Wendy Shay ministers at church and finally sings ‘Ancient of Days’ correctly


Wendy Shay has finally learnt the lyrics of ‘Ancient of Days” and she has sung it to the glory of God.

The singer became the subject of trolls a few weeks ago for mistakenly ‘messing’ the lyrics of the gospel song during her performance at a Christian show.

Wendy was heard singing the song as “ancient of days how old that you are” instead of “ancient of days as old as you are”.

The excerpt of her singing the song wrongly went viral and the “Uber Driver” singer is now proving to her fans that she has now learned from her mistake and singing the song right.

Wendy over the weekend was at a Christian show and she decided to sing the song again.

She shared a video of herself and she wrote “Ancient of days As old as you are I am glad I got this right @kaywabeatz ur reaction killed me ”

See the post below.


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Controversial ‘I Am Jesus Christ’ Video Game Puts Players in the Shoes of Jesus


An upcoming video game has been raising eyebrows due to its unusual premise – putting players in the shoes of Jesus Christ and having them perform biblical feats like multiplying fish, healing others and calming stormy seas.

Aptly named “I Am Jesus Christ” the upcoming video game from developer PlayWay is a realistic simulator game inspired by stories from the New Testament, from His baptizing in the Jordan River, to His resurrection after being nailed to the cross.

In a recently revealed trailer, we see Jesus healing a blind woman (Matthew 21:14), producing fish out of thin air for a hungry fisherman (John 6:35), and walking on water to save a ship caught in a storm (Mark 4:41). All these feats apparently deplete a bar that apparently correlates to Jesus’ holy abilities.

“Become Jesus Christ, the famous man on Earth – in this highly realistic simulation game. Pray like Him for getting a superpower, perform famous miracles like Him from Bible like casting demons, healing and feeding people, resurrection and more in ‘I am Jesus Christ,” the game’s Steam description reads.

I Am Jesus Christ has yet to trigger a reaction from the Catholic Church, but its controversial premise has got a lot of people talking about it online. There is an ongoing debate about the depleting holy abilities bar in the game, which suggests that Jesus has limited power, and others commented about the “realistic battle with Satan” that PlayWay claims players will get to experience in their simulator.

Experiencing the Crucifixion from Jesus perspective, as well as him emerging from a cave after coming back to life, have all triggered all kind of reactions on social media. Some consider it humorous, while others say it’s slightly blasphemous or trivial.

Polish video game developer PlayWay is well known for its various simulation games, from classic farming and auto mechanic simulators to original concepts like a U.S. President simulator, to downright weird titles like Drunk Santa Simulator. However, I Am Jesus Christ is definitely their weirdest title to date.

Watch the video game trailer:


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‘Poverty is not a ticket to heaven; seek prosperity’ – Agyinasare to Christians


Founder of the Perez Chapel International has debunked the notion that rich people would find it difficult to make it to heaven.

Bishop Charles Agyinasare said poverty is not a ticket to heaven and urged Christians to seek prosperity in their lives.

The renowned preacher said this during the second service of church on Sunday, 24 November 2019.

“A lot of the time, the world wants us to believe that once you’re a Christian or if you’re a pastor, you should only be teaching the people about poverty and they go as far as saying: ‘As poor as a church rat’ but God never had that in his concept when he had a church,” he said.

“It’s important that, as Christians, we stop making people feel that because they are poor, they are holy. Being poor doesn’t make you holy, otherwise all the poor people we have in the third world would be holy, there’ll be no need to preach to them, they will go to heaven.

“So, we shouldn’t make people feel that because they are poor, they are holy. It doesn’t work like that. You can be poor and be a sinner just like you can be rich and also go to heaven.”

Bishop Agyinasare explained that people often misquote the Bible by saying ‘Money is the root of all evil’.

This, he said, is misconstrued, pointing out that what the Bible says in 1 Timothy 6: 10 is that: ‘For the love of money is the root of all evil’.

“They take the scripture where Jesus said: ‘It will be difficult for a rich man to go to heaven than for a camel to go through the eye of a needle’ as another proof of their argument. So, they say that anybody who is rich cannot enter the kingdom of heaven.

