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It’s democracy versus Sharia ideology —Danjuma, Asemota, Lekwot, others ON AUGUST 11, 20199:18 AMIN SPECIAL REPORTBY EMMANUEL OKOGBA FacebookTwitterEmailWhatsAppPinterestShare •

‘How to resolve conflict to end national crisis’ In a paper dated July 31, 2019, National Christian Elders Forum (NCEF), parading prominent Nigerians including Elder Solomon Asemota, SAN; a former Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen Theophilus Danjuma (ret.); Prof. Joseph Otubu; Major General Joshua Dogonyaro (ret.); Archbishop Magnus Atilade; Dr. Kate Okpareke; Dr. Ayo Abifarin; Major General Zamani Lekwot (ret.); Moses Ihonde; Elder Nat Okoro and Matthew Owojaiye, analysed the state of the nation, tracing the root of the current crisis in Nigeria to a conflict between democracy and Sharia ideology. The full text of the paper, under the title,

‘Are Nigerian Christians on a wild goose chase?’, is reproduced below: •Lt. Gen Theophilus Danjuma (ret) – •Elder Solomon Asemota Core issues It is very disturbing to observe the ease with which Nigerian elites, particularly Christians, are dribbled and sent on a wild goose chase on very sensitive national issues. There is the need, therefore, to re-state the core issues that are causing problems in Nigeria and what constitutes the solution. At this rate, those who have constituted themselves into enemies of Nigeria are having cheap victory. Today, the following unpalatable evils define Nigeria as a country: corruption and sleaze at all levels, insecurity (bloodshed, sudden death, kidnapping, rape, etc), economic recession, broken down infrastructure, dysfunctional political system, fractured social relationships, ethnic suspicion and rivalry, one could go on and on. Two questions come to our mind: What is actually the cause of the problem? Who is managing the public discourse? Let it be made clear for all that the problem of Nigeria is NOT one of the following: It is not Christians versus Muslims or Muslims versus Christians. It is not South versus North or North versus South It is not PDP versus APC or APC versus PDP It is not military versus civilians or civilians versus military It is not rich versus poor or masses versus the rich It is not poverty, unemployment, illiteracy or desert encroachment Someone may quip, “So there is no threat of Islamization, after all?” There is an Islamization agenda and it is a serious threat. What needs to be understood is what constitutes the threat and this is discernible in the difference between a Muslim and an Islamist. A Muslim practices Islam as religion while an Islamist manipulates Islam as political ideology. This is the reason Islamism is referred to as “political Islam.” Islamism is a conscious attempt to manipulate religion as tool for political and cultural domination. While Islam is a religion, Islamism, otherwise called “political Islam”, “is a set of ideologies that holds that Islam is not only a religion but a political system”. As a political system, Islamists insist that Islam is meant to dominate the environment in which it is practiced. In a sharply divergent society like Nigeria, any attempt to implement the principles of Islamism portends great danger for the nation. It is this Islamist political ideology that is driving the crisis in Nigeria. The problem The problem of Nigeria is IDEOLOGICAL. It is simply DEMOCRACY versus SHARIA. This is the problem Nigerians need to solve. Nigeria is a democratic country under the invasion of Sharia ideology. This is the core problem that must be solved and every crisis will evaporate. Every country in the world derives its identity and system of governance from its national ideology. Countries with Sharia ideology have a system of governance and way of life different from countries with communist ideology which is also different from countries with democratic ideology and so on. No country has two conflicting ideologies except, of course, Nigeria. READ ALSO: Nigeria ‘ll come out great, marched forward, overcomes its challenges – Adeboye The 1999 Constitution is a compendium of dual conflicting ideologies pulling the country in two opposing directions. Unless this conflict is resolved, Nigeria will remain in turmoil because democracy and Sharia ideologies are antithetical to each other. The entire crisis in the country, summed up as corruption, mediocrity, insecurity and ethnicity, are consequences of the dual conflicting ideologies plaguing Nigeria. Origin The crisis commenced before independence and was solidified under the military regime when most of the military Heads of State were Muslims from the North. During the various conferences leading to independence, the impression was created that ALL Nigerians wanted democracy. Unknowingly to the other sections of the country, some northern Muslims preferred a system of governance of which Islamic law is a major ingredient. Relentlessly, they pursued this goal until they were able to smuggle Nigeria into OIC in 1986 and brought Islamic law and jurisprudence into the 1999 Constitution. Invariably, a country under Common Law became a country under Common Law and Sharia. In the ensuing conflict, one of the two has to give way because both cannot co-exist. That is the crisis going on now. Public discourse In recent times, skilful spin-masters have been manipulating