The Founder and Leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC), Rev. Obofour has disclosed that despite he being fearless in outward behaviour, he easily trembles before the law. According to him, laws are made to be binding of anyone irrespective of status, influence, authority or affiliation.
In a live video broadcast on Facebook, Rev. Obofour indicated that lessons and advise taken of how the law could effect some control over his life and that of his dependents, makes him fear it the most than any other thing in the world.
In what he termed as a counsel to the young generation, Rev Obofour mentioned that even Jesus Christ couldn't rescue himself of the 'shackles' of the law, and that his crusification couldn't be avoided.
"In all my life that is my greatest fear. The law has no respect for anybody. Not even men of God could be spared.
"Before Jesus was sentenced to be crusified, the law was tested. He couldn't save himself from it. So don't joke with it," he stated.
Rev. Obofour intimated that his lawyers had warned him severally that he should be law abiding, lest some privileges and his right could be taken from him.
"My lawyer do tell me not to let the law get hold of me. All of what you are and will become is dictated by the judge. You lose yourself respect to it."
It is not clear what might have provoked him to share these lessons. But then, his message is just clear and appropriate.
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