Churches have now become subjects of ridicule for non-believers. This activity is in the increase due to the actions and inactions of the leaders of the Christianity fraternity. Most at times, they make it so obvious that they rely on other sources, aside the power of Jesus Christ to perform miracles. A recent exposé on fake Prophets by Kennedy Agyapong enlightened the eyes of Ghanaians as we were made to realise that not all Pastors who present themselves as Men of God are real Men of God.
Certain revered top Men of God are now under fresh "attacks" by the Ghanaian citizens. There was a "battle" between some Ghanaians and Dag Heward-Mills on some issues of non-payment of SSNIT. Recently, Ghanaians are on Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams. During one of his sermons, he made it known that certain people wear materials that are made up of powers not from God. He recounted an incident when he shaked an individual who was wearing a ring. After he shaked that individual, his hand begun to tremble.
After he made that clear, he stated emphatically the ring he wears contains no power. This statement got people really talking. They say that, if indeed his ring contains no power, then he dispose it off.
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