By Joyce Danso, GNA
Accra, April 21, GNA - Apostle George Yeboah, Chairman of the Christ Apostolic Church International, (CACI) Sunday asked Christians to be cautious of false prophets and their weird doctrines so they are not swayed by them.
Apostle Yeboah noted that some false prophets had taken over media platforms and were impacting their strange doctrines; it, therefore, behoved the Christian to study the word of God to remain focused on fulfilling the Great Commission of saving lost souls for God.
Apostle Yeboah was speaking at the Madina Zone of the CACI Easter Convention, under the theme: "Occupy till I Come."
He said these prophets were learning to justify their lies as they ‘turned upside down’ the truth in the bible.
"But for us to protect the truth and proclaim it, we need to study to show ourselves approved".
Apostle Yeboah noted that some Christians had accrued all the things they needed on earth, but had declined to own a bible, which was the manual of their lives.
It was, however, important for a Christian to own a hard copy of the bible, in addition to a downloaded bible app so that he could readily access the Great Book at all times for study and evangelism.
The CACI Chairman entreated Christians who worked in the secular world to spend, at least an hour weekly, to evangelise to the lost souls in their respective fields.
There were many in the world looking for solutions and the truth, he noted, saying that the world's solution was in accepting Jesus Christ as the son of God.
"If the churches in Ghana would embark on evangelism, violence would reduce and there would be more peace in the country".
Addressing the theme of the Convention, he said, God would withdraw his gifts and talents from beneficiaries who would not utilise them.
He urged the church leaders to consider all persons as important especially, the vulnerable and the weak.
Apostle Yeboah later led the church to pray for the nation.