I’m no angel, stop worshipping me – Duncan-Williams

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams emphasized during a recent service at Action Chapel International that he is still a work in progress and urged Christians to stop seeing him as an angel.

He expressed that those who view gifted and anointed individuals as angels have a misunderstanding of the Christian walk, grace, and mercy.

He highlighted the importance of recognizing the humanity and divinity of man, stating that mistakes should be expected as long as individuals are living in their earthly bodies.

The Archbishop emphasized that there are no angels in the Church, as everyone needs healing and redemption.

He urged the congregation to stop being shocked by the imperfections and mistakes of others, as human nature is prone to such behavior.

Despite the messiness of the Church at times, Archbishop Duncan-Williams stressed that it is still the safest place to be.

He warned against leaving the Church, as outside forces are waiting to attack and provoke individuals.

In conclusion, he humbly acknowledged his imperfections and feelings, emphasizing that he is not an angel, but a fellow human in need of grace and understanding.


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