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I Refused Calls To Condemn T. B. Joshua - Duncan Williams
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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams says he refused calls on him to condemn famous Nigerian Prophet, T. B. Joshua following the death of four people in a holy water stampeded at the Nigerian preacher’s church in Ghana a few months ago.

“Somebody called me recently and said what do you think about…people rushing to a place over holy water and dying and all that; we need you to say something; you have to speak up; you have to make a statement and I said ‘no’, I don’t make comments on matters like that”, Duncan-Williams told his congregation in a recent sermon which was replayed on Radio XYZ’s ‘Voice of Action’ Christian Programme on Sunday July 21.

He said: “I am not called to insult and to attack people”. The General overseer of the Christian Action Faith Ministries said he believed that: “That which is of God shall stand and what is not of God shall fail so I don’t insult people, I don’t attack people, whether they are genuine or false, it is not my job to attack and to insult them. You leave them to time. For the Bible says ‘what thing so ever God does shall be forever’, so anything that is of God shall stand and what is not of God is just a matter of time, it withers away”.

According to him, he told T. B. Joshua’s critics that: “Please don’t drag me into any situation to criticise, insult or attack anybody”.

On Sunday May 19, 2013, Four Christians died during a stampede for 'holy water' at T. B Joshua’s Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) at the Spintex Road.

The stampede started when the huge congregation rushed for the free holy water from the Nigerian Prophet Prophet’s spiritual Lieutenants.

About 30 people also sustained scathing injuries in the stampede which made both local and international headlines.

Source: XYZ news

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Name: josh
This so called bishop (pope of Ghana) thinks he is being smart. Jesus died for pointing out the deeds of false religion. This man is protecting his name not that of Christ and the souls who are being deceived by these false teachers and prophets. Christ said by their fruit you will know them. Beware of false prophets and teachers. They seek their own interests not Christ.
Name: asem
We shall all pay for our deeds one day. We shall all appear before God and render accounts to him. God is the only one who can faithfully judge all human.
These guys are making good business in the name of God.
Name: Baba Konadu
BISHOP,Pls, don't follow those critics, you should remember that everyone has his or her purpose in this world.The man T.B Joshua,will not even mind them. If they have something to clarify with him they should go to him and confront.The whole just look as if some Ghanaian Pastors are jealous of him and what they can only do is to bring him down by tarnishing his name in Ghana here but not the whole world.Ghana is a small drop in the ocean of countries who visit his church every blessed day. Shame on the critics.

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