-Mr Agyapong has chastised Christians for allowing themselves to be falsely led by emerging ‘lying’ prophets
- He said the only prophet whose words and visions he believes in are Rev. Owusu Bempah’s
The New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has slammed the current crop of ‘anointed’ persons of God who lead Christians nowadays.
According to him, the prophets play on the vulnerability of Christians and exploit them for their own benefit.
“Prophets lie, about 90 percent of prophets lie. It all boils down to death, knowing most people fear death, they come to you, threatening you with death to get you to succumb to their needs. Some people fish out for information about your life which they eventually use against you,” he said on Adom TV on Tuesday.
He lamented that people are too gullible now, which he opined stems from a fear of death.
However, Mr. Agyapong noted that eventually, everyone all die so why should that be a fear factor in their lives, such that they succumb to the false notions perpetuated by these prophets.
He stated that he did not believe in prophecies except for ones that come from the founder and leader of the Glorious Word Power Ministries International, Rev. Isaac Owusu-Bempah.
He said he had followed the man of God’s words for about three years, and he has always been surprised by them, hence his belief in him.
Mr. Agyapong bemoaned the refusal of Christians to seek the truth for themselves in the Bible and their complete dependence on prophets for declarations, when these supposed men of God rather lead lavish lifestyles as they (Christians) suffer.
Mr. Agyapong’s comments follow the recent prophecy by the leader of the Elected Prayer Ministry, Prophetess Rebecca Boakye, who said the MP had displeased God when he moved to politics.
According to the Prophetess, Mr. Agyapong was meant to be a clergyman, and must turn to that path in order to not suffer the wrath of God.
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