If my prophecies fail to materialize, it doesn’t mean I’m a fraud, says a very defensive Prophet Isaac Owusu Bempah.
The founder and leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministries often gives prophecies at the end of the year which he says would happen in Ghana within the next 365 days.
Owusu Bempah has come under a lot of scrutiny because most of his prophecies for 2017 did not come to pass, thus making more people to see him for the fraud that he is.
However, the preacher has responded to those calling him a fraud. According to him, if a prophesy does not come to pass its because prayers have been used to stop it.
“You’ll see that some people say that the prophet prophesied and it didn’t come to pass, do you know what happened in the spirit when the prophet prophesied? Someone perhaps did something to avert that negative prophecy which is why it didn’t happen. It doesn’t mean that the prophet prophesied lies.” he said during his last sermon of 2017.
“There may be a prophecy about a nation and it may require the prayers of all its citizens or a group of people, or some anointed people. If these persons don’t pray, that calamity may happen so never say we prophesied and it didn’t come to pass.
“Those also saying that President Mahama didn’t die even after I said he will, do you know how many of his people came to see me and certain prayers that were offered? And because of that God delivered him and even with that, we saw a bit of harm come to him; that his aircraft almost crashed, he had a forced landing, that was a sign that but for prayer, something evil would have happened. So never say that the prophet made a false prophecy…” he added.
Owusu Bempah has given another list of prophecies for 2018, and already he himself knows most of them won’t happen so he has to give his excuses in advance. It’s a naked con which unfortunately Ghanaians refuse to see through.