Owusu Bempah’s prophecies about death are smart predictions – Policeman
Founder and Leader of Glorious Word Ministry, Rev. Owusu Bempah gave some prophecies about 2018 with an indication that some policemen will die during the just ended crossover sessions but there has been counter-reaction in less than 72hrs from one Detective who is not enthused about the development.
“It should not be said that prophesies that are revealed are repetitive because we only share what we see…. Let us remember Ghana Police in our prayers, otherwise we will hear of rampant deaths of officers within the force”, founder and leader of Glorious Word Ministry International, Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah has said.
Abdul Hanan Mohammed EL-Saeed, a policeman with the Police Headquarters in Accra, believes the Man of God is only being clever and smart in his predictions of happenings in 2018.
“In my mind’s eye, I am tempted to believe that preacher man’s prediction although like indicated earlier, I don’t have the kind of eyes he has, I think he is only being clever and smart”, he stated.
Read full text of his response below;
Touch wood! Touch wood! Touch wood! May the prophecy against any policeman or woman this year never come to pass.
I understand that Reverend Owusu Bempah has made some predictions/prophecies and said a lot of policemen will die. Although I cannot challenge his predictions/prophecies except to pray that it doesn’t come to pass.
In my mind’s eye, I am tempted to believe that preacher man’s prediction although like indicated earlier, I don’t have the kind of eyes he has, I think he is only being clever and smart.
This is a clear case of applying one’s analytical mind to digest current events/prevailing phenomenon or a global view of events.
Unfortunately, many of us are unable to accept this and see it as no prophecy but a clever calculation and reading of the dynamics of the time.
Take a close look at my class one permutations and predictions and see. For example, in Nigeria, there is an ageing president who has not been in good health. Likewise in Ghana, we have about three ex-first ladies who are a little advanced in age.