There Are Many in the Church Today Who Would Not Make It To Heaven – Says Mensa Otabil – Does that Include Himself?

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Ghanaian preachers of today continue to live large whilst preaching the doctrine of heaven to their congregants, and they still keep buying it.

The pastors get to enjoy an affluent life on earth, but for the followers they have to suffer here and wait to chill in heaven – conveniently after they’re dead.

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Pastor Mensa Otabil, one of the pastors living large on earth, has warned his congregants that simply going to church cannot get them into heaven after they die.

The preacher alleged of helping to embezzle Ghc 610m of our precious taxpayer money tweeted that the only way to get to heaven is to have a personal relationship with God and not just by going to church.

“Coming to Church is good but that won’t save you. What will save you is your relationship with Christ Jesus; it is accepting and confessing Jesus as Lord and Savior. #LivingWord,” Otabil tweeted.

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Translation: you can embezzle all you want but you’re going to get into heaven so long as you’re tight with Jesus.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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