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Apostle Francis Amoako Attah: Bible Full of Stories or Spiritual Revelation?

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Apostle Francis Amoako Attah, Founder and Leader of Parliament Chapel International (PCI), recently made comments about the Bible that have caused controversy among Christians and pastors. He stated that the Bible is full of stories, which some have taken issue with. However, security analyst and social commentator, Apostle Thomas Kusi-Appiah, believes that Apostle Francis Amoako Attah said nothing wrong.

According to Apostle Thomas Kusi-Appiah, there are different levels of understanding the Word of God. For the most part, people who only read the Bible for information are at the lowest level of understanding. They may hear the Word of the Bible and give their own explanations without truly understanding the Word itself. This level is known as the Information level.

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The next level is the Understanding level. It is not enough to simply read the Bible; one must also receive revelation from it. As Revelation 1:3 states, “Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear, and who keep what is written in it, for the time is near.” At this level, people can understand the Word of God and its meaning in their lives.

The highest level of understanding is the Revelation level. At this level, people use the Word of God to shape their lives. They obey the Word by walking according to it. Those who operate at this level can easily confuse people and turn them away from God and the truth because they have the Information that they can use to pursue their own agenda.

Apostle Francis Amoako Attah’s comments seem to have stemmed from the fact that there are different stages to understanding the Word of God. When one only operates at the Information level, he or she may believe that the Bible is full of contradictions and stories that are not true. However, if one can move to the Revelation level, then he or she can gain a deeper understanding of the Word and use it to shape his or her life.

For the most part, Apostle Thomas Kusi-Appiah believes that the Bible is a book of the spirit, not just a spiritual book. It contains stories, culture, and more, but God places His Spirit on the Bible so that as people read it and apply the spirit to it, they can benefit from it. There is no power in the Bible if one only reads it at the Information level. It takes the Spirit of God to reveal the meaning of the Word, and that can only be achieved at the Revelation level.

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