Hello Everyone, recently, some Nigerian Christian Journalists came to me with questions about my messages that expose the falsehood in the Nigerian church. They asked me some questions and I gave them answers. I will like to share both the questions and the answers I gave with you my friends, fans and followers.
The questions and answers will be released in parts. Please read and share this piece with as many people as you can. I believe it will go a long way to help the truth be heard in Nigeria, Africa and all over the world.
For the Love Of God, Church and Nation!
Dr. Sunday Adelaja
If you have an opportunity to address Nigerian pastors, what will you tell them?
I have a lot to tell them. Firstly, I would like to tell them about the difference between the Church of Jesus Christ and Neopaganism which is being practiced in the church today. I will really like for the Nigerian church to be educated in the difference between what the true Church is and what African traditional Christianity is, which is being practiced right now in Nigeria.
I will like to tell them also that they must surrender the doctrines of demons that is being propagated in the African churches in the name of deliverance. I will like to tell them that the emphasis on miracles must be removed, that Christians are not to live by miracles but by the truth.
I will also like the Nigerian church to review what has happened to the church in Nigeria over the past 30 years, which is the fact that the church has been hijacked by paganistic practices.
I will also like to tell the Nigerian pastors to stop preaching selfishness and ego-centrism but should preach God-focused gospel.
I will also like to tell Pastors to downplay on preaching on survival on the platform of the church, instead we should begin to preach faith.
I will like to talk to Nigerian Pastors to downplay works and human attempts as a means to please God, instead pleasing God is by faith and love.
I will like to tell the Nigerian church to return to the message of love instead of the message of works and activities.
I will also like to tell the Nigerian pastors to emphasize on the equality of all rather than the superiority of some powerful men of God.
I will like to tell the Nigerian church also to return to the basis of Christianity which is truth, faith and love.
I will like tell pastors that the Church shouldn’t be based on power and miracles but on love and faith.
I will like us to return back to the authority of the word of God, to teach people to walk in the spirit.
I will like to tell the Nigerian church to meet the needs of the society and emphasize love for their neighbors.
I have many things I want to tell the Nigerian pastors, but for consideration of space, I will stop at these right now.
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