public discourse with the intention of distracting attention from the real issues. While Nigerians keep pursuing shadows, they dig in their preferred ideology. Let us recap some of those distractions. A very observant person listed the following: From grazing route to grazing reserve From grazing reserve to grazing colony From grazing colony to ranching From ranching to importation of grass from Brazil for cattle From importation of grass to Fulani Radio From Fulani Radio to N100 billion paid to Miyetti Allah From N100 billion to RUGA From RUGA to e-registration From e-registration to military ranching From military ranching to, … what next? The attention of Nigerians is constantly kept focused on symptoms while the real disease is eating away the body. And what is the real disease? It is conflict of ideologies. If you notice, few people are talking about that. Since the inception of National Christian Elders Forum, the NCEF has been telling Nigerians that the problem of the country is the conflict of ideologies. On the 17th of March, 2016, NCEF addressed a press conference with a paper titled, ‘CONFLICT OF IDEOLOGIES AS THE GREATEST OBSTACLES TO PEACE, UNITY, AND DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA’. Other papers have been presented by the NCEF on this issue but it would appear that Christian elites are difficult to persuade with the truth. While attention is focused on ranching and RUGA, consider what has been done to Nigeria, supposedly Common Law country: The Common Law position of Nigeria has given way to Sharia Law with the CJN as Sharia Lawyer. Attorney General and Minister of Justice of the country is Sharia Lawyer. Head of Law School is Sharia Lawyer. The 9th Assembly has legislators already mooting suggestions of amending the Constitution to provide for life Presidency. (This is Sharia, not democracy). The Federal Character Principle, one of the pillars of justice, equity and fairness in the Constitution, has been subverted. This is Sharia. The 2019 election is a classical example of Sharia in action. It was not a democratic contest. Compromising leaders The Islamists have made great strides in their goal to transmute Nigeria into an Islamic Sultanate since all the major structures of governance are under their control. They have been greatly helped by the “Islamist collaborators”, the compromising leaders in the Church and the traitors amongst ethnic leaders, mostly politicians and traditional rulers. These treacherous collaborators hunt with the hounds and run with the hare. In an earlier paper on this subject, it was stated, “Nigerian’s political history is conflict-ridden due to untiring efforts to supplant the tested and acceptable liberal democratic ideals with the Sharia, which the British Colonial powers had rejected because of its restrictive, sectional, discriminatory and subjective theocratic bias; and the fact that it could not pass the “REPUGNANCY TEST”. Our national development has been hampered by the institutionalization of conflict through the unilateral infusion of the Sharia into the 1999 Constitution under the Islamic biased military dictatorship, as against the restrictive “Islamic personal law”, which had been adopted and applied by consensus since independence and national development.” One is mystified by the outcry against RUGA in recent times as if RUGA is the problem. There is no difference between RUGA and Grazing Reserve, the difference is only in nomenclature. If Christians had devoted half the energy expended on combating RUGA on the real solutions, more progress would have been made for the country. Now that RUGA has been replaced with e-Registration which has also been followed by proposal for military to establish ranches all over the country, what would those fixated on RUGA do now? Real issues There is the need to focus attention on the real issues and avoid distractions. Whoever wants to provide solution to the crisis in Nigeria should address the conflict between DEMOCRACY and SHARIA. Nigeria is a democratic country under Common Law and it should remain so. What are the solutions? Every Nigerian with understanding should begin to agitate for a new Constitution that is based wholly on Liberal Democracy and Parliamentary System of Government. This is the ideology agreed upon by the founding fathers of Nigeria and the only ideology that could accommodate all the divergent groups in the country. Nigeria needs a NEW Constitution. Implementation of the Report of the 2014 National Conference as precursor to restructuring the country. Establishment of Truth and Reconciliation Commission as the basis for healing, forgiveness and reconciliation of all the divergent groups in the country. *The Willink’s Commission Report of 1958, states as follows: “The whole structure of the proceedings leading to independence is based on the belief that Nigeria meant to follow the road of liberal democracy and parliamentary government and to base part of the structure on the opposite assumption is to invite government to do their worst. But if the road is followed (liberal democracy and parliamentary government), votes will count and in the last resort it is votes that will win fair treatment for minorities” Every energy, advocacy, and intervention should be directed on these solutions. These are the solutions. It is time to stop chasing the wild goose.

