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All Liars Shall Have Their Share In The Lake Of Fire – Pastor Fosu Reminds   
 
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03-Aug-2018  
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National Campus Coordinator of the Deeper Life Campus Fellowship, Pastor Francis Fosu has urged all especially the youth to live a truthful and honest life since the second coming of Jesus Christ is near.

According to him, “the lifestyle and conduct of people on our campuses is not a good story to tell…the deep seated bribery corruption, nepotism, hypocrisy, lies, injustice, violence and disrespect to leadership and the elderly have all been handed over to us from our campuses”.

Pastor Fosu who was speaking at the commencement of this year’s National Campus Community Congress, Thursday at Anyaa, added that “in life, you must believe and accept Jesus Christ. Nowadays people tell lies without thinking about the repercussions; you speak to someone on your phones and tell them you are at Nsawam when actually, you are at Legon. You must remember that all liars shall have their share in the lake of fire…( Revelation 21:8 - But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death.)”.

This year’s Congress is dubbed ‘Transfiguration 2018 – transforming Intellectuals into Agents of Transformation’. It will end on 5th August 2018 and it is being held concurrently at Anyaa in Accra for those in the Southern sector and Brofoyedur in Kumasi for the Northern sector.
 
 
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