Obinim finally replies Prophet Amoako-Attah over death prophecy

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Obinim finally replies Prophet Amoako-Attah over death prophecy
Obinim finally replies Prophet Amoako-Attah over death prophecy

The founder and leader of Freedom Chapel International, Francis Amoako-Attah popularly known as ‘Senior Prophet’ days ago predicted doom for his colleague pastor.

According to the Senior Prophet, Angel Obinim who is the Head Pastor of International God’s Way Church might lose his life this year.

He construed that Obinim is ‘finished’ as his time of destruction is nigh and also described him as a disgrace to the kingdom of God.

This obviously didn’t go down well with bishop Obinm as he has reacted to the death prophecy by Prophet Amoako Attah.

Obinim in reaction angrily said any pastor who predicts doom for his fellow in the Lord’s Vineyard is not actually called by God to work in his ministry.

He was of the view that, as inscribed in the Holy book of the Christians, anyone who seeks the face of God after a sin would be forgiven by Jesus Christ, so who is Prophet Amoako to judge him?, he quizzed.

“Don’t judge me, it is not in the Bible anywhere that when you mistakenly quote the bible you will go to hell? What kind of nonsense is this?” Obinim fumed.

Obinim averred that he’s holier than Prophet Amoako and is ever ready to meet Christ should he come today.

He added that the world seems not to understand him in his ministry, and by the time he is seen as a God sent, the rapture might have already occurred.

Source: ghpage.com

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