Pastor Mensa Otabil has boldly declares to his followers on social media and all around the world that they will hear the voice of God, this has been causing stir on social media platform (Facebook). Despite the man of God post not related to the recent happenings in the country, a particular Ghanaian man has asked the popular and well respected man of God to speak on the situation.
However, we all know how things is going all around the world and the hardship the pandemic has caused us. Aside that, the hike in price of a lot of things is enough for us to hear the voice of God.
A lot of his followers has engulfed the post with hundreds going to thousands of Amen to the post. While many used the opportunity to call on God to intervene over their own situation. But some showed a different reaction to the post and demanded the man of God to speak on what is going on in the nation.
There is no doubt that we all need to hear God voice in this trying time and we all will surely hear God voice in Jesus name.
See screenshot of the post below and the man’s reaction;
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