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Searching for State Coordinators

March 16th, 2019 1 comment

Our organization, Kristian Missionaries of Afrika a.k.a “Afrika4Jesus” is a movement of christians fully committed to executing God’s End-Time Project on earth, i. e. Preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations of the earth but with particular emphasis on Unreached People Groups of Africa.
In 2011, we embarked on “Afrika4jesus Project 11/20” a Missions Initiative aimed at reaching the over 900 Unreached People Groups of Africa with the gospel of Christ between 2011 and 2020.
Presently we operate from Asaba, Delta State with a skeletal office across the Niger in Onitsha, Anambra State, Nigeria.
Due to growing interest in our activities and increasing desire for participation in our Holiday Missions Trips by missions loving believers from all over the country, it has become necessary for us to bring our services nearer to the people by establishing at least a chapter of Afrika4Jesus in as many States of the federation as is possible.
To this end, we are prayerfully believing God to provide committed, missions-minded Christians who would act as State Coordinators of Afrika4Jesus in their various states of abode.
If you feel that the Lord is leading you in this direction, please contact us through:
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: 234-803-490-9121; 234-817-679-4557.

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Our Operations

February 22nd, 2019 No comments

“Afrika4Jesus …reaching Unreached Africa with the Gospel of Jesus Christ”
Country: Nigeria/USA
Term: Short Term
Affiliation: Non-denominational
KRISTIAN MISSIONARIES OF AFRICA, AKA “Afrika4Jesus” is a movement of Christians fully committed to executing God’s End-Time Gospel Project on earth, i.e. Preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations of the earth but with particular emphasis on Unreached People Groups of Africa.
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We seek to form a viable partnership with the Church – the Body of Christ – in reaching the whole Unreached Africa for Jesus Christ.
We seek to tap from her (Church) wealth of human resources, hidden men and women who are willing to Step out of their COMFORT ZONES and step over to where the real action is: THE COMBAT ZONE OF WORLD MISSIONS, as missionaries into Unreached parts of Africa where millions of souls are agonizing in heathen darkness.
We seek to mobilize the Church to invest her stupendous financial resources in training, equipping, sending and supporting her willing and ready laborers into the mission fields with a view to raising the banner of Christ and that of their denominations in those parts of Africa where the Gospel of Christ has never been preached before.
OUR VISION: The frontiers of the Church of Christ extended beyond the borders of every Unreached People Group of Africa.
OUR MISSION: Mobilizing the Church (the body of Christ) for full and positive involvement in reaching Unreached Africa for Jesus Christ.
Our major Partner in this DIVINE, End-Time Project
: You.
Missions Training and Awareness: Under our TESAS Project (Train, Equip, Send And Support), willing missionary volunteers are Trained. After their training they are Equipped and Sent to the mission fields on short term basis. And for the duration of their stay in the mission fields, they are fully Supported. This project is executed in partnership with the Church – corporate and individual – who are our Willing Missions Partners.

