God Is Too Busy to Give Prophecies about Football — Papa Shee Jabs Owusu Bempah, Eagle Prophet and Others Who Prophesied about the Black Stars

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Before the Black Stars started their Afcon 2019 campaign, many pastors gave out prophecies concerning the team, with some saying they would win the trophy and others saying they won’t.

During the tourney, Owusu Bempah was also reported to have predicted that the Stars would win the tournament.

However, all that came to naught as the Stars were kicked out at the Round of 16 stage by Tunisia.

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Responding to those preachers, former hiplife artist turned Evangelist, Papa Shee, said Ghanaians should not listen to such pastors.

According to him, they’re only lying for attention since God is too busy to be paying attention to football.

“Some pastors speak when they’ve not heard from God. They just exaggerate and fabricate ways to have popularity or fame. God has more things to do…God doesn’t have time for soccer,” Shee said on Hitz Fm.

“Souls are perishing and God will send you to prophesy about soccer? They are liars. They haven’t met God.” he added.

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I would have thought that God was omni-whatever the Christians say he is and would never be too busy for anything but whatever.

If Ghanaians don’t know enough not to listen to prophets by now, including Papa Shee himself; then there’s no use to continue beating that drum.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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