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God will humiliate terrorists and their backers- Bishop Wale Oke

by Church Times

 

 

By Adekunle Adewunmi.

The General Overseer of Sword of the Spirit Ministry, Bishop Wale Oke  on June 1 in Lokoja decreed that the days of terrorists and their backers are over in Nigeria. He said God himself will pass judgment on them, humiliate and eliminate them in no time from top down with no iota of mercy.

Bishop Oke made this declaration at a ministers’ conference in Lokoja, Kogi State where all Christians in the State gathered together in one accord to raise prayer unto God mainly for the peace and progress of Nigeria.

The conference, whose theme centered on the restoration of Nigeria’s lost glory, was borne out of God’s direct instruction to Wale Oke to go all over the States in Nigeria; FCT inclusive to mount prayer altars unto God for the stoppage of incessant killings in Nigeria as a whole.

Bishop Wale Oke who started this inter-state prayer movement on March 2, 2018 said he wept profusely and broke down when he read about the 72 persons killed in Benue then, God told him that the blood of righteous is crying unto Him in heaven. He enquired of God when the killings would stop and was told by the Holy Spirit that it will stop when His church stops it.

According to him, God said there is a spirit behind the unreasonable bloodshed as such, politicians, police or soldiers cannot stop them but only His church can if they would stand on their watch since the weapon of our warfare are not carnal but mighty through God to the pulling down of stronghold.

“They have made mothers weep; their mothers must weep because the wickedness of the wicked shall not be allowed to continue. As God did to Pharoah, Caesera and Zamona, He will do to them.”

Fierce prayers were raised unto God in one voice concerning the reign of peace and recovery of Nigeria’s lost glory.

Bishop Oke also made it known that the church will decide those coming into governance in 2019 and God will give Kogi State as well as Nigeria its own David that will rule according to divine selection and absolute acceptance of God to bring recovery of our lost glory throughout the federation.

“The church will decide the matter of 2019; every wrong candidate will fail and be fought by God irrespective of their political structure, they will crumble.

Present at the event were officials of CAN and PFN including the PFN Chairman; Bishop Bako, Wife of CAN Chairman, Pastor Ben Oluyemi of Living Faith Church, Rev. S.B Owolabi, Pastor Joseph Obeya and many others from different local governments in the State. Bishop John Ibenu, the CAN Chairman was unavoidably absent for a CAN meeting in Abuja but was represented by his wife.

Bishop Wale Oke, however, in a bid to ensure that the prayer chain doesn’t stop, created according to God’s instruction, a prayer watch which comprises of church leaders who shall monthly meet at the national level to keep tab on spiritual activities in the country and stop every looming storm coming into the country.

He encouraged believers all over the country to pray that God will bring down, judge, humiliate and eliminate those funding and sponsoring terrorism in Nigeria.

 

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Daughter Zion June 21, 2018 - 4:30 pm

What a good effort by Bishop Wale Oke. The bishop said and I quote “He (Wale Oke) enquired of God when the killings would stop and was told by the Holy Spirit that it will stop when His church stops it”. I know God will never go against His word because He already said in 2 Chronicles 7:14 (NKJV) that – “if My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land”.

So my question is, when will Nigerian Christians fully obey the directives in 2 chronicles 7:14. We only do the praying part which I guess is easier to do, when will we humble ourselves and turn from our wicked ways? Half obedience is no obedience at all. Remember King Saul’s half obedience to destroy the Amalekites, hear what God said in 1 Samuel 15: 10-11 (NKJV) – “Now the word of the Lord came to Samuel, saying, “I greatly regret that I have set up Saul as king, for he has turned back from following Me, and has not performed My commandments.” CEV translate this verse thus … “The Lord told Samuel, “Saul has stopped obeying me, and I’m sorry that I made him king.” God said Saul has stopped obeying Him, He did not say Saul obeyed partially.

No amount of prayer chains across the nation will bring about any change until we do exactly what the Lord requires. God will never change His word or His standard because of Nigeria’s situation, the word of God abides forever.

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Daughter Zion June 21, 2018 - 6:16 pm

Pastor James Merritt wrote this thought in the devotional “52 Weeks through the Psalms” and I think it applies to Nigeria.
“We don’t need to be praying for revival but for repentance. Our problem is not just that we a sinful people, but that we are a people who refuse to repent of our sin. Yes, we are plagued by the presence of sin, but we suffer more from the absence of God. Asaph knew that God had left the scene in Israel and he prayed, “Return to us, God Almighty! Look down from heaven and see! Watch over this vine” (Psalm 80:14). We would do well to pray this prayer right along with Asaph. But prayer is never enough; it is never a smokescreen for repentance. The road to renewal always leads through the door of repentance that opens up to us by God’s grace.

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