Owusu Bempah added that junior pastors in the church of that particular bishop would become rebellious, split the church and break away to form their own churches with a chunk of the congregation.
Reverend Owusu Bempah made the prediction in response to news reports that Bishop Charles Agyin Asare of the Perez Chapel had predicted the death of false prophets in Ghana this year.
“This year, God will cleanse His church and false prophets are going to fall down dead,” Bishop Agyin Asare said when he delivered a sermon at his Dzorwulu church last week.
Agyin Asare’s prediction apparently did not go down well with Owusu Bempah and in an interview with Okay FM, he told Abeiku Santana that it was not only false prophets who would die but false bishops would also die, starting with a popular bishop at Dzorwulu in Accra.
“Bishop Charles Agyin Asare, in giving his prophesies, did not mention any name but only said some false prophets would die. If so, then some bishops who do not see visions, all they do is to eat, mount the pulpit and talk, some of them would also die this year. So if some prophets would die because they are false prophets, we all know there are false bishops and the bishops would also die this year,” Owusu Bempah noted.
He continued: “So we are all praying that the false prophets should die but the false bishops must also die. Some of those false bishops would have their junior pastors rising against them. Their junior pastors would split the church and break away. It would hurt the bishops and they would get heart problems.
“This issue of junior pastors rising against their bishops and breaking away would start from Dzorwulu in Accra and when those bishops sleep, they can’t sleep. They would die,” Rev Owusu Bempah added.
Source: Daily Guide