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Be humble, humility will take you to places – Duncan-Williams

The General Overseer and the Presiding Archbishop of the Action Chapel International Ministries, Nicholas Duncan-Williams advised his church members to uphold humility wherever they find themselves.

He said people who humble themselves often find favour in the eyes of many.

“Humility would take you to places but today there is no humility anymore,” he ended.

Archbishop said, years ago he had a pastor who was a ‘Luciferian.’

According to him, Bishop Dag Heward Mills had just started his church with a small fellowship at Korle Bu and one of his pastors went to do a crusade around the same area where Bishop Dag had started his fellowship.

Archbishop indicated that the said pastor purposely went to compete with Bishop Dag.

He added that Bishop Dag came to his house to inform him about it. “So you are having a crusade at where my church is, and you didn’t tell me, that is not right,” he quoted Bishop Dag.

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Duncan-Williams noted that he was surprised but later enquired from the said pastor why he did that.

Upon questioning, the said pastor replied, “if he (Bishop Dag) has church at that place, it doesn’t bar him from also organising his crusade at the same spot?”

Archbishop Duncan-Williams said he answered his pastor saying “I don’t do that, I don’t fight my children. I don’t fight the brethren. That is a wrong principle”.

He continued, “My leg was in POP with clutches and I went to Bishop Dag’s house, and I said, I’m sorry, forgive me, it wouldn’t happen again”.

According to Duncan-Williams, the Lord spoke to him saying, “secure the relationship. He might be young today but one day, he would be big and huge and he would help you, so protect the relationship.”

He said the Lord told him, what that young man did was to spoil a future strategic relationship, which God revealed to him to protect it.

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According to him, he realised that the only way he could protect the relationship was to humble himself and apologise to Bishop Dag. “Because one of my pastors offended him”.

The Papa as he is affectionately called was delivering a sermon in his church monitored on Facebook.

In today’s church, Archbishop noted that people lack the humility to apologise for their wrongs. According to him, he has ever rebuked his son for something he didn’t do.

Archbishop added that, when he later found out that his son was innocent, he had to apologise. “I had to apologise and say sorry for reacting the way I did which hurt your feelings”.