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Monday, December 26, 2011

An Open Letter to All Christians in the Middle Belt and Northern Nigeria


A shining cross in a dark place. Photo Credit: Live the Cross.

All Wise Christians In The North Should Fellowship And Worship In Their Homes
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All wise Christians in the middle belt and northern regions should fellowship and worship in their homes from henceforth until the government can prove that your lives and properties would be safe.

Even at home, please BE VIGILANT AND READY TO DEFEND YOUR FAMILIES, HOMES AND BUSINESSES.

THE ENEMIES DO NOT SLEEP, SO STOP SLEEPING.
ONLY FOOLS SLEEP WHEN THEIR HOME IS ON FIRE.


You all must learn from our Lord Jesus Christ as He advised us in the following words:

14 If anyone will not welcome you or listen to your words, leave that home or town and shake the dust off your feet.

15 Truly I tell you, it will be more bearable for Sodom and Gomorrah on the day of judgment than for that town.


~MATTHEW 10-14-15


The problem with majority of my so called Christian brethren is lack of wisdom and disobedience of the advice of Jesus Christ.

CHRISTIANITY IS NOT BY FORCE.

IF YOU ARE NOT WANTED IN A PLACE, PLEASE LEAVE WITHOUT DELAY.


If you disobey Jesus Christ and you get attacked, maimed or killed, your ignorance and disobedience of the Word of God maimed or killed you and not Boko Haram or other antichrists on the prowl.

If your pastors and reverend fathers and other ministers want to drag you or pull you to danger zones where you will be targets for the enemy, PLEASE, REFUSE TO BE MISLED AND KILLED.


A church is not the size or magnificence of the building, but where two or more are gathered together in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord.

Pastors and other ministers must learn to work like Jesus and his disciples to earn money, pay their tax as Jesus did and feed the poor and hungry and they must stop sponging off ignorant congregants by depending on their offerings and tithes.
Offerings and tithes are for those in the mission fields and not for sit-down-at parish ministers!

The same advice goes to all Igbos in the middle belt and northern regions, PLEASE LEAVE NOW TO WHERE YOU WOULD BE SAFE AND SECURE. THE BEST PLACE IS IN THE SOUTH AND NOT THE NORTH.

Muslims don't like you spreading the Good News in their regions and converting their people to Christianity.
It is forbidden for a Muslim to abandon Islam and they hate the fact that Christians in their regions are spreading the Good News and converting their folks.

I will not repeat this advice.
He who has ears let him or her hear and do as I have advised to save your lives and properties.

~ Orikinla Osinachi



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