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Founder and Chief Pastor of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare

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Founder and Chief Pastor of Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare retaliated against Ghana’s police services, advising them not to worry about spiritual matters.

His comment follows a December 27 directive regarding how men of God should prophesy in the line of duty.

Delivering a sermon on Sunday, January 9, 2022, Bishop Agyinasare declared that such conduct – seeking to regulate prophecies – would amount to legislating on prophecy.

He claimed that even the meteorological service department also made predictions which can sometimes be taken to instill fear in the population.

The famous man of God also said that the police should not use their scarce resources to try to analyze the content of the prophetic video footage they received.

“Our weather service sometimes makes predictions with its scientific machines, which causes fear and sometimes the things they say don’t come true.

“So the police administration urged us to be careful of prophecies that will scare… overall on the 31st [night] the church obeys. He shouldn’t use their scarce resources to try to analyze the prophecies. If we are not careful very soon, they will analyze our sermons, tell us what to preach, ”stressed a worried bishop Charles Agyinasare.

“I want to warn the police administration that they have done their best. They told us to be careful of prophecies that will cause danger, fear and panic. Overall, the church has complied.

“But they should please don’t want to legislate over prophecy because they don’t have what it takes to legislate against prophecy. They should leave that to the spiritual people and we promise them that we will make sure. so that there is no confusion. ”he said.

The Ghana Police Service recently issued guidelines for preachers of the gospel on how they should go about transmitting prophecies.

In its latest statement, the Service said it has taken action to determine whether certain video footage it received from pastors prophesying on December 31, 2021, had the potential to cause fear and panic among members of the public.

According to the statement seen by GhanaWeb, the men of God found guilty of acting in violation of the police department’s warning against prophecies of doom will be taken to court.

“As a result of this initiative, several video footage has been brought to our attention regarding the communication of prophecies on the night of December 31, 2021.

“Police have started analyzing these videos to determine if any of them violate the country’s laws and anyone found guilty will be brought to court,” part of the statement said.

The police department, in a statement ahead of the night shift duty on December 31 last year, issued a stern warning to men of God to renounce prophecies that will cause fear and panic.

Citing the laws of the country, he said that “it is a crime for any person to publish or reproduce any statement, rumor or report which is likely to cause fear and alarm in the public or to disturb public order. , when that person has no evidence to prove that the statement, rumor or report is true.

He also noted that those found guilty of being on the wrong side of this law could face a 5-year jail term.

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