Kumchacha asserts that even if we cannot contest God’s judgments, there are certain individuals who, in comparison to the late player and his deeds, do not deserve to live.
Speaking in an interview on Onua Tv he said; “I say that if death could be swapped, I would have swapped Atsu’s death with someone else. I would have done just that but one cannot understand the work of God.”
“We are all in this country where people have purchased government bonds for five to ten years and out of nowhere someone has sworn to take it away from pensioners regardless of whether they will receive money for medication or they will die, and that they will receive their money in fifteen years,” Kumchacha continued. If only death could be switched, how come all these individuals are still alive when Atsu is dead? How on earth can you understand this?
Kumchacha described Christian Atsu’s character as being exemplified by the numerous tributes that have been paid to the footballer after his passing, particularly those that attest to his kindness.
“Even the charity that he engaged in, we pastors cannot measure up to that. Because we pastors plant certain things in the minds of our members. We ask them to build their wealth in heaven whiles we are building our own right here on earth. The Bible teaches us in Hebrews 11:5 that when Enoch was going to be lifted up to heaven, they were testimonies about how pleasing he was to God.
Today, across Ghana, the young and old are mourning the death of Atsu and bearing testimony to his benevolence,” he said. Following a significant earthquake that struck regions of Turkey and Syria over a week ago, Christian Atsu was discovered dead after being buried under debris.
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