Eagle Prophet: Any pastor who doesn't live a luxurious life won't make heaven (video)

Eagle Prophet: Any pastor who doesn't live a luxurious life won't make heaven (video)

  • Eagle Prophet has been seen in a video speaking about the kind of life pastors should live
  • According to him, pastors are supposed to live luxurious lives to serve as motivation for their church members
  • The popular prophet was speaking in an exclusive interview with a radio station

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Prophet Bishop Randolph Oduro Gyebi, the general overseer of God's Crown Chapel in Kumasi, has said that any man of God who does not enjoy life won't make it to heaven.

While speaking in a radio interview with Kumasi-based Akoma FM's Tony Best, the preacher famed as Eagle Prophet said all pastors in Ghana were supposed to live luxurious lifestyles.

In explaining his point, the preacher said even God in heaven was known to sit on a majestic throne.

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Any pastor who doesn't live a luxurious life on earth won't make heaven - Eagle Prophet
Any pastor who doesn't live a luxurious life on earth won't make heaven - Eagle Prophet. Source: Instagram/eagleprophet
Source: UGC

Prophet Randolph Oduro Gyebi indicated that there were many chariots in heaven and God sent one of such to earth in the Bible

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He added that heaven was said to have streets filled with gold therefore it was in the Christian DNA to ensure that one enjoyed life to the fullest.

Eagle Prophet went on to add that any pastor who was not living a luxurious life was not going to motivate his or her congregants to also live that kind of lifestyle.

He said a broke pastor was going to negatively affect his members and it would not cause the church to break forth.

Eagle Prophet said some well-to-do pastors have invested in many businesses of their church members which enables them to flaunt the goodness of God when they come to church.

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When asked how many cars he owned as a pastor, Prophet Bishop Randolph Oduro Gyebi indicated that he did not own any.

He however said he normally drives cars owned by his church members and cited an example of driving the car of a member for 3 months.

Speaking about pastors, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that multiple award-winning Ghanaian gospel musician and pastor, Sonnie Badu has disclosed the reason he does not reveal the faces of his kids in their online family photos.

While speaking in an interview with popular Kumawood actor, Kwaku Manu, Sonnie Badu stated that he believes in spiritual attacks and he does not want his children to be attacked spiritually.

He added that the kids could be susceptible to attacks as their identity and faces on social media will expose them to a barrage of attacks.

Source: Yen

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