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Fake Prophets Better Than False Teachers—Iginla

By Dipo Olowookere

Senior Pastor of Champions Royal Assembly, Kubwa, Abuja, Prophet Joshua Iginla, has disclosed that it is better having a fake prophet than a false teacher.

In a message to his members and Nigerians, Mr Iginla explained that a false prophet can only mislead an individual but a false teacher can make the world lose everything.

Using some bible references, he further explained critically how a lot of the so called men of God have led their members wrong in the things of God.

“Any message that says when you become born again you are free from all your sins is right, but anyone that says once you are a believer and you sin, because you are born again, you are free, it’s a lie,” the cleric said.

Mr Iginla lamented that, “They have turned the grace of God to sèxual desires. They make young ones live in sin without the fear of God.

“Any message as such is heresy and from the pit of hell. The message can’t stand the test of time. If you want to teach grace, teach it well but don’t add the accessories of sin to grace. Any message that encourages sin is a comedy.”

“False teachers are worse than worst prophets. I teach grace, this new age grace message encouraging sin is dangerous. It is removing the ancient landmark’.

“When I hear some pastors teaching against tithe and offering, yet they are very good in raising funds, they say tithe and offering is old testament but still collect it.

“Native doctors, witches are there but they have decided to wage war against men of God of their type.

“There are some revelations made for a man of God consumption, not to be shared. When a mother and father know making love isn’t a sin but when it is done in the presence of their 5 year old child, it is an error. They are only making the child reckless. That is what some men of God are doing,” the man of God disclosed.

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Dipo Olowookere is a journalist based in Nigeria that has passion for reporting business news stories. At his leisure time, he watches football and supports 3SC of Ibadan.

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