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Christians are not ready to serve God but want miracles – Rev. Yamoah-Ghansah

Founder of Gospel Ambassadors Church, Rev. Ebenezer Yamoah-Ghansah, has indicated that most Ghanaians are not ready to serve God but only follow miracles.

Rev. Ebenezer Yamoah Ghansah in an interview with Sokoo Hemaa, on mid-day drive on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm, said he believes in miracles but the mandate of a Pastor, is to teach people the word of God and not be selling different kinds of oils in the church.

The man of God further agued that Ghanaians are also not serious about their christian life.

According to him, some Christians have moved away from the core principles of Christianity and engaging in lifestyles that is contrary to God’s word.

He recounted a young man from his church went to a different man of God in search of miracles and was given an oil to bath with. However, the oil had a bad influence on him and he nearly went mad, he said.

He suggested some of them who parade themselves as men of God are influenced by occult powers hence the need for Christians to be careful.

According to him, the devil has nothing good to offer but just to steal, destroy and to kill therefore, cautioning the youth to be careful.

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