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Thursday, November 04, 2021

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  1. I just use my common sense abeg

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    1. Yes, that common sense is the koko

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    2. There are lots of genuine pastors out there, fake ones are bringing the revered vocation to disrepute. Just pray for discerning spirit.

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  2. I believe in my Bible; Old and New Covenant.
    I believe in Jesus as my Savior and Lord.
    The good Shepherd (pastor) is Jesus.
    That personal relationship with him is very important to me. No other comes in between; be they "pastors, G.O.s, Bishops or popes."
    😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁😁

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    1. YES with my full chest. If I can't believe what he says.....why is he my pastor? He preaches and does the word of God. So I listen. Thank you

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  3. Not all the time. Sometimes, God can speak through some of them, but if it negates my belief and causes disquiet within me, I outrightly reject it.

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  4. I believe what mine says. He has proven himself to be a genuine man of God.

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    1. Same here..backed it up with scriptures,so far I can say he's genuine

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    2. Same here, if he isn't genuine I would have 'port'

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    3. Me too! God is really using him and I thank God he is not materialistic.

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  5. Yup yup but it depends..I can smell fake pastors that are not well grounded in the word from afar..πŸ˜†πŸ˜†

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  6. Not everything they say. My believe in what pastors say is 20/100, and that 20% is their advice and redemption preaching, not their prophecy. There re fake men of God these days than the real ones. Believe them at your own risk.

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  7. Not all. I use some common sense.

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  8. I believe what the Bible says.

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  9. Just very few of them that still have the Truth...like 1 in 2000.

    We began a Bible Study (home church) during the pandemic and I don't miss it. There my doctrine is preserved.

    Colossians 4:15 Christian greetings to the brethren at Laodicea, especially to Nymphas, and to THE CHURCH THAT MEETS IN THEIR HOUSE.

    Romans 16:5 Greet also the church
    that meets at their house.

    1 Cor. 16:19 The churches in the province of Asia send you greetings. Aquila and Priscilla greet you warmly in the Lord, and so does the church that meets at their house.

    Philemon 1:2 also to Apphia our sister and Archippus our fellow soldier—and to the church that meets in your home:

    Are you seeing what is in God's Word?

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    1. The lockdown really taught me a lesson. I am involved in a house fellowship, all we do is study the Scriptures. My Christian life has so much been enhanced since then. We go on evangelism. We give our tithes to the orphanages and use same to rehabilitate repented prisoners. No one "pastor" packs those tithes to himself alone. I am so fulfilled in Christ. I never even knew that someone can visit the prison until these genuine believers came along.

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  10. They are all thieves. All of them. No exceptions. They are running various Ponzi schemes with different approaches all targeted at people's pockets. They focus on people's gullibility. To me, it's either you're a patented olodo, or you willfully step down your thinking faculty to subscribe to their absurdities. How else can you explain a situation where somebody tells another person to give them money then go ahead to shout themselves to insanity in the name of praying in order to quadruple said money? Religion is tantamount to ara. Ezigbo ara.

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    1. LMAO.
      Caesar there are good ones still even though you described a whole lot of them.

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    2. Ceasar, lol,I knew you were going to have tonic clonic seizure when you see this post. Hottie 7

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    3. My beloved Caesar 😘❤️❤️ You know them well

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    4. Abeg shush it! Most atheists I know don't even have time to concern themselves with the religion people practice. In your own case ,you are so invested in what they do with their time and money. How is it any of your business?

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    1. No I don't. Especially those ones that give prophecy or 'message' to people. I just pray to my God myself. I don't trust anyone abeg.

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  12. I believe in what the Bible says.

    My parents call me unbeliever because I don't ever agree with whatever message they have from these people.

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  13. It's not about what the pastor said but what God said via his word is what I belive. The pastor is just a representative to share the word of God.

    Is best you know your God individually and not depend on what the pastor said.

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  14. Most pastors don't even know the word

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  15. What's my business with pastors and even reverend fathers? Yeah, i respect the few ones that deserves it but i just do the things i feel are normal, pray, go to confession if need be, use my head and mind my business. I don't get too close to them to listen to anything.

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  16. I sieve what I hear. I don't follow blindly. For some people, their pastor is always right, forgetting they're humans.

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  17. I believe in what God's Word says. A lot of times he's spoken through his sons and daughters specifically to me. I believe them cos they're confirmation Of what God has revealed to me already through prayers. I have a deep personal relationship with God and a discerning Spirit. I can tell sense from Spirit revelation.

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  18. Reverend father wey chase me? See ehn know your God on your own most of them are headed to a place worse than hell. This happened abroad o

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  19. Not all of them, I was invited to one tarry night and I went, when they were introducing people in the church, they said, if you are a woman in this church, you want to have a child 'someday' , stand up with the children let's greet you (mind you I was married but we weren't looking for a child yet, we were not ready for one), I stood up, do you know that became the prophecy for me, that I was going around looking for a child.

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    1. My own pastor nearly raped me when I missed church and he came to my house to check up on me

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  20. Not all and my senses is always alert.

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  21. Christians are the worst hypocrites ever. See them openly condemning their pastors o, let essah do same ,they will attack him. They forget that he is entitled to his opinion just as they are. Let me see any of you here attacking him again for doing same thing .



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  22. I do
    But still apply common sense

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  23. Only Kumuyi, no other one.

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  24. NO. I believe in God.

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  25. I believe in the word of God contained in my bible, any believed in any man of god,we are all God's children, and created in his image and likeness

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