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‘A LOT OF CHRISTIANS ARE BRAINWASHED’ – Osebo

Osebo, a fashion enthusiast has urged believers who have been misled into embracing certain things, such as deceptive activities presented as Christian worship to change their minds.

Osebo claims that the bulk of African and Ghanaian Christians have disregarded the true gospel by succumbing to forgers who have abused them for years.

Osebo challenged Christians to worship God in sincerity and to elucidate the complexities of their faith in his call.

“If apple can cure sicknesses, then there will be no sick person in Italy. People fetch River Jordan and bring it into the country. If it heals sicknesses, people over there wouldn’t have been ill. We have been brainwashed into believing certain things. In Africa, Christianity is our first priority. Christianity is not practiced through only preaching. You prove it by your deeds.

Every Saturday, I donate. I don’t fast, I don’t visit the Atwea Mountains, MOGPA or Achimota Forest to pray. God listens to our prayers no matter the location. The fastest way by which God listens to our prayers is through the act of giving. It is not through cheap talk,” he disclosed in an interview with blogger Nkonkonsa.

The fashionista who stressed the need of donating to the less fortunate encouraged Christians to focus their energies on doing good deeds rather than blaming the devil for everything that happens.

“Faith and work complement each other. Paul said it in the bible. What is your faith? Is your faith about storming the church with canes to lash the devil? Is it by stomping your foot in churches disrespectfully whiles requesting things from God? We don’t understand Christianity,” he added.

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