“…Well, there are two kinds of people who can go to heaven: One of them is Lazarus, who was poor with sores around him [and] dogs licking his wounds; he went to heaven. And then there is Abraham, who also went to heaven and Abraham had silver and gold while he was here on earth. And if you ask me: ‘Among the two, who do I like to go to heaven like?’ I want to go like Abraham,” Bishop Agyinasare added.


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46-Year-Old Gospel Singer, Sinach Welcomes First Baby Five Years After Marriage


Gospel singer, Osinachi Joseph Kalu, popularly known as Sinach is now a mum.

Kemi Filani News reports that Pastor Chris Oyakhilome happily broke the gladdening news during the just concluded LIMA awards, which was held in Lagos at the Loveworld Convocation Arena

At the event, Sinach went home with the 100, 000 US Dollars prize, for the Song of the Year Award 2019 ‘There’s An Overflow.’

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, who broke the news of Sinach’s new baby at the LIMA Awards 2019 while giving her ‘the song of the year’ award said:

“Thank you for that song, we are all excited with what the Lord has done in your life, of course in the life of many others standing with you here we just love you. And I told them, you just had a baby! so everybody got excited…”

Sinach, who has been a huge blessing to many globally with over 1 million subscribers on her Youtube channel, the only female gospel artiste from Nigeria and Africa at large to hit that landmark is worth celebrating.

The 46-year-old singer got married to Pastor Joe Egbu in 2014.

We say congratulations to Sinach and her husband.

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Kanye Makes Surprise Stop at Jail Before Speaking at Joel Osteen’s Church


Kanye West brought his Sunday service to Joel Osteen’s Lakewood Church this weekend, two days after holding services for inmates at the Harris County Jail in Houston. Before he and his choir performed Sunday evening, West spoke with Osteen during Lakewood’s 11 a.m. service. During the interview, West made some statements many Christians will applaud, while also making comments some might find troubling.

“I know that God’s been calling me for a long time, and the devil’s been distracting me for a long time,” West told Osteen from the stage of Lakewood Church. “And when I was in my lowest points, God was there with me and sending me visions and inspiring me.”

West and Osteen Talk at Lakewood Church

Osteen spoke to West for about 20 minutes in the middle of the two-hour church service. The pastor started off by asking West about the spiritual transformation he has been experiencing for the past year. While the rapper only began holding his “Sunday services” earlier in 2019, West said he believes God was calling him to start a church several years ago when he was hospitalized due to a mental breakdown. At the time, he said, he tried to make a gospel album, but did not know how (that was when he released The Life of Pablo). The Christians who were around him, said West, were “beaten into submission by society to not speak up and profess the gospel to me because I was a superstar, but the only superstar is Jesus.”

West spent some time talking about what it means to follow Jesus. “We know that when we accept Jesus Christ as our Lord and savior, we will be granted eternal life,” he said, emphasizing that the Christian life is one of constant repentance because we all “fall short of the glory.” Many times, when people reject Christianity, it is because they are focusing on the worst Christian they have ever met, when they should be looking to Jesus. “Christians are not going to be Christ,” said West. “We are going to follow Christ and be Christ-like and repent for our sins.”

West described how the devil attacks Christians, using distractions such as strip clubs, alcohol, media, fame and money to keep believers from “knowing how to fully be in service to the Lord.” He even took issue at one point with rappers who pursue “coolness” over their personal responsibility. “You know, we have our own daughters,” he said, “and we’ll still be rapping about trying to hook up with somebody’s daughter, like not taking the responsibility as a man.”

During the interview, West mentioned the arrogance he is known for, saying that God is now using West’s cockiness for his glory. “The greatest artist that God has ever created is now working for him,” he said, as the congregation cheered and clapped.

West also defended Joel Osteen, pointing out that many Christians are critical of him. But the rapper believes Osteen is one of the “strongest voices in the Christian community” and worth listening to “because when you turn on the radio, he keeps on showing you how good God is,” instead of preaching that God is angry or condemning. “God is not the enemy,” said West. “God is love, is the greatest, is the glory, God is family, God is friendship, God is prosperity.” In response, Osteen quipped, “When you’ve got Kanye defending you, you’ve made it.”

