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They Also Pray To God, So Whose Prayer Should Be Answered? Ghanaians React To Pastor's Against LGBTQ

A National Prayer Rally on LGBTQI by Christian community has been held at the Burma Camp Worship Centre of The Church of Pentecost. The event which took place on Sunday, March 21, 2021, witnessed the presence of great men of God drawn from the various sects; Orthodox, charismatic and spiritual churches.

Their earnest prayer to God was for him to intercede on behalf of the country in this era of LGBTQI. I believe Prayer is good, we were expecting a statement from the church to government on the LGBTQ, but we didn't hear that. The silence of my leadership didn't help please. It is not too late to do so anyway.

We are pulling down strongholds. Prayer is the only remedy. This prayer session is also a way of rallying against this ideology and warning to others not to get involve. Prayer is good but I don't know what u re praying for. Either for LGBTs to change their minds or for it not to be legalized? God is wise an it's bound to happen. Maybe not now but definitely, it will happen soon.

The only thing that can keep this LGBTQ thing from getting into society and destroying our moral fabric is a law. The prayer is ok but we can still get a leader who is going to make it come into force, how about that. So, the Churches business and focus should rather be on preaching salvation and teaching members to refrain from this abomination.

well, many Ghanaians like myself have also reacted fiercely to this prayers. Below are some of the comments.

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