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27.12.2010 General News

2011 will be year of unstoppable favour – Archbishop Duncan Williams

By myjoyonline
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Archbishop Duncan Williams says he strongly believes that “2011 will be a year of unstoppable favour” for Ghanaians.

Speaking to Kojo Oppong-Nkrumah on the Super Morning Show, the Archbishop of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) said he had the strongest conviction that his prophesy will come to pass because according to him, Joseph was the 11th child of Jacob in the Bible and despite the challenges he encountered, he went on to become Egypt's prime minister.

He said Joseph's situation can be likened to the plight of many Ghanaians and thus believes that the number 11 elicits divinity.

He called on Ghanaians to believe strongly in God and accept that God's version of time, Kairos, is the means by which God operates and thus, blessings may not come as speedily as one may want them.

He distinguished the difference between Kairos and Chronos, indicating that Chronos is the time measurement used on earth but Kairos is a divine measurement of time, thereby, hinting that Ghanaians should be patient to see divine blessings manifest in their lives.

He cited Jesus Christ and other great men of God who had been prophesied of years and millennia before their births, yet, their destinies were exactly what were prophesied.

Archbishop Duncan Williams said because we are mortal beings on earth, we tend to forget that God's ways are purely divine and not according to nature's laws.

Arch Bishop Duncan Williams further said that this year's watch night dubbed Kairos Night, which is being organized by CAFM will be hosted at the El-Wak Sports Stadium because, according to him, the previous edition had thousands of crowds spilling from the church into the streets and they would want to prevent a repeat.

He indicated that security will be heightened at the venue and a large parking space made available to ensure a problem-free Kairos Night.

Story by Fidel Amoah/

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