Founder and Leader of the Christian Action Faith Ministries, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, has a very dire warning for us the people of Ghana: the ‘demonic’ disease Ebola is right on our doorstep and we need to get ready.
The pastor made the pronunciation during the church service to his congregation and as reported by Starrfmonline.
According to him, he received a very a very special visit from God, and after some stimulating conversation the revelation was made to him.
“I was resting and at 1am, the Spirit of the Lord woke me up and He said: ‘Are you sleeping?’ And I said: ‘Yes I’m sleeping’, and He said: ‘Wake up!’ So I did and He said: ‘You have to go into prayer because the Ebola virus is looking for a door to enter your country between October [and] November’. So I’m telling you, you can write it down. I don’t just say things”
The Archbishop went on to describe how he gave the same warning in Liberia, and that based on his 38 years experience in ministry, he believes he has built enough credibility for people to take this warning seriously.
Interestingly, he touched on some of the conspiracy theories people bandy about behind the source of this outbreak, but also said that is not particularly his priority. The priority is to get Ghanaians prepared for a disease killing people on such a level, that it can only be described as demonic.
Fervent prayers, as always, might be the solution to this impending epidemic. He would be praying, and we must all join him to try and stave off this disaster from ever hitting the shores of this country.
So for the next month be very careful who you touch, you don’t want to be the index case in Ghana; that is if you believe the archbishop.
I remain a little sceptical, but he said we should mark it down so I have for future reference. All those prayers we pray for divine intervention, it’s finally time for God to step up to the plate and do something for us.
So is it a valid prophecy? And when it doesn’t happen does that mean our prayers worked? Damn these prophecies; always double edged and covering all angles.