At the end of the interview, Osteen referred to West’s recent conversation with James Corden, stressing that the rapper has not merely “turned over a new leaf,” but has had a true spiritual awakening. Osteen closed the interview by inviting West to pray for the Lakewood Church congregation.

Surprising Inmates with Worship

The Friday before appearing at Lakewood Church, West brought the message that Jesus sets people free to the Harris County Jail. There, he held two worship services, one for the male inmates and one for the female inmates.

Sheriff Ed Gonzalez told KHOU 11, “It really was like worship service. Very uplifting not only for the inmates that are in here—you can see some who were down on their knees in prayer—to even some of our teammates who were brought to tears.” The sheriff also tweeted, “Appreciate him and his choir spending time with us.”

Source: Church Leaders

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Mmebusem will go blind and die for ridiculing Jesus – Prophet


Prophet Obrempong CP of Dominion Prayer Battalions has cautioned popular internet sensation, Mmebusem, also known as ‘Local Jesus’ to cease mimicking Jesus or face the wrath of God.

According to the prophet, God has revealed to him that Mmebusem will soon go blind and die if he fails to put an end to his blasphemous act against the Holy Spirit.

In a Facebook live video, Prophet Obrempong CP said “If you don’t listen to what God is saying and depart from your bad ways, you will be cursed. This man is stepping on a tree he’s not supposed to, he’s biting more than he can chew. God’s anger is on Mmebusem because of what he does. God opened my eyes and revealed Mmebusem’s picture to me asking ‘if he can ridicule his chief same way, he does to me? If not, tell him to stop what he’s doing else I’ll reign curses on him and his descendants’.”

He further revealed that Mmebusem’s act is a defamation of the name of Jesus Christ, hence he has caused spiritual contempt, angering God.

“This is purely blasphemy and heaven is not happy about it,” he added.

Moreover, Prophet Obrempong said God ordered him to ask Mmebusem some few questions regarding his blasphemous ways, further warning him to change his ways else die by 2021.

Raising the questions, he said “Why didn’t you use Mohammed’s dressing? God says I should ask you that. Why didn’t you mimic Mohammed, Chief Imam, Komfo Anokye or any other gods or prophet?

“You’re making a mistake if you think it’s from me…If the devil has given you an assignment to make Christ unpopular, God says I should warn you about it. If you don’t change your mind, by 2021 mark my words, you will die.”

Kumawood actor, Mmebusem has been winning the hearts of many Ghanaians with his skits as ‘Local Jesus’ clad in a white gown, wig, crown of thorns and holding of a lantern.

Although he has been criticised by others, majority believe it’s pure acting and has nothing to do with blaspheming the Holy Spirit.

Source: ghanaweb

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Undisputedly tipped to be the next big thing on the Ghanaian gospel scene after the likes of Joe Mettle and other gospel greats, Akesse Brempong is set to represent Ghana at ‘The Moment’ in South Africa together with other top-ranking gospel stars across the continent.

The Moment is an electrifying, spirit-charged gospel live recording concert coming up on 8th November at 3C Church, Centurion, South Africa.

Some artistes that the Gospel Reggae/Afropop Kingpin would be sharing stage with include the celebrated American Gospel sensation, Micah Stampley, Nigeria’s ‘Ebezina’ global hitmaker, Preye Odede and South Africa’s gospel music vocal goddess, Ntokozo Mbambo

It further includes the Grandpapa of South African Gospel, Benjamin Dube, Takesure Owen, Ayanda Ntanzi, USA-based contemporary gospel sensation, Michael Stuckey, Alice Kimanzi, Takie Ndou and Taela Robinson.

The idea behind the concert is to take a moment to discover the unexpected beauty of God’s presence through quality praise and worship.

Source: ghanamusic

The Moment 2019 will be the second edition of the event. The first edition was held in Baltimore, Maryland and was dubbed, My Best Worship.

God does not ask us for much other than to give him praise and worship at all times. Why not take a moment to attend this concert and enjoy the full experience of being in God’s presence through worship?

