Entertainment of Tuesday, 25 October 2016
The founder of ‘Face of Grace’ fellowship Evangelist Lord Kenya has stated that pastors who establish their own churches without the instruction of God will face judgement.
He said it is wrong for people to set up churches just to reap people of their monies and properties under the pretext of worshiping God.
Speaking with Ike Da-Unpredictable on Abusua FM’s Abusua Drive, he said lots of people who are spiritually blind are ready to embark on dubious activities to gain money no matter who is affected.
He observed that the influx of self-acclaimed pastors who have not received the calling and are always in a rush to establish their own churches by selling ‘anointed oils, shea butter and water’ among other items due to the economic hardship the country is faced with have themselves to blame.
Evangelist Lord Kenya cautioned pastors engaged in ‘fraudulent’ acts to desist from deceiving the public.
‘Anyone who establishes a church without the instruction of the Lord will face judgment. The Lord calls everyone but doesn’t send everybody; if you are not careful you will deceive the populace by selling things you are not supposed to, remember the world belongs to somebody, not all things befit us,’ he said.
He entreated Ghanaians especially the youth to emulate his new adopted lifestyle and desist from engaging in worldly acts.
‘The gods of this world have spiritually blinded lots of people, this world is ruled by a smaller god, there are so many people who physically walk with their eyes but are spiritually blind.
I used to incite people through my performances and songs to follow the devil blindly but I don’t engage in such worldly activities anymore, so why must you? The Lord has gifted me with so many things such as healing, word and prophecies. I thought I was tough, but spiritually I was blind.
Lots of rich people are burdened with other issues, now drinking ‘akpeteshie’, smoking wee and getting myself arrested by police is no more my worry,’ he explained.
Evangelist Kenya who will be celebrating his six year anniversary into the Christendom will organise a programme from Tuesday–Sunday at 5:30pm at Ahodwo Melcolm, a suburb of Kumasi, dubbed ‘God does not wear wrist watch’.
He called on Ghanaians to pray without ceasing and invited them to join him celebrate Christ.
‘I am inviting my friends in the creative arts industry, DJs and everyone to join me worship God,’ he called.
Uncle Ato, Rev Akwaboah, Don Simon, Pastor Joe Bechem, Agnes Opoku Agyemang, Hagar Appiah, Agape Incorporated, Morris de baby face, Selasi, Jack Alolome and others are expected to perform at the programme.
Evangelist Kenya’s ‘Face of Grace’ fellowship meeting days start on Fridays and Sundays.