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Pastor Makes Congregants Confess Their Sexual Sins (Watch Video)

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Pastor Makes Congregants Confess Their Sexual Sins (Watch Video)

Ghanaian Cleric, Bishop Obinim, Leader and Founder of International Godsway Church is again in the news after making his congregation to openly confess their sexual sins.

These confessions were made by congregants of the International Godsway Church, Tema Branch.

The congregants narrated the number of sexual partners some of them had, ranging from 7-50 with different kinds of weird sex positions.

Below is the video of how Obinim’s congregation confessed their sexual escapades.

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Happy Sunday: Why Is Total Forgiveness Difficult Amongst Christians

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I have been a Christian for more than 17 years and I have noticed that Christians find it difficult to forgive and forget despite the teachings on love.

Many tend to preach forgiveness only when they have paid back. Others will never forget what has happened to them and there are those who justify paying back fellow believers with evil by quoting scriptures.

This situation which we find ourselves in is a true confirmation that the end is near. People setting up one another, pastors dragging church properties, backbiting in the church especially the choir, promotion of ministers based on ethnicity, fighting over boy/girlfriends, quarreling over income, praying for the death of people, etc are proofs that the church is not practicing true forgiveness.

Christians should learn how to forgive just the way Christ did for us. Please, fellow Christians, why is total forgiveness difficult for we Christians and how can we practice total forgiveness?

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“God Banned My Friend’s Wife From Heaven For Failing To Pay Tithe” — RCCG Pastor Defends Pastor Adeboye (Watch Video)

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Prophecy 2018

Pastor Mike Nwanegbo of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has defended general overseer Enoch A Adeboye who said anyone who doesn’t pay tithe would not enter heaven.

According to Nwanegbo, his friend’s wife was in a vision where she was barred from entering heaven because she wasn’t a tither. He criticised unconventional and controversial pastor Sunday Adelaja for faulting Adeboye’s “tithe for heaven” conclusion.

End time pastors that are all about money. Nawa 000!

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Good Friday : Who, What, Why: Why is Good Friday called Good Friday?

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Who, What, Why: Why is Good Friday called Good Friday?

It is the day when Christians commemorate Jesus Christ’s crucifixion. So why is it called Good Friday?

According to the Bible, the son of God was flogged, ordered to carry the cross on which he would be crucified and then put to death. It’s difficult to see what is “good” about it.

Some sources suggest that the day is “good” in that it is holy, or that the phrase is a corruption of “God’s Friday“.

However, according to Fiona MacPherson, senior editor at the Oxford English Dictionary,

the adjective traditionally “designates a day on (or sometimes a season in) which religious observance is held”.

The OED states that “good” in this context refers to “a day or season observed as holy by the church”,

hence the greeting “good tide” at Christmas or on Shrove Tuesday. In addition to Good Friday,

there is also a less well-known Good Wednesday, namely the Wednesday before Easter.

The earliest known use of “guode friday” is found in The South English Legendary, a text from around 1290, according to the dictionary.

According to the Baltimore Catechism – the standard US Catholic school text from 1885 to the 1960s,

Good Friday is good because Christ“showed His great love for man, and purchased for him every blessing”.

The Catholic Encyclopedia, first published in 1907, state

s that the term’s origins are not clear. It says some sources see its origins in the term “God’s Friday” or Gottes Freitag,

while others maintain that it is from the German Gute Freitag.It notes that the day was called Long Friday by the Anglo-Saxons and is referred to as such in modern Danish.

The day also says that the day is known as “the Holy and Great Friday” in the Greek liturgy, “Holy Friday” in Romance Languages and Karfreitag(Sorrowful Friday) in German.

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