Pastor Bosun Emmanuel speaks to Nigerian church

PASTOR Bosun Emmanuel, who earlier warned Nigerians about plans by a militant Fulani Islamic group to Islamise the country by force has emerged again, this time, cautioning the Church against the dangers of impending God’s judgment.

In a very lengthy statement recently, he said: “On Sunday, May 11, 2014, the Lord by His grace enabled me to deliver a message to Nigerian Christians, which became known as ‘THE WAKE-UP CALL.’ “Unfortunately, certain influential people arose amongst the Christians opposed the message. They did not foresee the consequences of their actions, consequences we are all witnessing today.

After the Wake-Up Call, the Lord made me deliver another message at the National Prophetic Conference in November 2016, that “Nigerian Christians are praying and fasting, but they are not repenting.” Based on that message, we started the annual National Prayer of Repentance in 2018.After the third iteration of the intercessory program, God spoke in February 2020 from Matthew 3: 8, “bring forth fruit meet for repentance”. In other words, produce evidence that the Nigeria Church has repented. If anyone has such evidence, as of today, January 2022, we are yet to see it.

“On July 1, 2016, the Lord gave me a message that He has released the spirit of Nebuchadnezzar into Nigeria to punish the rebellion of Nigerian Christians. The President of Nigeria will do whatever he wants, just like king Nebuchadnezzar. All these came to pass.

“God also said that His Word to Nigeria was Jeremiah 27. I delivered this message during the National Prophetic Conference in November 2016. I told the brethren that based on what God showed me, Buhari will not die like Sani Abacha and Umaru Yar’adua. I pointed out that if Nigerian Christians genuinely repent, Buhari will be removed by God. If the Christians do not repent, verse 7 of Jeremiah 27 shall overtake the land. Verse 7 says, “And all nations shall serve him, and his son, and his son’s son, until the very time of his land come: and then many nations and great kings shall serve themselves of him.”

Every attempt to make Nigerian Christians demonstrate repentance by judging evil, primarily within the Church, was resisted by some Church leaders and their supporters in the Church. Since God deals with His people through their leaders, the attitude of the Church leaders sealed the fate of Nigerian Christians and Nigeria as a country.

In June 2018, the Lord made me write and present a message at a Christian Conference that the Church should re-organize the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) before the end of 2018 or else the consequence on the Church and the country would be disastrous. After the Conference, I circulated the paper. Rather than re-organize CAN, Church officials gathered at a meeting in Abuja, later in the year, and made nought of the message and verbally assaulted the messenger. In 2019, the Church lost control of the national elections. In fact, the Church became the instrument used to hand over power again to enemies of Jesus Christ afflicting the land. We are all witnessing the consequences.

WHO OPENED THE GATES OF HELL?

Every attempt to close the gates of hell was resisted by some Church leaders who saw correction and admonition as challenge and affront to their temporal authority. Things do not just happen. For hell to have broken loose upon Nigeria, someone opened the gate.

It is time to shut the gate of hell and bring back the glory of God into the Nigerian Church. If there is no conscious effort to shut the gate of hell, then, hell will continue to widen itself and open its mouth without measure.

On April 12, 2021, the Lord told me to write a letter to 12 Christian leaders, that the problem of Nigeria is the “leadership crisis” in the Church. After sending the message to the 12 Church leaders, the letter was circulated to Christians and placed online as a witness. To date, none of the 12 Christian leaders has acknowledged the letter. I am also aware that some other brethren were also instructed by God to write letters to Church leaders on April 11, 2021, May 23, 2021, and on August 26, 2021.

On May 5, 2021, the Lord spoke that He was no longer interested in the repentance prayer of Nigerian Christians. Many of them only repent with their mouths but do not produce the fruit of repentance.  Therefore, He wanted to commence judgment. I should point out that the Lord did not tell me whom He was going to judge, how He was going to judge, or when He would commence the judgment.

One thing is clear, the Nigerian Church has been experiencing God’s indignation for many years without any attempt by those who constitute leadership in the Church to put the House of God in order. This indifference confirms the word of God in September 2013, that the Nigerian Church is an “irresponsible Church.”

God forbid that the Nigerian Church is repeating the sin of Eli, Hophni, and Phinehas in Shiloh. It is time to bring back the glory of God into the Nigerian Church.

“The further a society drifts from the truth, the more they will hate those that speak it.” Selwyn Duke

CHRISTIAN LEADERSHIP

In all aspects of human endeavour, leadership is crucial. The Church is not an exception. If the people of God are not led or represented by God’s appointed candidate, Christians will suffer immensely. Therefore, in the next election of the President of Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) in June 2022, Church leaders must be prayerful, submissive to the Holy Spirit, and conduct thorough background checks of every candidate. The Electoral College of CAN must do a thorough job. Christians must pay close attention to the election in CAN because whatever decision is taken there affects them. That is the office of the “Gate Keeper”’.

On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, God told me that the office of the President of CAN is the Office of the “Gatekeeper,” therefore, it must only be occupied by God’s appointed candidate. Any candidate that rigs election or bribes delegates to vote for him is not God’s candidate. Those who rig elections cannot claim to be ordained by God.

The mere fact that a Church leader bribes delegates to vote for him is the first sign that God did not call him into the office. If God did not call a man into an office, God will not give the man grace to succeed or be fruitful in the office. If God refuses to work with a leader, it is the followers who will suffer immeasurably.

The past few years have been traumatic for Nigerian Christians. We measure our losses in human blood and count it in loss of human lives.

If Nigerian Christians want the indignation of God to come to an end, they must insist on credible elections in CAN, and righteousness from the Church leaders. It is unfortunate that some Christian leaders, who should teach and promote TRUTH in the Church, are the very people misleading Christians, and twisting the truth in the Church. This is very unfortunate.

When the evils done in the Church were exposed, rather than execute judgment and condemn the evils, some Church leaders diverted attention by describing the whistle-blowers as “rebels.” You cannot paint innocent people with the brush that stained you before God. Those who expose evils in the Church are not rebels. It is those who do evil in the Church, the thieves, the serial liars, the violators of the Constitution of the Church, those who rig elections, the merchants in the sanctuary, and their supporters, those are the rebels, because they disobey God and bring calamity upon innocent Christians. It is because of these evil doers that God is angry with the land. The truth cannot be silenced in the Church. All Church leaders involved in these acts of iniquity should ask God for forgiveness and repent. They stand condemned. In the court of heaven, they are condemned.

Every God-fearing Christian must condemn “cash and carry” elections in CAN. It must not happen again. It is an embarrassment to the Kingdom of God that Church leaders would engage in bribery to win elections in the Church, yet the same Christians loudly condemn election malpractice amongst politicians. Are some Christian leaders any better?  Those who rig elections cannot claim to be ordained by God.

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