The founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel, Rev. Obofour,  has stated that he doesn’t believe in heaven and if it is there, he can choose to believe it or not.

In a sermon addressing his congregation, he said, he doesn’t know heaven but it is this earth he knows.

“For me, I don’t know heaven, it is this earth I know. Even if I like I will not believe in heaven. Where is heaven? Do I know there? I have traveled to America, Washington, everywhere but didn’t see heaven there.” He stated.

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The controversial pastor continued that, we have not even passed the exams God has set for us on this earth than to think of other things we know nothing about.

The man of God who seemed to be jabbing some of his fellow pastors said most of them preach about heaven to scare the congregation and only to raise money for themselves — which he claimed will never do that.

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The ‘prophetic Shatta’ as he is affectionately called also stated that, the work of God should be similar to what the Moslems practice. Of which he explained, they are growing faster than Christians because they love themselves.

“Someone will say, a pastor and you are praising Moslems. are you Crazy?! Moslems, are you better than them? Deep kiss for the Moslem community” He blew.

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Rev Obofour is the same pastor who described Shatta Wale as the nation’s preacher because he touches on relevant issues that gospel songs don’t tackle.

According to him, the content of most gospel songs is jaded.

The man of God said he needs songs that will make him dance; songs that will help his congregation burn calories so they don’t get knocked down by a stroke.

Before that controversial statement, he also shared about 15 cars in a single day among the hard-working members in his ministry.

He dashed some to another popular pastor, Rev Badu Kobi as well as Efiewura’s actress auntie Bee.

Source: Ghpage

 

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