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Stealing, Fornication And Alcoholism Don’t Make Man Of God Fake – Nigel Gaisie



A very renowned Ghanaian prophet, Prophet Nigel Gaisie, the General Overseer of the Prophetic Hill Chapel, has made a very controversial disclosure about men of God, which has caused a lot of stir on the internet.

According to the prophet he’s so much worried about how cheaply Ghanaians see men of God who engage themselves in some acts as evils and easily tag them ‘fake pastors’

He made this controversial statement by stating some key acts such as alcoholism, stealing and fornication.

Prophet Nigel Gaisie added by clearing off doubts that each and everyone has gotten their weaknesses that they are struggling to overcome – so as men of God

He believes that being a man of God doesn’t make one an angel or God as a whole to live a sin-free live.

“When a vessel of God drinks alcohol, steals, or womanises, it doesn’t make him or her fake. Every mortal vessel has a weakness. What makes a man of God fake is that he has changed his covenant with God,” he said

He drew the line as to when to call a man of God fake by saying that one can be tagged as ‘fake’ man of God only if that person doesn’t preach Jesus or his behavior doesn’t portray Jesus

We have only on Covenant, one foundation… so it that man of God is not preaching Jesus or his deeds are not Jesus [then you can say he is fake]”, Prophet Nigel Gaisie added

He made all these argumentative pronouncements by giving out biblical examples, citing the genealogy of Jesus, King David and Elijah as individuals who were very powerful but were also having some weaknesses

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