Something evident inside black communities, especially the ones here, is the poverty situated around a church. Some churches are big, the rest are small. Some people even go as far to rent local schools on the weekends for their service. But at what cost. If people can catch on to what they see and think for themselves regarding their circumstances, then life would be a better place. May I present to you, effects from our RTR:
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"Thus, how many Christ Apostolic Church International, Pentecost, Adventist and Presbyterian church members can now afford their admission fees? The contemporary men of God continue to live in luxury while the majority of the church members also continue to wallow in poverty. We're told in our various churches to sell whatever we have and bring it to church during harvest as if on the next day, Peter; Jesus' disciple will bring it to us."
"Similarly, most Ghanaian students especially from the second cycle to the tertiary institutions who label themselves as "prayer warriors" resort to 24/7 prayers at the expense of their books. Due to this, when examination failure occurs, God knows best is their slogan. Please!!! Our God is not a God of failure. We all pray to God, but make sure you do everything in moderation. Because, when a self-acclaimed religious person fails an exam, it draws unbelievers away from God."
Through reading this it becomes evident that the author himself can't put two things together. Or is it he, as many people of done before him, purposely misleading people as the others are beginning to wake up. Purposely keeping being dumb isn't working any more. And a positive for us is that they are encouraging education and work, which can and will lead people to question.
GOOD JOB EVERYBODY!!!!!