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Priest worried about attitude of Christians

Religion

Elmina, Aug. 4, GNA.-The Reverend Father George Atta Baidoo, Chaplain of the  Holy Child College, Cape Coast, has described some  Christians as  wolves in sheep's clothing,  because they were committing sins in disguise.

              He said they were found  in business, politics, marriage and several spheres of life,  and because they were corrupt, such people followed illusory desires.

               Father  Baidoo made the remarks when he  preached a sermon at Saint Joseph’s Minor Basilica  at Elmina on Sunday.

               He said  those people had forgetten what God had done for them,  but were so entrenched in their desires that when in trouble, they rushed into the house of God.

               Father  Baidoo stressed the need for Christians to under-go a revolutionary change of minds, and  then focus on good things so that they did not  face the wrath of God.

               Father  Baidoo reminded Christians that God was a prayer-answering God,  and therefore urged them to enter into cordial relations with Him, adding,  “He will provide you in same way He did to the  Israelites when He provided them with Manna on the desert.”

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