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A Ghanaian pastor refused to drink a poison to prove the power of Jesus in a public debate(Video)

Evangelist Paul Osei Agyemang, who was debating for the existence of Jesus and Avram Ben Moshe, debating against the existence of Jesus was dared by the later to drink a poison to prove the existence of Jesus and he refused.

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As a Bible believing Christian, can you drink a poison or jump into a burning fire just to prove to an unbeliever the power of Jesus Christ?

Well, in what appears to be the biggest debate on Ghanaian social media space to prove the existence of Jesus Christ was organized by Kofi Tv a few days ago.

The debate was between Evangelist Paul Osei Agyemang, who was debating for the existence of Jesus and Avram Ben Moshe, debating against the existence of Jesus.

Evangelist Paul Osei Agyemang Avram

The debate as expected got heated with each debater using the same Bible to prove his point.

Avraham Ben Moshe

It got heated and Avraham as part of the rules was required to ask his opponent, Evang Osei Agyemang a question.

To him, his opponent who is a strong advocate for Jesus Christ should drink a poison to prove if Jesus existed and most importantly prove his power, as it is stated in John 14:12 that;

“Verily, verily I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my father.”

READ ALSO:Pastor Gives Engine Oil To Congregants To Drink; Says It Tastes Like Honey & Has Healing Powers

The evangelist failed to drink it in a very dramatic situation but gave a reason why he won’t;..Watch the video below;

https://youtu.be/RqQgmuhKggU

Also,Avraham Ben Moshe attacks Bishop Obinim, Prophet Owusu Bempah & co on the Atomic Gas explosion(Video)

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