Prophet Bishop Owusu Bempah
Hear ye me, oh Dr. Bishop Isaac Owusu Bempah of Glorious Word Power Ministry International (GWPMI). Count the misfortune that has befallen you, sending a cold chill down your spine and filling your entire body skin with goosebumps as a blessing.
See a blessing and opportunity in your current problem that is dividing the nation and having tongues wagging.
Some Ghanaians have started clothing your current incident in political colours. This is totally wrong and very opportunistic of those forcing political clothes upon your self-inflicted incident.
Although you’ve erred, letting God the Creator whom you believe to worship and love and the sitting President, your friend, down, your demise is purposed for the healing of Ghana.
Ghana is presently very seriously sick. She is suffering from lawlessness, armed robberies, kidnappings, insults, arsons, official and general corruption, fatal lorry accidents, and all silly baneful problems one can think of. It is about time the numerously self-inflicted national problems were solved.
These problems can effectively be solved by dealing mercilessly with those powerful and highly-placed ones in the society who believe they can break the laws of the land with impunity. Once such big fishes are caught in the nets of the law, restricting their freedom, they must be dealt with as natural justice demands.
When the small fishes become aware of how the big fishes are flayed and roasted before the law without mercy, they will think twice if they want to grow bigger living in absolute freedom.
Therefore, if the alleged or obvious friend of the incorruptible President Nana Akufo-Addo can be allowed to face the full rigours of the law when he errs, without the President intervening to save him from the long piercing arm of the law, I, Rockson Adofo, the ordinary sympathizer of the President, will think twice before deciding on breaking the law.
By this, almost all Ghanaians will take the cue to behave themselves more responsibly to bring peace and prosperity to the nation.
No one will henceforth see themselves as being above the law. Even the President is under the law of the land, how much less his friends?
Reverend Owusu Bempah MUST stand down (delete) all his numerously law-breaking videos posted on YouTube and other social media platforms. Such videos he has posted on intent to showing his prophetic acumen, freedom to commit, or propose the committing of, crimes, with impunity, are not good at all.
Reverend Owusu Bempah, I am advising you in the capacity of a senior brother or senior Juaben-Ashanti kinsman. I am older than you in age and have eaten more salt than you. I want you to drink from my overflowing fountain of wisdom free of charge. It will do you good if you will heed my advice this time around.
The bible says in Matthew 23:12, “Whoever exalts himself will be humbled, and whoever humbles himself will be exalted”. And again in Proverb 16:18 – “Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall”.
Haughty is defined as “unfriendly and seeming to consider yourself better than other people”.
I am still emphasizing the need to see the current problem of Bishop Owusu Bempah as come to help Ghana conquer some of her tormenting problems by quoting Dr. Laurie Nadel: She says, “Every misfortune is a blessing in disguise.” The prophet and others had better get copies of her book titled, “Discovering Hope, Healing, and Strength When Disaster Strikes”, to read.
The quack but allegedly reformed fetish priest “Okomfo Agradaa” was an agent used by the devil to bring Bishop Owusu Bempah down. Nonetheless, if Satan knew that by helping to kill Jesus Christ he was rather going to bring redemption to humankind, he would not have done it.
Similarly, if Owusu Bempah steels himself to see the opportunities in his problem for Ghana as a whole, he will not suffer the pains he is in so much but be cooled by the resultant joy and benefits to the nation to shame that “Kalabule Okomfo Agradaa”
To conclude, I quote British Prime Minister Winston Churchill who said, “The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty”
Let Owusu Bempah and his sympathizers see opportunity in his current difficult problem. He will not come out the same pompous, loquacious, election-results-prophesying, and ready to rebut person but a much more matured, patient, and slow to react to provocations individual.
By Rockson Adofo