The Eve of New Year each year is filled with big and small prophecies, hope-giving, as well as doomsday prophesies that have left many Ghanaians wondering if God has any good to offer the people of Ghana in 2020.
Ghana and Africa have received countless doomsday prophecies year in year out on the eve of the new year. It is a time at the tail end of the year when men of God, especially those in Ghana, only receive bad news and doom prophesies from God for the people of Ghana.
Strangely such prophesies either target political figures, political opponents, celebrities and other influential personalities. Some of these doomsday prophets and men of God have the gut to debunk prophecies of others.
As at the time of publishing this article, Ghanaians are still waiting for one ex-president to die per the 2018 prophecies of the doomsday prophets.
It has looked as though Ghana and Ghanaians only deserve doom prophesies on 31st December each year. God must be mean to always give men of God in Ghana such bad news on eve of December 31st without given remedies.
The pride with which such prophets go to radio and TV stations to explain such prophesies just in case they happen tells a lot as to their mindsets.
Some sections of the Ghanaian public hold the view that accepting such pronouncements as true have negative implications.
2020 being an election year will surely have a dozen of such prophecies that will tone this same old line from these people we call men of God.
It beats the imaginations of many as to why God does not reveal any positives or good things about Ghana and important personalities of the land at the end of each year.
God must be angry with the people of Ghana to continue to reveal only doom on such an important last day of the year.
On first January 2020, all prophets who either want to scare Ghanaians, or want to become popular across media platforms would have revealed their doom day prophesies during 31st Eve Watch Night Servies to usher in the new year. We have to crusade against every form of Doomsday Prophesies before 2020. The hashtag is #NoDoomsday2020 #NoDoomsdayProphecy2020
The truth is that God reveals to redeem however, many of such prophets either fail to act to help or are interested in ensuring their prophecies manifest to make them popular. Such prophesies are aimed at scaring people and to prevent them from leaving normal lives.
How can one plan his or her life, challenge himself or herself and follow his or her big dreams in life if he or she is told death awaits him in 2020?
During 31st December Night 2018, it was prophesied that the Chief Imam, Sheikh Nuhu Sharabutu, may die this year. Thank God he is still around.
Apart from the Chief Imam, it was also prophesied that Vice-President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, as well as former presidents John Kufuor and John Mahama, may also die.
Today, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, John Mahama, and Chief Imam, Sheikh Nuhu Sharabutu are alive to the glory of God.
Again, Shatta Wale is around after doomsday prophets prophesied that he was going to die through a fatal accident. Did they lie, did God change his mind, why have they not come out to tell us why the gentleman is still around?
When prophecies such as “You will die through a car accident” are made, a former vice president will die just a few to mention, one will expect the men of God to break such calamities but alas they don’t have what it takes.
If such prophesies are made about you, reject it in your spirit, pray about it, and seek God’s grace. No harm will come your way. We declare every doomsday prophesy on the eve of 31st Night blunt by thunder by fire.
The more you think about such scary statements, the quicker the fear sets in and makes false prophesies a reality in your life.
Reject it, Prophets of doom must not cause fear and panic with their 31-night prophecies. God be our helper and to hell with doomsday prophesies on 31st night.