General News of Monday, 26 November 2012
Gospel musician Cecilia Marfo has said God has told her He is angry with five leading and well known pastors in Ghana and the results of the anger may be disastrous for the country.
The gospel singer has not mentioned the names of the five pastors God told her He is angry with but she says the said pastors have refused to hold large crusades to pray for the peace of Ghana as they were instructed by God.
According to the singer, the prophecy she received indicated that some five big men of God had been disobedient to Him and that alone could cause this nation a lot of harm during the elections.
Cecilia, also called ‘Prophetess’, said God told her these things in a prophecy that came to her at midnight while she was praying for the peace of Ghana.
She stated that the prophecy said the ‘devil’ had thrown some spiritual particles at some particular polling stations and those were the places that could generate trouble for the country.
“God then asked me in the prophecy to intercede for this country. He said I should go round the city with speakers on my car and preach peace to people and also caution them of the plans of the evil in this election.
He continued that I should be holding mini crusades in different places in the city to pray with Ghanaians. God said, when we do these things, He will shower some water to quench the fire the devil wants to spark in this year’s elections.
So, if you see me in your area, don’t be surprised at all but rather join me to spread the word and to also pray for this country.
And on 6th December, 2012, all believers in the Lord and well meaning Ghanaians will join me to intercede for the peace of our dear nation Ghana at the Obra Spots, Circle, Accra,” Cecilia added. She noted: “I have also invited all political leaders and their party members to be present at the worship and prayer night.
The President of the Republic of Ghana, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama will be the special guest of honor and the flag-bearers of other opposition parties in Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo, Hassan Ayariga, Abu Sakara, and Paa Kwesi Ndoum. There will be some reverend ministers from all Pentecostal, Charismatic and Orthodox Churches at the programme.”
Other musicians have also been invited to join the worship and prayer night to pray to stop the devil form his evil plans.