I’m above petty fights – Agyinasare responds to naysayers

Founder of the Perez Chapel International, Bishop Charles Agyinasare, has admonished Christians to ignore petty comments and insults from their equals, targeted at provoking them and instigating reactions.

Rather than give them the satisfaction and attention they desire through their actions, the man of God noted that it is better to completely ignore and leave such persons to deal with the guilt of their actions.

Bishop Agyinasare, to buttress his point made reference to instances not long ago where he was called by some media persons to react to certain derogatory articles being propagated by some elements through the media.

“I received some calls from my journalist friends telling about some stories about me in the media urging me to reply but I told them there was no need.” “You are above that”, he stated.

He referred to the situation in previous times where clothes were used in doorways of bathhouses for covering.

“If you are bathing in that facility and a mad man removes it, will you chase the mad man for it?. If you follow the mad man it means you are also mad, for me, I am not mad”, he stated.

Preaching on a sermon themed, “Multiplication”, he explained paying attention to such unnecessary fights will only result in retrogression.

“There are some people who must leave your life before you move forward because God does not want you to move to the next level with them.” He said.

It would be recalled in August 2019, that Founder of Glorious Word Power Ministry International, Rev. Owusu Bempah, on Personality Profile Show on Starr Chat, described Bishop Agyinasare’s preaching as uninspiring, noting how they leave him heartbroken rather than uplifted.

According to Owusu Bempah, he’d prefer listening to late Comedian Bob Okla than to his fellow preacher Bishop Agyinasare.

“I would rather listen to Bob Okala than Agyinasare,” the controversial prophet told show host Bola Ray. He won’t inspire me,” Bempah stressed, adding the leader of Perez Chapel’s “preaching will dampen my spirit.” Rev Bempah posited.

Source: www.ghanaweb.com