A Founding Member for the National Association of Clergy Rev. Dr. James Mensah, has averred that the use of ‘nkoto’, stickers and ‘aburamusuo’ and other items in some churches is occultism and not divine worship.
The respected man of God said some individuals have taken advantage of the gullibility of lazy Christians and exploiting them all in the name of fake miracles.
Appearing on Frontline on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm that the power of Christ surpasses that of creams, stickers and water sold in some churches today.
”Why should people buy stickers, creams, water and other items in churches when the power of Christ surpasses all these things? The practice is occultism, animistic and evil. Christians should be wise and see the powers behind these so-called men of God,” he declared.
He warned Christians to stop jump from one church to another, all in search of miracles.
To the men of God, he advised them not to seek money and abandon their core mandate of winning souls for Christ.
He posited that although we have seen advancement in Christianity, it lacks caution with the majority of latter pastors doing things anyhow.
Rev. Dr. Mensah called for sanity and discipline among pastors because what we are witnessing today lacks direction and focus.
He said pastors are people who have been called and should not engage in abnormal behaviours.