Gospel songstress, Celestine Donkor, has advised senior colleague musician cum prophetess, Cecilia Marfo, to apply wisdom in relaying her prophecies.
Madam Marfo has been criticised for grabbing a microphone from colleague musician, Joyce Blessing at a programme in Kumasi on Friday night and telling her, in a prophetic mode, to go back to her husband.
Speaking on TV3 in an interview, madam Donkor said she has respect for the anointing on madam Marfo’s head and is a believer in her ministry but it was high time she applied wisdom in the way she relays prophecies.
“We are not proud to be talking about these things but to be honest, I have experienced Cecilia Marfo’s ministry and I know she carries some grace from God and some anointing. I don’t doubt who she is as I’ve personally encountered some testimonies with her ministry. The only thing I would advise is that she should really apply wisdom when it comes to giving some strong prophetic words to people who come to the church,” she said.
She said such prophetic messages should be conveyed in private as not everyone has the mental strength to handle such a humiliation.
“I advise such prophetic words should be communicated in private and with prayers because anyone going through divorce really needs prayer support and love. I feel the embarrassment and the pain as a woman [for a fellow woman].” She continued.