Missionary Children Education Project. (MICEP) It is a tragedy of this century that children of Front-line Missionaries – instead of going to school, go rat-hunting on the mission fields – not because they hate schooling, but for the simple fact that the schools are either UNAVAILABLE or UNAFFORDABLE. Our MICEP seeks to get the body of Christ involved in removing these children from rat hunting and placing them in school TODAY.

Mission Field Projects Support: We raise funds to support community based projects on the mission fields as identified by the missionary on ground.

Rural Church Projects Support: This is aimed at providing basic worship places for converts on the mission field.

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Tackling Blindness

September 14th, 2018 2 comments

The MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia defines blindness thus:
“... a lack of vision. It may also refer to a loss of vision that cannot be corrected with glasses or contact lenses. Partial blindness means you have very limited vision. Complete blindness means you cannot see anything and DO NOT see light.Aug 20, 2016.”

This is a very accurate definition of physical blindness. However, blindnes is not limited to the physical eyes only. Millions of people all over the world do not see in spite of the fact that they have a healthy pair of eyes: they are suffering from Spiritual Blindness – a situation which the Bible refers to on many occasions.

Isaiah 43:8 Bring forth the blind people that have eyes, and the deaf that have ears.

Zephaniah 1:17 And I will bring distress upon men, that they shall walk like blind men, because they have sinned against the LORD: and their blood shall be poured out as dust, and their flesh as the dung.

Ephesians 4:18 Having the understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them, because of the blindness of their heart:

St. Matthew 15:14 Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.

St. Matthew 11:5 The blind receive their sight, and the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, and the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, and the poor have the gospel preached to them.

St. John 9:40 And some of the Pharisees which were with him heard these words, and said unto him, Are we blind also?

St. John 9:41 Jesus said unto them, If ye were blind, ye should have no sin: but now ye say, We see; therefore your sin remaineth.


Answer: To be spiritually blind is not to see Christ, and not to see Christ is not to see God (Colossians 1:15-16; 2 Corinthians 4:6). Spiritual blindness is a grievous condition experienced by those who do not believe in God, Jesus Christ, and His Word (Romans 2:8; 2 Thessalonians 2:12). []


As a child, I was fortunate to have family friends who served as missionaries in numerous locations around the world. Perhaps this early introduction to a global mindset laid the foundation for the role I hold today. I remember quite fondly the moments shared with a family who served in Senegal, West Africa, and from an early age, I recall the draw I felt to this region of the world. Even now the call to Africa remains alive and, quite possibly, stronger than ever.

Today, more than three billion people live on less than US $2 per day, with the population of Africa accounting for more than 50 percent of the world’s poor. Additionally, the majority of African countries are experiencing a critical health workforce shortage including eye health professionals, adding to the 1.1 billion people around the world who do not have access to vision correction.

A recent study on Africa, Poverty and Eye Health (2014), suggests that “the relationship between poverty and eye health can be interpreted as being two-fold, in the sense that poverty may be a cause of poor eye health and poor eye health may lead to or deepen poverty.” This paper also indicates that while this correlation is clear, there must be more research done to truly understand the depth of the relationship between poverty and eye health, especially in Africa.

We know vision health affects all areas of life, so what could this mean to the people of Africa who have limited funds and limited access to vision care? If we take a deeper dive into the affects of poverty and eye health, we find this to be a multi-dimensional problem. When uncorrected vision affects everything from employment and material wealth to education and overall health – and that doesn’t even factor direct and indirect public costs from medical and related expenses or missed-earning potential – we realize the desperate need for intervention in order to break this cycle.

