- Pastor Daniel Obinim, revealed in a recent sermon that he performed more miracles than Jesus Christ
- According to him, the number of 'angelic' miracles he has performed are countless
- He went on to state that Jesus didn't have enough time to perform miracles like he has
Bishop Daniel Obinim, sure knows how to set tongues wagging. If he's not showing off his expensive automobiles or his 'visit' to heaven, he is bragging about his high record of angelic miracle performances.
In a video currently trending on social media, Obinim is seen preaching to his congregants about his miracle performing prowess. According to the controversial man of God, he has performed more miracles than Jesus Christ.
He is heard in the video saying: "Jesus said ‘the Miracles I'mperforming, the wonders and the signs; Those who believe in me, you can perform more than that’.Jesus was making reference to this that he didn’t have enough time so he curtailed his time. He worked for about 3 and a half years then he left but those of us now we have more time."
"I Angel Obinim, I have worked for so many years more than that of my father and the miracles, the angelic performances, the wonders and signs that I have performed; they are countless because I have enough time.”
A few people reacted to the post, condemning the pastor.
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Recall a while ago, the controversial Ghanaian bishop, who is the founder of International God’s Way Church declared that he is no longer an angel of God. According to Obinim, he has now graduated from being an ordinary angel to Jesus Christ the saviour and the son of God.
In a video believed to have been recorded in the Accra branch of his church, one of his members was spotted confronting Obinim saying, ”Angel, you lied to us. You are not an angel but rather Jesus Christ.“ However, Obinim after hearing his new ‘accolade’ from his member called on all his junior pastors to join him celebrate his new ‘Jesus’ title in front of the congregation.
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