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Why must the devil pursue the innocent: Archbishop Duncan Williams speaks about the anti lgbtq bill

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has responded to the bill in parliament to fight against the practice of lesbianism and gay relationships or marriages in the country.

This is an issue that has become of interest to the whole Christian family. The church of Pentecost have already stated their stand on this and have made a public declaration on what they think about the bill.

According to the church of Pentecost, the bill will see to it that the purpose of God for every man on this earth will be fulfilled. The Christian faith strongly agrees to and believe that the normal or ordinary man should be paired with his opposite, the woman.

But failure to do so means that you’re not ready to abide by God’s will. According to the Archbishop Duncan Williams, this clearly tells us the age we are in.

He said that previously, Ghanaians used to talk about the fact that there will not come a time that a peaceful country like Ghana would have to battle an issue like this.

They said we will see homosexuals and wars in other countries but Ghana is a peaceful country and will never experience something like this but here we are.

Why must the devil pursue the innocent at this level of speed and progress if the end time is truly not near?, Archbishop Duncan Williams asked his congregation.

He also mentioned that he has had several revelations on things that will befall this country. He also said that there are other prophets preaching to Ghanaians about repentance and salvation.

But from him, he is very sure that people will not listen and this happened in the town of Sodom and Gomorrah and so did this happen in the time of Noah.

Archbishop Duncan Williams stated clearly that the arch is ready and he who enters at this very moment will be saved.

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