Africa boasts numerous countries with distinctly unique populations, but one thing is certain: vision problems are a common link across the continent. If we look at the overall population, the issue starts with children who have uncorrected refractive error and other vision issues that significantly impact school absenteeism and scholastic achievement. Eye health affects school participation, literacy levels, and future success. A recent study of 2,160 students in Egypt, showed that 38 percent had significant school absenteeism of three to four days per month and 22 percent had poor results on first term exams. If children can’t see, they can’t learn and will likely suffer economically in the future. Numerous studies show that refractive error is even more common in girls across Africa, which often leads to lower wages and fewer opportunities to break this poverty cycle.

With so many organizations focused on reducing avoidable blindness around the world, let’s be reminded that the second leading cause of blindness is simply uncorrected refractive error. Unlike infectious diseases for which we still strive for a cure, we have the solution for almost 80 percent of this affected population. What if breaking this poverty and eye health cycle hinges solely on expanding access to eye health services for school children?

When we intervene on behalf of Africa’s children today, we will be intervening for the success of the continent tomorrow.

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Just as Vision Impact Institute is intervening on behalf of Africa’s physically blind, we at “Afrika4Jesus” are intervening on behalf of Africa’s Spiritually Blind: millions of souls who are languishing in heathen darkness. They are the Unreached People Groups of Africa.

As Ophthalmology and Optometry battle physical blindness, Afrika4Jesus is battling spiritual blindness – causing the light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to penetrate spiritually blind eyes, extricating them from the clutches of hell and leading them to the gates of heaven.

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Afrika4Jesus’ Day of Prayer

June 20th, 2018 1 comment

Afrika4Jesus Prays

Please be reminded that our monthly day of prayer started on Wednesday, 1st March, 2017, by 12 noon. Let’s continue to ask the Lord for grace to do the following, among other things :
Introducing Kristian Missionaries of Afrika, Afrika4Jesus, as (a movement of christians fully committed to executing God’s End-Time Gospel Project on earth i.e Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations of the earth but with particular emphasis on Unreached People Groups of Africa,) to Pastors, Church leaders, Christian Youth Groups and other Missions-minded individuals within and outside our cachement area.
Establishing a viable Chapter of Afrika4Jesus in your city of residence with membership cutting across denominational barriers.
Penetrating and creating Missions Awareness in the body of Christ.
Mobilizing the Church for active partnership with Afrika4Jesus in taking the Gospel to Unreached People Groups of Africa.
Organising Holiday Mission Field Trips during notable public holidays (Christmas, Easter and Muslim festivities.)
Please also pray for guidance on the under-listed items:
Registration of Kristian Missionaries of Afrika a.k.a “Afrika4Jesus” with the Corporate Affairs Commission.
Identifying a seasoned, respected and responsible Christian for the post of Chairman Board of Trustees.
Selection of members of Board of Trustees
Please endeavor to visit and send in articles for publication in our web and blog sites:
I am looking forward with Calvary joy to our having a wonderful time in His presence every 1st Wednesday of the month.
Your reaction/response to this mail would be highly appreciated.
Remain rapturable and missions-minded.
Pastor Obierika.

Two people applied online to join “Afrika4Jesus” as full time missionaries. What would be our response to them?

Take Me Back

May 5th, 2018 No comments

Take me back to the old Paths,
When Mums were at home.
Dads were at work.
Brothers went into the army.
And sisters got married BEFORE having children!

When crime did not pay;
Hard work did;
And people knew the difference.

Mums could cook;
Dads would work;
Children would behave…
Husbands were loving;
Wives were supportive;
children were polite.

Women wore the dresses;
And men wore the trousers.
Women looked like ladies;
Men looked like gentlemen;
And children looked decent.

People loved the truth,
And hated a lie;
They came to church to get IN,
Not to get OUT!

Hymns sounded Godly;
Sermons sounded helpful;
Rejoicing sounded normal;
And crying sounded sincere.

Cursing was wicked;
Drinking was evil;
And divorce was unthinkable.

We read the Bible in public;
Prayed in school;
And preached from house to house.

