The Founder and Leader of Alive Chapel International, Bishop Elisha Salifu Amoako has cautioned against attempts by some men of God who are not touched by the prophetic, to interpret prophecies. According to him, one risk inviting God's wrath upon him or herself by falsely holding themselves as prophets and prophetesses.
On the Prophetic School of Ministry which is broadcasted via his Facebook channel, Bishop Salifu Amoako said the interpretation of prophetic messages could only be given its true meaning by a true prophet, "anointed by the spirit." He disclosed that some men of God in the country for some exploitative reasons have ended up giving wrong interpretation of prophecies which had misled many others on the path God intended for them.
He thus urged men of God who are not touch and learned in the prophetic ministration to stay away from interpreting prophecies.
"Some people had falsely carried themselves to interpret it. The best person to interpret prophecies is the prophet. So interpreting it without the call is not right. You can teach but you can't interpret it,. So stop holding yourself as a prophet" he added.
Bishop Salifu Amoako noted with concern how these impersonations is affecting the prophetic ministration. He is known to be one of the country's great prophets who had held to a campaign to rid 'fake prophets' from Christianity.
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