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Blog Reader And International Model Ify Eeefy Ike Slams Nigerian Pastors

Published by Lailas Blog on Wed, 08 Jul 2015

A PASTOR'S MESSAGES CAN EITHER ILLUMINATE LIVES OR HELP DESTROY THEM---I URGE PASTORS TO REEVALUATE THEIR MESSAGES AND ACTUALLY CHANGE THEIR MESSAGES .I've been pondering a few observations I have made during my 3.2 years sojourn in Nigeria and all the churches I have visited in Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Owerri as well as the telecast worships I watched on television. These pastors have a common message that is focused on repentance and prosperity.It still baffles me that the meaning of life, which is PURPOSE, was hardly preached by these men of God. Now repentance is essential to living a God fearing life but what is your life all about' Prosperity is necessary to procure the comforts of living but how do you achieve a prosperity rooted in the Will of God' That is true success!PURPOSE is the fulfillment of life, yet we are not taught about that. God created everybody for a purpose. Each one of us ought to look within, discover our purpose and work towards it's fulfillment. By doing so, we will simultaneously bring meaning to our existence and achieve the prosperity we seek.If everyone of us focus our mind on discovering the will of God for us and developing our innate talents, then there will be less hate, less crime and destruction in the world. A life of purpose is not vulnerable to the devil and so is free of destruction. Also, society will be healthier where most citizens are productiveIf pastors can preach REPENTANCE, SALVATION and PURPOSE and keep preaching them until they become embedded in the spirit of the youths, eventually they will begin to both consciously and unconsciously influence their attitude. Imagine the type of society we will have if the majority of our youths lead a purposeful life'''We all should know that when you believe you have a purpose, that belief has the propensity to compel your energy and focus into pursuing that goal!The people seek prosperity because pastors implant it into their spirit by constantly preaching it. It's not enough to tell them to pray for prosperity. How do you achieve prosperity without employment or any talents or making meaningful efforts' People indulge in crime and destructive lifestyles to achieve prosperity and then return to church to give thanks or to imagine they sow seeds of faith to God. This ill gotten money does not please God. The money procured through defiling your body, polluting your spirit, inflicting others with pain and causing sorrow are monies that do not glorify God. Your grand offerings and "seeds of faith" will never initiate the workings of the Holy Spirit.People are naturally inclined to the convictions of the ministers of God and many youths are desperate for directions and a positive change that will lead to success. It is timely and will be effective to preach PURPOSE. This message will evoke a REAWAKENING that may accelerate the so vital cleansing and the progress our societies need so much!May The Holy Spirit guide every minister of God to do their work effectively, in Jesus name I pray...Amen. I love you! Roar:(
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