The Founder an Leader of Parliament Chapel International (PCI), Apostle Francis Amoako Attah has urged Christians and believers of the Gospel of Jesus to stand firm and not pay attention to any video or evil report that will damage their faith.
“Pay no attention to videos that damage our faith. Pay no attention to evil reports that kill our faith,” he said.
Apostle Francis Amoako Attah was reacting to the wide publicity that was given to a so-called pastor who asked his women congregants to remove their panties in church.
According to him, although that action by the said pastor is not Godly, it must not be given attention and not be allowed to trend as it does because it damages people’s faith in Christ and destroys the Kingdom.
He said, just as Muslims protect their Kingdom and the Islamic Religion, so must Christians do to ensure that the gate of Hell do not prevail against the church of God.
He said: “God said, He will build His Church and the gate of hell cannot prevail against it.”
Apostle Francis Amoako Attah also noted that filmmakers and video persons who are using their positions and tools to do things against the Kingdom of God should be cautioned against such things because, there are grave consequences for their generations.
He made reference to an incident which occurred some five years ago in when a French cartoonist did a cartoon about Prophet Muhammed.
At the time, Muslims and people of the Islamic faith rose against it and it was withdrawn.
The man of God however, wondered why Christians would always allow things that will mock God be shared and trend.
In n interview on Thursday, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah pointed out that what happened in France five years ago, is a lesson to Christians.
Surprisingly, a day after he referenced the Prophet Muhammed cartoon incident, a Muslim Man was repo to have cuts off a teacher’s head in France.
Media reports in France cited French police as saying the attacker was an 18-year-old man of Chechen origin, born in Moscow but from Russia’s predominantly-Muslim southern region of Chechnya.
Reports say police identified the murdered teacher as 47-year-old Samuel Paty.
The victim is said to be a teacher of history and geography. He is said to have taken a class about freedom of expression earlier this month.
According to reports, the teacher had shown the cartoons of Prophet Muhammad as he spoke about the controversial Charlie Hebdo case.
The teacher had advised Muslim students to leave the classroom if they thought they might be offended by his teaching.
The attacker is said to have used a large knife in attacking the teacher in the street, cutting off his head.
The incident, Apostle Francis Amoako Attah described as “serious” and “unbelievable,” speaks volumes about the extent Muslims can go to protect their Kingdom and stop anything that would make mockery of their religion.
He therefore advised Christians to desist from circulating videos and reports that will kill people’s faith in Christ.
By Prosper Agbenyega