Founder of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has journalists that those who misquote him would see their unborn generations suffer the consequences.
Adding that: “I’m used to sell Newspapers and people think they will go scot-free, you will not go scot-free, it’s just a matter of time. You and your children, if you have children, your children will suffer the consequences and in your old age you will be asking what have I done, what have you done? You used somebody’s son’s name to make money,” Duncan Williams said during a Sunday service January 5, 2020.
According to him, he may forgive the perpetrators, but they will still not go unpunished according to the biblical principle of “What you sow is what you reap”.
“You used me to make wealth. I have forgiven you but the principle is clear, you’ll reap what you sow so keep on using my name on social media to gain points, make money, confuse people, misrepresent me, lie about me, use me anyway you want to, but let me announce to you, you will not go scot-free, there are consequences which will follow your bloodline. It’s just a matter of time and you will know that scripture cannot be broken.” he said.
In the same sermon, the Archbishop boasted about how he was the first-ever preacher in Ghana to pull a crowd of up to 300,000 to fill a stadium, “so, when I see people talking about crowds ( referring to the Christian programmes and events such as the 31st watch night services), I just look at them…It means nothing to me”; I’ve seen it before”.
“I filled the stadium in the early ’80s; this stadium, I filled it with 300,000 people during the time President Rawlings was in office”, Archbishop Duncan-Williams, who has been preaching for over 40 years, told his church, stressing: “I filled the stadium in the days of the revolution”.