To be called a Christian was worth living for;
To be called a traitor was a shame!

Sex was a personal word.
Homosexual was an unheard of word, And abortion was an illegal word.

Preachers preached
Because they had a message;
Christians rejoiced
Because they had the VICTORY!

Preachers preached from the Bible;
Singers sang from the heart;
Sinners turned to the Lord to be SAVED!

A new birth meant a new life; Salvation meant a changed life;
Following Christ led to eternal life.

Being a preacher meant you proclaimed the word of God;
Being a deacon meant you would serve the Lord;
Being a Christian meant you would live for Jesus;
And being a sinner meant someone was praying for you!

Laws were based on the Bible;
Homes read the Bible;
And churches taught the Bible.

Preachers were more interested in new converts,
Than new clothes and new cars.

Church was where you found Christians on the Lord’s day,
Rather than being entertained someway.

Give me that old time religion!
‘It’s good enough for me!
I still like the “Old Paths” best! Jeremiah! 6:16.

Oh give me that, old time religion,
Give me that, old time religion,
Give me that, old time religion –
For it’s good enough for me.

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Here Am I Lord, Send Me.

September 15th, 2017 No comments

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What is your response to this most important question of all times? Isaiah 6:8 “… Who shall I send and who will go for us?”
Is it, “Here am I Lord, send me?”
Or, “Here am I Lord, but send them?”

I challenge you to step out of your comfort zone TODAY and step over to where the real action is: THE COMBAT ZONE OF WORLD MISSIONS!

 If the Great Commission is true, our plans are not too big; they are too small. – Pat Morley

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Fashion of Hell

August 18th, 2017 No comments


The elders have a saying, “If children of the same mother enter into a room to talk and come out smiling, they have not told each other the truth. Alright, so in the next 3 minutes, you might not be smiling as I am going to tell you the truth, because I am your daddy. Strictly speaking, I have searched the scripture, there is nowhere that I have found where it is written, if you wear make-up, you will go to hell or you will not make it to heaven, I can’t find it in the Bible. It is not to be found anywhere at all, but I have done my own research.
There are two places in the whole Bible where references were made to painting of face, only two places, and the two places are bad. One of the places talked about Jezebel. How many of you will name your daughter Jezebel?
The day Jezebel was going to die, she did make up properly, painted her face, dented her face with jewelries, but at the end of the day, dogs ate her up.”

2 Kings 9:30 And when Jehu was come to Jezreel, Jezebel heard of it; and she painted her face, and tired her head, and looked out at a window.

Her intention? To conquer and disarm Jehu; to entice him and induce him to take her for wife. (see Jarchi) 
‘Jarchi was a medieval French rabbi and author of a comprehensive commentary on the Talmud and commentary on the Tanakh. Acclaimed for his ability to present the basic meaning of the text in a concise and lucid fashion, Jarchi Rashi appeals to both learned scholars and beginner students, and his works remain a centerpiece of contemporary Jewish study.’

“The second place is in Jeremiah 4:29-30 where God was speaking in anger to daughters of Zion, He says, ‘when I make up my mind to deal with you, you can paint your face as you like, it is not going to deliver you.’
Read it, you have your Bible to read. Those are the only two places I found, and they are terrible references.
Now as far as I am concerned, it is up to you to decide how you want to look, you want to make up, you want to paint yourself, you are at liberty.
If for any reason whatsoever God decides not to allow you to enter heaven, sorry o!!!
The point I’m making is this, nobody ever adds sugar to honey. Have you seen anybody adding sugar to honey? Anytime you see a piece of furniture that is painted, wooden furniture that is painted, the wood is inferior. When the wood is ebony, nobody paints it, no no no. I think children of God should realise they are precious enough, by the special grace of God and by the shed blood of Jesus Christ. They are honey, they don’t need sugar.
Some people go about in the name of fashion wearing wigs. I’m not being judgemental at all. This is not law, there is nowhere in the Bible which says if you wear wigs, you can’t make it to heaven. But this hair that you are wearing, from whose head was it cut? Do you know who was the original owner of the hair? Do you know what kind of anointing is in that hair? It is put in the most important part of your body, the head!!! ‘Thou anointed my head.’ Things are so bad now that some ladies come for ordination with wigs on. I always asked them: ‘Which one do you want me to anoint, the wig or the head?’
I told you, you will not smile by the time I finished. I have not been legalistic, I have not said thou shall not wear wig. I’m only talking to my daughters, my own children.

