We can do away with false prophets and talk directly with God

What you need to know:

  • Again, many a hypocrite cares more about the false promises of instant riches and other unrealistic “miracles” echoed by the greedy pastors than their spiritual nourishment and following the Christ’s example.

Today, every religious outfit has commercialised its services and are ideal platforms that generate billions to rogue “men of God”. Hate it or love it, the Church is creating overnight billionaires.

The unwavering, devoted faithful is subjected to skewed interpretations by the self-proclaimed bishops, reverends, prophets, etc. Many worry more about being absent from the church and contributing the usual generous sadaka more than their hungry, poor and hopeless neighbours.

“If someone says, ‘I love God,’ and hates his brother, he is a liar; for the one who does not love his brother whom he has seen, cannot love God whom he has not seen” (I John 4:20 )

Again, many a hypocrite cares more about the false promises of instant riches and other unrealistic “miracles” echoed by the greedy pastors than their spiritual nourishment and following the Christ’s example.

Mark 15:38 says: “And the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.” This symbolised the resumption of one-on-one association between man and God. It was no longer necessary for anyone else to intercede on our behalf.

We were liberated and empowered to interact with God more than ever before. Unfortunately, our limited understanding of the scriptures coupled with the generous dozes of Bible misinterpretations has made us lack the courage to save our own souls.
LEVI CHERUO CHEPTORA, Juja

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