According to the powerful man of God, not less than 70% of the so called Christians are worshipping idols and believe the lesser gods than the God Lord Almighty.
He made this revelation when preaching on Radio 1 100.7fm when choosing his words carefully from Ezekiel 14. He added that most christians are of the notion that the idols they adore so much in their hearts are quick to answer but God takes time.
He therefore advised that Christians of today who use their idols to curse their fellow christians or threaten them with idols to desist, if not, another damning sickness will befall the nation in the coming days.
Moreover, Apostle Isaac Oppong sent a strong message to his fellow prophets who prophesy from their minds to stop and rather wait to hear the word of God before making any pronouncement otherwise the wrath of God will befall them also.
Apostle Isaac Oppong went viral when spotted on the Accra - Kumasi stretch with his church members praying vehemently to avert the numerous accidents on the highway, particularly, from Suhum, Amanase, Asuboi to Nsawam.
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