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Idol worship has nothing good to offer – Bishop Agyinasare fires

So far as they are in accordance with the written word of God, Archbishop Charles Agyinasare, the Archbishop of Perez Chapel International, Dzorwulu, says he believes in traditional authority, traditions, and practices.

He said, “Before I begin my crusades, I go to see the chief and elders everywhere I travel for crusades.

He continued by saying that even during Ghana Month in March 2023, he and his congregation observed the occasion by donning regional attire from the 16 regions.

At the Perez Chapel International’s second Sunday service, the archbishop made this statement.

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“Who Ruled the Cosmic World II – God versus Idols” was the subject of his sermon.

The Archbishop claimed that according to God’s instructions, there should be no worship of any other gods.

As a result, he exhorted Christians to focus solely on serving God and to abstain from all forms of idol worship, which had nothing beneficial to give them.

His statement that “the quality of your life is determined by the quality of your God” was accompanied by the observation that many individuals attended church but continued to serve other causes.

The Archbishop remarked that through establishing orphanages, hospitals, and schools, Christianity had greatly benefited the nation.

He claimed that having religion has improved lives as well.


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