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Recently i watched an interview granted by Pastor Yomi Kasali of Foundation of Truth Assembly, Lagos on Television Continental (TVC). The host of the programme, a lady asked him questions on the compartments of the men of God in the last administration of Jo. Yomi’s answer was “Shameful. It got so bad that some of us could not raise our heads in the public to say we are pastors.” It was that bad.
Kasali went on to say so many so called pastors and prophets lied that God told them this… God told them that. And it was so clear that they were all lying, because if truly God told them anything, it would come to pass.
The former Youth pastor of Foursquare said there is nothing wrong for the pastor to be involved in politics in his private capacity, but there is everything wrong for any pastor to mount his pulpit to tell lies during service with a view to sway his members to vote for a particular candidate. Using God to lie. He added that “i had my sympathy for APC and i identified with the party because of my friend and fellow pastor, Yemi Osinbajo. But never did i discuss politics on my pulpit. Never did i say God said Buhari /Osinbajo would win. Never! In fact, I never tried to sway any of my pastors to see reason with me on why I am for Osinbajo. There were some of them with PDP sentiments.”
These lies we see of men of God is not only in Nigeria. There are some gory pictures on the Internet of idiots parading themselves as pastors in the Eastern and Southern African countries. Idiots telling their congregation to eat grass and they also ate. Idiots who said their legs should not touch the grounds and the congregation would give their bodies to be trampled upon. Idiots who took some women to the beach, got them to strip naked and play with their genitals and the women allowed it.
Sometimes I guess we need to pray for the congregation perhaps more than the Pastors. God should make the congregation more discerning. May their perverted minds be revived from doom. May they see well always. May they be ready to know God themselves, to know that man would be man, that pastors are human beings like them. That when a pastor says anything in Church, they should have the urge to return home and check the Bible again with a view to knowing more and confirming what was said.
The way the gullible Nigerians see their fathers in the Lord is almost embarrassing. I made a post recently and a lady responded that a certain GO can do no wrong. “Pastor…. is incorruptible”, as if you live in the same bedroom with him.
Please I am not putting down or crucifying any man of God. I have the utmost respect for those that I know are called of God. If you are called of God it is easy to know. The deep calls unto the deep. I don’t joke with the words of their mouths. But I still give the allowance that they are still human. This habit of believing hook, line and sinker everything a pastor says is killing mankind. A pastor you don’t know his pedigree takes you to the beach, stripped you naked, lined you up and was playing with your genitals. And you allowed it! These congregation of fools!
And know what, 90% of their customers are women. Sorrowful, despondent and almost hopeless Women seeking for one thing or the other. Women who innocently believed them, their trust were trampled upon, violated and dehumanised. If only our women could invest the time they spend on waka waka in reading the Bible to know what God said, they would not be this dehumanised.
Majority of the scenes in the pictures attached happened outside Nigeria. But I have no doubt that they also happen in Nija. Biko, worse things happen here o. As we pray for our pastors to be strong in the Lord, let us also pray for the church members, the congregation, that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give unto them the spirit of wisdom and revelation in the knowledge of Him, that the eyes of their understanding being enlightened; that they may know what is the hope of His calling, and what the riches of the glory of His inheritance in the saints.
By Bola Adewara