Famous music producer Kaywa is urging celebrities not to be alarmed by death prophecies because they do not constitute a death sentence.
He claims that a number of famous people and the general public are wary of death/doom prophecies due to a lack of comprehension.
“What is death, we are just transitioning from one place to the other. If you are a believer, death should not put fear in you.
“God reveals to redeem so if there is a prophecy about death we should pray about it and everything will be fine,” he said during the Graphic Showbiz Twitter (X) Dialogue last Thursday on the topic ‘Does Prophecy have a place in Showbiz?’.
The prophet is a messenger from God sent to give a message and doesn’t speak their thoughts, according to Kaywa, who also said that prophecies should be received in good faith regardless of whether they are good or harmful.
“Whether you believe in the prophecy or not, the prophets’ aim is to tell you what God has revealed to him. It is left with the receiver to accept it and work on it. I have given some prophecies about some individuals and they took it in good faith and we prayed about it.
“Before Ebony died, I had the prophecy and reached out to her. I can say on authority that I converted her to Christ before she died,” he said.
Actor Timothy Bentum, clinical psychologist Dr. Isaac Newman Arthur, and prophet Evans Koomson were among the speakers at the Graphic Showbiz X Dialogue, which was moderated by Gifty Owusu-Amoah of Graphic Showbiz.