I Am Not Anti-Christ, I believe In God – Kenendy Agyapong

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong has shot down the notion that he is anti-Christ.

He made this known when he joined Parliament Chapel for their ‘Mpaebo Kesie’ prayer session last Friday.
According to him, “You are surprised that I am quoting the Bible. A lot of pastors said I am anti-Christ. I am not anti-Christ; I believe in God. I believe that anybody who does not believe in God is a fool. For me to sleep and wake up alone tells me God exists.”

He however revealed his hate for fake pastors who always try to put fear in people just to extort money from them. “I believe they are fake…Even the Bible made us aware that in the end there will be false prophets who will come in my name saying I am God, and when you are not careful to see the right pastors and continue to move from one pastor to another, your problems will not be solved.”

‘Mpaebo Kesie’ is one of the powerful prayer sessions at the Parliament Chapel International which is always filled with power-packed deliverance as Apostle Francis Amoako Attah exhausts the power and the authority of God.

Last Friday’s prayer session was exceptional due to the presence of one of the Presidential hopefuls, Hon Kennedy Agyapong whose presence killed the notion held by many people including some pastors that he is anti-Christ.
The Parliamentarian who was part of the service took time to address the congregation and expressed great confidence, hope and courage in the Word of God.

In his message, he revealed that an invitation was extended to him to attend the ‘Mpaebo Kesie” at Parliament Chapel.
He said: “Before this invitation, I met Apostle Francis Amoako Attah once at a program at Burma Camp. Before then, I watched his video when he gave a prophesy that the next president of Ghana will be Kennedy Agyepong.”

According to Kennedy Agyapong during their meeting at Burma Camp, he walked to Apostle Francis Amoako Attah and reminded him of the that prophesy.

“Lots of people sent that video to me. What he said gave me courage and so I didn’t just allow that prophesy to make me swollen-headed, I had to get to work hard and not to only rely on the prophesy and go to sleep. Today I am here and seeing the way you worship God, I know I am honoured to be here,” he said.

According to him, the hardships and wars across the world Ghana and the world have given us the courage as the Bible has given for people to live in peace.

“Because where there is peace God is there and so when you look at Mathew 5 v 9, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called sons of God. Today’s first sermon left us as Ghanaians to allow peace reign. Today is the day to settle all differences and be at peace with each other.”

He charged the congregation to be at peace, adding that for Parliament Chapel to grow it depends on peace; so is it for Ghana and the whole world.

Kennedy Agyapong also averred that the Blessings of God have cancelled and taken away all the burdens that people faced in 2022 and urged all to be glad that their problems are solved and God has answered all their prayers.
Kennedy Agyapong urged Ghanaians to work hard and build Ghana together.

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