Prophets are urged by Lawrence Tetteh to avoid making dire predictions.

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Rev. Tetteh called for prophetic voices to concentrate on messages that inspire hope and uplift people, noting in a recent statement the possible harm that come from doomsday prophecies to both individuals and society as a whole.

Prophets are urged by Lawrence Tetteh to avoid making dire predictions.
Prophets are urged by Lawrence Tetteh to avoid making dire predictions.

Renowned for his broad ministry and dedication to promoting constructive transformation, Rev. Lawrence Tetteh has voiced apprehension regarding the ubiquity of dire predictions that portend unfavourable consequences, disasters, or misfortunes.

In order to prevent needless worry and anxiety, he begs other prophets to use caution and responsibility when conveying their instructions.

Speaking on TV3 prior to the year’s final watch night on December 31, Rev. Lawrence Tetteh urges prophets to reflect on their messages and consider how they affect society as a whole. He also advocates for responsible prophetic pronouncements and self-regulation within the prophetic community.

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“I will admonish my brothers and my sisters in the prophetic ministry not to bring doom prophecies, don’t go and prophecy somebody is going to die, don’t go and prophecy somebody is going to have an accident. Certain prophecies are very private, let us learn to handle them privately,”

He thinks that maintaining a healthy and resilient society still requires striking a balance between spiritual insight and a feeling of duty.

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