Pastor warns critics over his ‘snake’ comment

OBINIMFounder and leader of International Godsway Ministries, Bishop Daniel Kwadwo Obinim has warned persons lambasting him over his ‘snake’ comment to either quit or face the wrath of God.

Bishop Obinim has come under public backlash after he claimed in a video interview on OBTV that he has supernatural powers with which he transform himself into any animal in the spiritual realm.

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According to him, he can transform into a snake, enter any room, bite his target and disappear after the mission. Bishop Obinim also said he once transformed into a snake with Jesus by his side who also transformed into a lion and visited someone.

His comments were met with criticisms from a section of the populace who seemed not to believe what he said. Bishop Obinim has issued a warning saying, anyone who speaks evil against him will face destruction.
“Some people have incurred the wrath of Jesus because they stood against me. Some have started drinking alcohol, smoking while others are facing challenges without knowing the cause. When you come against me, God will also come against you and your life will be messy. Your finances will be in a mess…,” a voice played on Adom News said.

“You don’t touch the anointed. Even Angels in Heaven do not have the same powers. Some are more powerful than others. When you sleep, you sleep deep; but I don’t sleep. I lay down and work for the children of Jesus in the spiritual realm,” Bishop Obinim added.

The pastor has asked members of his church and those who believe in Jesus and the miracles he does to fight for him lest, the children of God will be detracted.

“If you keep quiet on matters concerning me and people speak evil against me, they draw people away from God. But the more you fight for me, the children of Jesus come to the presence of God. Be it on the internet, radio or television, tell people your piece of mind. Fight for Obinim,” he asked.


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