Reverend George Lutterodt has taken a swipe at Ghanaians who lambast ‘doomsday’ prophets on social media.
Speaking on Adom FM’s Entertainment Hall with host Mike 2 on Saturday, Counsellor said the greatest gift that can be given to any human is to know when they would die.
According to him, it’s the best prophecy if we all knew when we would die.
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Not long after the death of Ghanaian musician, Priscilla Opoku-Kwarteng popularly known as Ebony, some Pastors have claimed credit for predicting her death.
Most Ghanaians who were tired of the prophecies included Prophet Nicholas Osei, also known as Kumchacha and General Overseer of the International Central Gospel Church (ICGC), Pastor Mensa Otabil, expressing their frustrations at the utterances of the men of God in Ghana.
But Counsellor Lutterodt says those condemning the doomsday prophets should take it easy.
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“If someone prophesies into your life that you will die in the next two weeks, it’s the best thing because no one knows when they will die”, he noted.
Citing an instance from the Bible, Counsellor Lutterodt said “if you read the Bible, before anyone dies, they are informed so they put their things in place”.
Mr Lutterodt, therefore, advised those running away from prophecies to ignore the pastors if they don’t believe them but to attack the men of God on a personal note, he condemned.
“Some stupid people play with men of God. If a fetish priest talks, everyone keeps quiet. It’s the best prophecy if we all knew when we would die.”