tyres.
His furniture label, Nat Recycle Centre, converts rejected tyres into beautiful and sustainable furniture for home and office use.
Mother in tears as her 6-year-old son with a hole in the heart receives over GHc52k for surgery; video
In a separate story, a pure water seller only identified as Zenabu has received financial help for her son, who is suffering from a hole in the heart to undergo surgery.
Zenabu' son, Masawudu, who is six years old, needed over GHc52,000 ($9,000) to undergo urgent surgery to correct the heart defect.
The minor's father had labelled his mother ''bad luck'' for birthing a child with a hole in the heart.
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