Reverend Anthony Ampah, the Senior Pastor of the Glory Assemblies of God in Tema has urged Ghanaians not be troubled by economic and social challenges in their pursuit to seek for spiritual help in the right environment.
He said some dubious characters were parading themselves as men of God and are taking undue advantage of the current global economic hardships to dupe unsuspecting people.
Rev. Ampah, who is also the Ashaiman West District Pastor of the Assemblies of God, Ghana, gave the advice in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at the end of a 40-day prayer and fasting for the church and nation.
Rev Ampah called on his fellow Pastors and church leaders to help their members to read and understand the Bible in order to apply the words of God in all life’s endeavour to save them from falling prey to false prophets.
“We need to be spiritually alert as pastors to help our people see the light through the study word of God for a victorious Christian life to enable us impact positively on our communities, nation and the world at large.
“This is the only right channel for Ghanaians, and for that matter Christians to overcome life’s challenges” he said.