• Sun. Aug 14th, 2022

Ghana is a sick Nation – Lawrence Tetteh

Dr. Lawrence Tetteh, founder of the Worldwide Miracle Outreach, portrayed Ghana as a sick nation in his New Year’s Eve address.

On December 31, Dr. Tetteh delivered his final sermon for the year 2021, in which he stated that the country, its leaders, and inhabitants have turned their backs on God and are living a life of wickedness and sin.

He believes that Ghanaians have completely abandoned God’s word in 2 Chronicles 7:14, which says, “If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and heal their land.”

This, according to Dr. Tetteh, is why Ghanaians are today experiencing problems and difficulties.

“Ghana is sick; the land of Ghana is sick. What has happened to our gold, what happened to our diamond? The oil we claim we have seen, what is happening to it? The Gold Coast, land of Gold, what has happened to it?

What’s happening to our lands, our timber, our magnesium? Our natural resources? What happened to our farms and sadly, what happened to our cocoa?” he questioned.

The worldwide preacher went on to discuss selfishness and how it has infected many citizens, which he claims is visible in our daily lives.

“Can I be honest with you? that all of us in our small ways, have become wicked because of our selfish desires; in our homes, our marriages, our community, in the way we talk, in the way we relate, you know exactly what you are saying is not right but you said it. Are we not so wicked that we are looking at others die and we become excited because that’s how we make it?

“Ask yourself, child of God and fellow Ghanaian, are you not wicked? If you are not wicked you would want to share your wealth, we want to amass all our wealth into our families and you don’t want your neighbours to have it, you are so wicked that on your lane, you are the only celebrity, all the others are paupers, wickedness is when you want only you to have recognition, nobody else should have it,” he added.

Dr. Tetteh, on the other hand, is optimistic that the land will be ‘healed’ and things will work again if the country’s leadership and the general public repent of their wicked ways and turn back to God.

“Even though we parade ourselves as religious people, we have forsaken this instruction. The Lord wants me to speak to Ghana that if we want Ghana to be well, we need to reconstruct ourselves again,” he said.

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