Christianity is becoming a ‘lazy fun-fair’ – Dr. Boadi Nyamekye

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General Overseer of The Maker's House Chapel International, Dr.

Michael Boadi Nyamekye has condemned the practice where citizens

remain indolent while depending on the state for survival.

He said it is a wrong practice for people, mostly Christians, to spend

so much time praying in church without finding some work to do and

expecting God to "feed them from heaven".

"I am tired of Christianity being a lazy fun-fair whereby all that we

do is praying and expecting God to do everything. It doesn't work that

way," he said.

He was preaching the sermon on the theme; "Wealth dynamics" to his

congregation on Sunday, December 14, 2014.

"You pray and you play your part and [you] expect God to play his

part," he stated adding that, "God did not save your soul for you to

lose your mind; you have to use your mind to create wealth for


According to him, there will be more difficult times ahead, unless the

people desist from "hinging your happiness upon somebody's mood" and

seeing the numerous "problems around us as opportunities for wealth


"Your greatness is connected to how many streams [opportunities] are

surrounding you; until you made it and help people make it you can't

be termed as a successful person," he stated.

Dr. Boadi Nyamekye further advised followers of the various political

parties in the country not to resign their fate to the success or

failure of their parties but take advantage of policies and programmes

instituted by government to create wealth.

"Whatever [political] party that is going to come your financial

liberation is not connected to them; it is buried inside of you. You

can make it anywhere you are if you can only dig deeper into your own


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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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