Archbishop Charles Agyinasare, the founder and chairman of Perez Chapel International, has responded to the uproar over a 14-day deadline for him to appear before the Nogokpo chiefs following his declaration that “Nogokpo is the demonic headquarters of the Volta Region.”
Archbishop Agyinasare expressed amazement at being the center of attention for weeks during a speech at his church over the weekend, despite all the difficulties in Ghana.
Anyone who decides to curse a child of God does so at his own risk, he warned.
“Abraham’s benediction: ‘I will magnify your name that you may be a blessing. Take verse three for example, where it states that “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you.”
“If you curse me after I become a Christian, you’re wrong. Describe a curse. A curse is an appeal to supernatural forces to harm you. God, therefore, has the right to curse anyone who makes fun of you. Then anyone who offers libations and invokes spiritual powers against you by mentioning your name.
He continued by saying that anyone who pours a libation in the face of a Christian puts themselves in conflict with the forces of God.
“That individual is triggering a spiritual law against themselves and their families, according to what they are doing… They have opened a spiritual door to attack you if they have a calabash full of palm wine, a glass full of schnapps, or a bottle of “akpeteshi”; once they pour it and shout your name.
You don’t joke with a child of God, he continued, “if the world knew who we are and what we have once we become Christians.”