I read something in the book of Revelation 7:1-3. Some angels were sent from heaven to deal with the inhabitants of the world, after the rapture, the Bible says, I heard the Almighty God say, before you begin to deal with the people, let me mark them, let me seal them on their forehead, so that we may know those that the bullet should not hit.

What we wear matters. Why do you think the army wear uniforms? It is so that they will not accidentally shoot their own members. Can God recognize you at a glance, that is, as a child of God? Some people say it does not matter, and that what is inside is what is important, I agree with the last part, but what is inside will show outside. it will show on the outside, it will show, don’t let anybody deceive you.

When I became General Overseer, I brought a group of teachers to come and teach in the Bible College and they began to teach series of things I did not bargain for. They were teaching that God is not interested in the outside, He is interested in the inside, this man (the G. O.) is legalistic, he is too strict. So I went to Oyingbo market to buy two oranges, one ripe and the other green all over. My Bible students were beginning to turn to rebels and God gave me wisdom, so I stood before the class and I said, which of these oranges would you take if I ask you to pick one? They all pointed at the yellow and ripe one, and I said,
‘Because that one is going to be the sweeter one,’ they replied.
‘How do you know when you have not seen the inside?’
They all said that what is inside the orange portrays and shows what is reflecting outside. An orange is sweet from the appearance because its inside is sweet and vice versa to unripe oranges….
It was at this point that God passed the real message to his people and the Holy Spirit gave them a change of heart.

People of God, God cannot be mocked, you cannot begin to tell people that God only dwells in the heart of man, seeks the heart alone and not the facial appearance. It is A LIE FROM THE PIT OF HELL !!! …

You cannot sit on the fence, it is either you are cold or hot… Say no to FASHION OF HELL … Why not be and remain the way God created you? Why are you adding to what God has created? In other words, you are telling God that, “God ooh, see you are senseless to have created me this way, I am going to recreate myself with make ups.” (God forbid).
May you not be an enemy of God. Amen. “Let your dressing be in modest apparel, not of painting of face or using of gold necklaces or earrings, but of a pure heart, shamefacedness and modesty.”
Have you considered Jezebel in the Bible? She was a perfect example of the usage of all these things, and she made all these things of demonic value. May you not be among her descendants in Jesus’ mighty name. Let your watchword be ‘WORLDLINESS FORBIDDEN.’ Instead of the world copying good things from us (believers), we the believers are the ones copying bad things from the world! Very shameful and pathetic!
Remember, friendliness with the world equals to enmity with God.
Beware of the end time vices and change your ways now!”

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Step out in Faith!

June 24th, 2017 No comments

Yes, step out in Faith Today and do the seemingly impossible: Become our Willing Missions Partner and join us in reaching Unreached Africa for Jesus.

Kristian Missionaries of Afrika, AKA “Afrika4Jesus” is a movement of Christians fully committed to executing God’s End-Time Gospel Project on earth i.e Preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ to all nations of the earth but with particular emphasis on Unreached People Groups of Africa. Learn More

Unreached of the Day.

June 18th, 2017 No comments

Africa is home to over 900 Unreached People Groups with Nigeria having the lion share of about 300.
This whopping number of Unreached People is just a little fraction of the world’s Unreached billions who are wallowing in heathen darkness without a knowledge of the saving light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
We challenge you to partner with us in this Divine Mandate of taking the gospel of Jesus Christ to the nations.
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