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Prophet Nanasei Opoku Sarkodie



From that time, Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.


This salvation journey we are embarking on is a personal adventure. That is why your husband or your wife cannot stop you from going to church. The second reason is that marriage is a temporal thing on earth. When Jesus comes, marriage will be parted forever. He told the Sadducees that, in heaven, we would be like the angels (Matt 22:30).

Do you know why Jesus has still not come? ... Extension of mercy, and extension of time. "This good news of the Kingdom will be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then the end will come" (Matt 24:14). This salvation message we preach to you is not a joke. The people in Noah's days took the message for a joke and went about doing their own things.

People are sitting in church and still fornicating, committing adultery, lying, gossiping, and doing all sorts of things. Never think that because you come to church and pray, you will automatically go to heaven. Do not deceive yourself because you can lose your salvation. That is why Jesus said "Occupy till I come" I will come like a thief in the night (1Thes. 5:2). This means that Jesus is going to take us by surprise.

Others think that because they belong to a certain church, they will automatically go to heaven. God does not have any church's name in heaven. What He has is the Book of Life; your name must be in this Book to qualify you into this Kingdom. "Master, did we not sow wheat, why all these weeds?" Jesus said, "Let them all grow until harvest time" (Matt 13:30). And so, Jesus has allowed both the righteous and the unrighteous to be in Church. It is at the harvest time that we will know whether you truly served God or not.


• Pray and ask God to help you be a partaker of His kingdom. (Titus 2:11)


• God does not have any church's name in heaven. What He has is the Book of Life.


• Matthew 5:20, Romans 10:9


• Judges 19-21 and Luke 7:31-50


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