An Accra-based Man of God, Pastor Richard Reindorf, has rubbished the 2018 prophecies of the Founder and leader of the Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, saying they are a pack of lies.
According to him, Rev Owusu Bempah does ‘not read his Bible’ hence his penchant for labelling vague predictions as prophecies from God.
Explaining his point, he indicated that prophecies in the Bible are specific, detailed and not based on speculations laced with lies as is in the case of Rev Owusu Bempah.
Reverend Owusu Bempah has been known to make predictions of what will happen in the coming year at the end of every year, and this year was no different.
Key among his predictions for 2018 were: the death of a first lady; the death of a popular footballer and journalist; the death of many police personnel; and the death the children of some persons he accused of mocking him.
His predictions, considered by many as doom prophecies, have generated a lot of debate on social media.
Sharing his opinion on the prophecies, Pastor Reindorf found everything wrong with Rev Owusu-Bempah’s prophecies because unlike his vague predictions which do no come true, “whatever God prophesies is bound to happen and no mortal can block them”.
“From Genesis to Malachi God he fulfilled all his promised except two. His prophecies are specific and detailed ….Does not make vague statements and are mostly directed to the people affected and not Church members as in the case of Reverend Owusu Bempah”, he said.
Speaking in an interview with Mynewsgh.com, he further chastised Rev Owusu-Bempah for predicting the deaths of children of those who allegedly mocked him.
“On the cross Yeshua ben Jehovah (Jesus), did not curse those who falsely accused Him, rather, He prayed for them, yet Rev [Owusu] Bempah says that children of certain people will die. What God do you serve Mr Bempah?” he quizzed.
Pastor Reindorf declared his readiness to challenge Rev Owusu Bempah on his prophecies, wondering why most of the predictions he made last year like the death of Nigeria’s President, Muhammad Buhari, never materialized.