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Doom For Corrupt Leaders – Pastor Predicts 3/19/2007
The Associate Pastor of the New Life Community Baptist Church in Tamale, Pastor Zacchaeus Sabani has envisaged doom for some leaders of this country who are manipulating and exploiting other persons or looting State’s coffers for their selfish gains. According to the Pastor, though this year 2007 biblically was a year of double blessings, any mischievous politician or reverend minister who intended taking undue advantage of his/her position to exploit the people especially the poor and less privileged was in for “double curses”.


Pastor Sabani, who was preaching at the New Life Community Baptist Church’s auditorium over the weekend, asserted that whatever public money would be spent by a politician or a Clergy without correct accountability, would be “vomited through the nose at the day of judgment”. His sermon was mainly taken from Leviticus chapter 25 verses 8 to 36, which talks about the Golden Jubilee and its associate blessings and curses. The New Life Community Baptist Church under the able leadership of Rev. Thomas N.T.C. Armah since the commencement of the year 2007, has kept cautioning members and the general public against any possible misconduct that has the tendency of turning God’s double blessings into double curses.



The young and energetic Pastor, who vehemently predicted a lot of blessings and opportunities for Ghana and its leaders in 2007, was quick to warn that all the blessings would turn into curses if our leaders fail to obey God and avail themselves to his directions, saying, they must respect the people they are leading, respect God, obey and love Him at all times.




Reiterating this caution, Pastor Zacchaeus Sabani charged the congregation to take what he termed “a strategic ambushment” or strategically position themselves in order not to miss the blessings of God. The New Life Community Baptist Church which is currently on a campaign against poverty among the poor in and outside the church, called on the government to put in pragmatic efforts to alleviate poverty and unemployment among Ghanaian youth to step down social vices.

 
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