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Being a pastor requires training, Nana Agradaa lacks that – Prophet Nana Yaw Blessing on Agradaa’s arrest

92fda88b 7163 47c9 b65e 09596d60505e Being a pastor requires training, Nana Agradaa lacks that - Prophet Nana Yaw Blessing on Agradaa's arrest

Founder and Leader of House of Prayer for All Nation Family (HOPFAN) in Cape Coast, Prophet Nana Yaw Blessing has underscored the fact the arrest of Evangelist Patricia Asiedu popularly known as Nana Agradaa isn’t surprising to him because she is yet to be a born again as Christian and this should be a wake-up call to other fake men of God.

According to him, the fact that she claimed she had repented from being a Fetish Priestess and was accepted into Christianity, didn’t qualify her to be a Christian leader, let alone become a member of the clergy.

“To rise to become a Pastor of a church requires training. Not necessarily schooling but a certain training that qualifies one to lead the flock of Jesus Christ. She didn’t have any training so deciding to lead as a pastor would obviously result in her having some problems as has happened”.

He furthered that, when someone becomes born again, that individual goes through what is called the new converts class. When that is completed, she has to go through other training sessions under the tutelage of the Head Pastor to qualify him or her to be ordained the same.

The House of Prayer for All Nation Family leader was speaking to DC Kwame Kwakye on the topic “Modern Christianity and Nana Agradaa’s Arrest in Focus” on GBC Radio Central’s ‘About Life’ Show today Sunday 23rd October 2022.

When his attention was drawn to the fact Evangelist Patricia Asiedu was ordained as a priest, Prophet Blessing argued that “All the Pastors who ordained her didn’t have the Holy Ghost in them. If they had, it would have directed them to know that she wasn’t readyq for the job as a woman of God”.

Cautioning Ghanaians on the attitude of some fake men of God, he averred that, the fact that somebody is a big man or woman within the clergy doesn’t necessarily mean such ones have encountered God or the Holy Spirit. “This accounts for the rot we see around Christianity, especially in Ghana”.

“If there are about 10,000 clergies in Ghana, not more than 500 of them would be doing the work of God genuinely according to the tenets of the Bible” he affirmed.

He however assured all that all those fake pastors who are destroying the work of God would be duly punished by God at the appropriate time.

“The only way to stop such Agradaa-like occurrences is to have an enlightened flock that can decipher between correct clergy from the bad ones. When that is known, people should stop attending such churches”, he ended.


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