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In Ghana, Duncan Williams Preaches Mandela Instead of Christ

How Mandela's, ex-wife, Winnie, went from 'shy country girl' to political firebrand and international celebrity
How Mandela’s, ex-wife, Winnie, went from ‘shy country girl’ to political firebrand and international celebrity

It is sad to see in this day and age that there are many pastors who no longer want to mirror Christ, but they rather mirror their own celebrity idols. Recently, the Archbishop of Action Faith Ministries, Nicholas Duncan Williams was quoted saying that he wants to live and die like Nelson Mandela. Did Mandela ever confess to being a Christian? He wasn’t buried as one, he was buried as a Xhosa chief.

At the Service, which was attended by Former President Rawlings and President Johna Mahama, Duncan said, “I want to be like him when I am old and gray-haired; that is the way I want to go, it’s a good way to go. I must say God will grant me my desire”.

 

Why should any pastor want to be like a man who never committed his life to Jesus Christ?

In more heresy, Duncan Williams told his congregation that the late South African president showed the world how to forgive and reconcile and all should learn from the forgiving spirit of Mandela.

What about the forgiving Spirit of Jesus Christ who reconciled the word?

In 1 Corinthians 11:1 of the Bible the Apostle Paul wrote “Imitate me, just as I also imitate Christ.” If the pastor at your church is imitating Nelson Mandela who are you suppose to imitate?

Duncan Williams is known in many parts of the world as the “Apostle of Strategic Prayer” and is the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM). CAFM has over 150 affiliate and branch churches located in North America, Europe, Asia and Africa. Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International. Prayer Summit International brings the message and the power of prayer to many U.S. and international cities with its emphasis on corporate prayer and breaking down the spiritual barriers that hinder revival.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams has authored several books and can be seen weekly on his television program “The Voice of Inspiration” which is viewed by millions in Europe and Africa.

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