We Have Become Too Fat To Fight.
Someone asked me: “why can’t we pray for brethren who are dying to come back to life like the saints used to do in the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s? Pray for them to come back to life as Peter and Paul did?
I answered that it is the prosperity message mixed with an unholy lifestyle that has sapped Christians of spiritual power. We teach success power, breakthrough, instead of the Holy Spirit power. We raise millionaires instead of raising evangelists, sending them out two by two to preach Christ, to heal the sick and raise the dead. Continue reading
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We Have Become Too Fat To Fight.
There are 3 things you must deal with if you want to be successful in your walk with the Lord.
1. Arrogance. Thinking you are a god that should be worshipped.
2. Lust for money or greed. Bowing down to mammon.
3. Sexual promiscuity.
If you fix these, you’ll be fine.
William B. had a strong prophetic gift. He operated in signs and wonders.
After a while, the gift got to his head and he thought he didn’t need the bible.
Kenneth Hagin warned him but he was arrogant.
Months after that warning he was killed in an accident.
There are men and women who destroyed themselves because of greed. Continue reading
“The world is at my feet.” These were the unfortunate words uttered by Stephen Jeffries, one of the most powerful healing evangelists who ever lived. He had so much power demonstrated in his ministry, he had so much money that he started to believe his own hype: that he was better than everybody else. Jeffries ended very badly. He died a very miserable man. Continue reading
There is no such thing as a ‘ministry of criticism,’ where you talk about other people but do absolutely nothing with your own life.
There is no such thing as ‘you are called to give,’ where you give but do nothing else.
There is no grace on anybody’s head that is better than yours.
There is no ministry, no calling that is superior to yours.
There is nobody ‘called to the nations,’ while the rest are called to ‘support and sponsor them.’ This is satanic deception. Continue reading
Letter To A Dear Sister in Christ.
I trust all is well with you.
The days we live in are very dark and evil. Some of us have been called to stand against great evil and wickedness within and outside the church. Many of us will die for this cause and I am prepared for just that.
The things I say are mostly about life and death because the souls of millions of believers are in the hands of deceivers who have crept into the Church.
You may find my language confrontational, this is very intentional. I want to be very clear on which side of the fence I stand. My enemies know who I am, what I stand for and that I will not be bought or compromised. It is going to be a very long, difficult journey, and I pray that the Lord grants us the grace to finish our course with joy. Continue reading
Every dictator knows that the way to wield absolute power over people is to instil enough fear in them and use it to manipulate, control and enslave them.
Someone said that fear is at the core of power.
If you want to have power over people, all you have to do is make them fearful and they will do anything for you.
Unfortunately such techniques are not only used in the secular world but are also employed by some preachers who are wolves in clever disguise, pretending to be shepherds in the Church.
Fear is used by these impostors to manipulate whole congregations to obey them and do whatever crazy thing they ask them to do without thinking. Fear is used to enslave people to their organisations.
Fear is the principal tool of extortion used by these power hungry wolves to steal from the ignorant and enrich themselves.
A leader who uses fear to manipulate people to follow him does not deserve to be followed, neither does he deserve a leadership position.
Human beings are plagued by various fears. These include the fear of failure, fear of poverty, fear of ill health, fear of shame, fear of loss and the fear of death. These fears plague everyone in different degrees. What the wolves in the church do is to stir up fears in your soul then turn around to tell you that they have the solution to those fears.
Take the fear of poverty for instance.
Poverty is not a spiritual problem. It is an economic issue. You overcome poverty when you offer value to the market place. It is not a spiritual disease or condition like some preachers say. You don’t need to be spiritual in any form or manner to make money. All you need is to understand and apply some economic laws and the situation of poverty will be reversed.
It was Adolf Hitler who said ‘People will believe a big lie sooner than a little one; and if you repeat it frequently enough people will sooner or later believe it.’
Many American and African preachers have copied from Hitler’s play book on the manipulation and control of the masses and they employ his evil techniques on their gullible followers. They have come up with a lie so big that even some of the smartest people amongst us are deceived by their narrative. The lie is simple. They say if you give them money you will become rich, you will also retain the riches you already have, avoid financial disasters and generally do well in life. However if you don’t bring your money to them you will suffer and be visited with various calamities and unfathomable evil. They package success stories associated with people who apparently gave them money and became rich overnight. They conclude that if you don’t give them your money you will struggle financially.
I have heard a popular Nigerian preacher tell his congregation that ‘giving makes you rich.’ He goes on to tell his listeners that it is because they don’t give to him and his church that they struggle financially. This is a wicked lie deployed from hell against the Saints. This celebrity preacher has ridden on the back of this lie for decades and is now surrounded by material things which apparently proves that his heretic theories on money are correct. But a lie is a lie no matter how many people believe it to be true. A lie still remains a lie no matter how many private jets, buildings, businesses the proponents of this lie have acquired. Millions of people who don’t subscribe to Christian values are rich by applying basic economic principles to their work and life situation. They never had to ‘give to get rich’.
Like flies breed worms so ignorance breeds fear.
