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The Bible Didn’t say We Should Apply ‘Abeyifo Nku’ – KODA Jabs Obofuor: Gospel singer Kofi Owusu Duah Antoh a.k.a KODA has disclosed that Christians fall for fake miracles by certain prophets because they don’t read their Bibles.

Many Ghanaian prophets have been using strange things and ways to spiritually solve problems of their church members and it’s sometimes beyond human imagination.

Speaking with Amansan Krakye on Radio Central, the Takoradi-based gospel singer revealed that it’s lack of knowledge that’s making people for these miracles.

“All these issues of selling handkerchief, Abeyifo Nku etc in the church is as a result of Christians not reading the Bible. The Bible says resist the devil and he will flee from you, the Bible didn’t say apply witchcraft pomade and the devil will flee from you”, he said.

“The only way we can prevent such exploitation in the church is through intensive Biblical teachings for Christians to know the truth. If we stop buying these witchcraft pomade and they realise sales have dropped drastically these fake prophets will find something better to do”, he added.

Source: Asembi.com

 

 

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