This lineup of gospel musicians will take you to another level of worship and light up your heart spirituality while connecting you to a new level of grace.

This concert is being produced by Ultimate Music Productions .Tickets to attend the event cost R350 and are available online at


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“I declare Ghana a Holy Ghost, Christian nation”, Benny Hinn

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Televangelist Benny Hinn has prophetically declared Ghana to be a Holy Ghost-led Christian nation.

At Day 7 of the 2019 edition of the Experience Conference currently going on in Ghana at the Maker’s House Chapel International on the theme: ‘The same Jesus’, which started on Sunday, 6 October 2019, Pastor Hinn led the congregation in prayer thus: “Lord, I declare Ghana belongs to you. I declare Ghana belongs to Jesus the son of the almighty God. I declare Ghana to be a Christian nation and remain a Christian nation”.

“And Lord, we cover the heavens over Ghana with your blood”, the Israeli man of God continued.

“No foreign spirit will ever have dominion over Ghana. No demonic power will ever have dominion over Ghana. No foreign de”, Past Hinn declared.

“I declare this nation a Holy Ghost nation. I declare this nation a Holy Ghost nation. And I repeat: I declare Ghana a Holy Ghost nation. And Father, under the anointing, I also declare that every power that is not of you; break it, destroy it, drive it out that your people will be free in this land. Free to worship, free to preach your word, free to declare your name; that Ghana will influence all of Africa”, he prayed.


Pastor Hinn then led the congregation in prayer for President Nana Akufo-Addo.

“In the mighty name of Jesus, I declare that the President of Ghana, the leaders of Ghana, will be led by the Holy Spirit. Lord I pray You place in your way, in your time, a man over this nation, who will declare your name to this nation: a man full of the Holy Spirit, a man who knows you intimately.

“And I pray for the present President: clothe him with wisdom, clothe him with your power, reveal yourself to him day and night”.

“In the name of Jesus, let this nation be a lighthouse to Africa. And I thank you Lord that our declaration will be established in the heavenlies. And I tell you now Satan, you will never have Ghana, you will never have the people of Ghana, you will never have the future of Ghana, it belongs to Jesus and his Kingdom”, he prayed.


Source: ClassFm

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Former Atheist Brad Pitt Becomes A Christian As He Recovers From Alcoholism

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Brad Pitt is known for being one of the biggest Hollywood stars alive today, and for many years, he was also an atheist. However, recent struggles of his that include addiction and a painful divorce from Angelina Jolie have led to him finding God.

For years, Pitt pushed all questions of faith aside in favor of life’s many worldly distractions. It was only during his divorce from Jolie that he started to change and value the real blessings of life, including his children.

“I gotta be more — I gotta be more for them,” Brad said amidst his divorce. “I have to show them. And I haven’t been great at it.”

Pitt remembers sleeping on a friend’s floor for weeks following his divorce because he was simply “too sad” to stay in the family’s home all alone. These kinds of struggles are what softened his heart and allowed him to find God.

Pitt did not have a good experience with faith growing up, and though he was raised in a Christian home, he says it was more of a “cleaner, stricter” version of Christianity. Back then, he saw faith as a list of rules rather than a personal relationship with Christ.

“I never understood growing up with Christianity-don’t do this, don’t do that-it’s all about don’ts,” he explained.

Once he grew up, Pitt ditched Christianity altogether.

“I completely left it [Christianity] and I called myself agnostic,” he said. “Tried a few spiritual things but didn’t feel right.”

Though he was soon calling himself an atheist, Pitt said this was more about conforming to the standards of the world versus truly denying God in his heart.

“Then I called myself an atheist for a while, just kind of being rebellious. I wasn’t really,” he said. “But I kinda labeled myself that for a while. It felt punk rock enough.”

After what he’s been through recently, however, Pitt has found God again.

“Oh, man, I’ve gone through everything. Like, I cling to religion,” Pitt said. “Then I found myself coming back around to just belief in-I hate to use the word spirituality, but just a belief in that we’re all connected.”

We’re so glad to see that Pitt has found God again, and we hope he uses his platform to spread the word of Christ.

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