Where great fear exists, great ignorance sustains it. The fear of poverty is fuelled by ignorance. It is fuelled by the ignorance of economic laws which can be applied to break its vicious cycle. It is fuelled by the ignorance of how money works. Preachers capitalise on the ignorance of their gullible listeners and infuse their minds with lies. When you have no idea what the bible says, when you don’t understand the nature of God, you will become a victim of fear. What we don’t know, we mystify and when we mystify something it scares the living day lights out of us. Dubious preachers mystify money. It is a deliberate deceit to make people associate money with mystery and spirituality. I have heard some preachers say that ‘money is spiritual.’ This is also a lie designed to mystify money and make it look like the only way to make money is to follow some ‘spiritual process,’ and that process is always somehow connected to giving money to the preacher. But money is no way spiritual. Money is as natural, as earthly as it gets. Money is simply a reward for the value we bring to the market place. It is not a reward for some spiritual activity we engage in.
People driven by fear and superstition give to a church not because they love the Lord, but because they are ignorant and think it is the surest way to overcome poverty. They give because they want to either get rich or protect what they’ve got. They give not out of love for the cause of Jesus Christ, but because they want to secure material, financial and other temporal blessings in their lives. They give because their pastors threaten that if they don’t, they will be haunted by curses, beset by evil omens, be attacked by devourers and experience bad luck.
But is this true? Is this what Jesus Christ taught? Is this scripturally correct?
Jesus did not teach this. this is not scripturally correct. It is a well conceived lie designed to steal from the ignorant, the superstitious and the gullible. It is manipulation at its most insidious form.
It is quite shameful because the leaders who preach such lies should know better.
Giving in the New Testament is done willingly by the giver, without coercion of any kind. Giving is primarily an act of worship, not a means to secure temporal blessings. There are people who don’t subscribe to Christian values, yet they are very rich. Having money is not a function of your spirituality or your giving. It is a function of bringing value to the market place. The fallacy of the ‘give to get’ narrative is clearly seen by the fact that people who don’t subscribe to Christian beliefs are the richest on the planet. If the ‘give to get’ lie were true, Christians should be the wealthiest on the planet. But we are not. The kingdom of Christ is not in meat and drink but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.
The Church of Christ should not be motivated by fear, but by love. Jesus said: ‘If you love me, you will keep my commandments.’ John 14:15. The keeping of his commandment should be done out of love for him, not because we are afraid of something bad happening to us if we don’t comply. Love for The Lord is a more powerful motivating force than fear.
Love is the reason why we serve The Lord Jesus Christ, not fear. John says : ‘We love him because he first loved us.’ 1John 4:19.
Love is the reason why we obey him and do the things that please him.
Love is the reason why we lay down our lives for the cause of Christ and for the brethren.
It is the love of Christ that compels us, motivates us, moves us to action. Not fear.
It is the love of Christ that stirs us up to give our money, time and energy in service.
Without love being at the core of what we do, we would have wasted our lives at end of our journey. 1Corinthians 13. We shouldn’t desecrate the offerings of God turning our love gifts into bargaining tools or gambling chips by which we expect to win a jackpot. We should honour The Lord with our offerings from a heart of gratitude, knowing that there is nothing we can give to deserve God’s mercy, favour and goodness in our lives. It is when our free will offerings are given in love that they are acceptable, pleasing, received and rewarded by The Lord.
1 John 4:18
There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear:because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love.
If you are compelled by fear to give to a church or charity, you are in bondage. Each time you give under the influence of fear you will become more enslaved by it. Fear brings great torment to your soul. This is not how God operates. He never uses coercion, manipulation, intimidation or fear as motivation for us to do His will. If you are scared that if you don’t give ‘bad things will happen to you,’ you should resist the urge to give until that feeling of fear goes away. Never give under the influence of fear.
If you serve or give your time, energy and resources to a Christian organisation, let it be out of a heart motivated by love to serve and obey The Lord Jesus Christ. Let it never be because of fear.
1Timothy 4:8 says, God has not given us a spirit of fear but of power, of love and of a sound mind.
The Lord doesn’t reward offerings given in fear or motivated by covetousness. The Lord only rewards our free will offerings given in love.
The error of Balaam.
There was a time in his life when Balaam was a good prophet. There was a time when he served God with total integrity of heart. There was a time when he waited patiently to listen for the voice of The Lord before he made any move or gave a prophecy. There was a time when Balaam the prophet walked the narrow path of honesty and integrity, shunning covetousness and seeking to be a blessing to the people to whom he was sent as a prophet.
But, there came a time when Balak, the king of Moab, summoned Balaam urgently to come and place a curse upon his enemies, the Israelites. Balaam prayed and was instructed not to go. He was told that the people were righteous and cursing them would be a waste of his time and energy. In fact, he was told that ‘any curse or enchantment against them would be neutralized and rendered useless.’ So, Balaam refused to go with king Balak’s envoys. He said, ‘the Lord refuses to give me the permission to go with you.’ But the king was persistent and sent more regal princes with greater promises of wealth and glory, if only he would disobey the Lord, come with them and place a curse upon the people who posed a threat to their nation. At one point, Balaam even said that even if his house was full of gold and silver, he wouldn’t go with them.
But after a great deal of pressure, Balaam’s resolve began to weaken. Continue reading