The founder and leader of International Gracelife Assemblies, Bishop William Finney Blay popularly called Solution Man says there are a lot of Christians with sick destinies but are unaware and the earlier the realise, the better for them.
According to the experienced and powerful man of God, Christians are born with what would happen to them in future, but these events and characters can be changed or destroyed.
He gave to ways to argue that some destinies are tampered with by evil spirits while others are changed through the utterances of the person.
"Knowing very well that one will succeed in future, witches and wizards in the family act as parasites on your destiny and you will never succeed in life. Again, once utterances and lifestyle also paves way for the destiny to be destroyed." - Solution Man said.
Moreover, he added that one would identify a sick destiny when life gets tough, never succeeds in anything he/she does, when there is rise and fall in life, etc.
He therefore ended that it requires a spiritual man who could do spiritual diagnoses to get antidotes to sick destinies.
By: Nana Gyasi | Radio 1 | Ghana
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