(For Christian consideration)
Let me start by declaring that I am not a prophet. Nevertheless, I wish to invite you to kindly consider the issues stated below. I have no doubt that Nigeria would overcome its travails, due to the mercies of God, but I am apprehensive that it should not get worse, before it gets better.
In September 2013, Sister Ngozi called me and shared with me how she heard God say on 4th September, 2013, “the red horse has been released”. She found the “red horse” in Rev. 6: 4. I published this experience coupled with another revelation in August 2014 onwww.kingdomnewsng.com(http:/
According to the Revelation account, when the red horse would be released, men would be given power to kill each other on earth as part of God’s judgment. It would be recalled that the period 2013 marked the escalation of worldwide murder, particularly by Islamic insurgents. In 2014, ISIS consolidated its hold on terror when it captured Mosul in Iraq and took mass murder to new heights in this generation. Around this period, countries such as Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Nigeria, Mali, and Central African Republic were witnessing bloodshed. In Nigeria, Boko Haram and Fulani herdsmen were gathering steam. The Red Horse, was marching through the earth.
During the National Conference, his grace, Bishop Bagobiri, the Catholic Bishop of Kafanchan, shared with us a dream of severe famine coming upon Nigeria. According to him, the famine he saw would be so severe even dogs would be looking at people as food. Immediately, I remembered the vision of the “red horse” and I understood that after the red horse, the “black horse” follows. The black horse signifies famine. I published the article in 2014 under the heading: “Brace Yourself: Has the Black Horse Been Released?” (Link above) I warned people in 2014 that famine was coming and the solution would not be in stockpiling food, but in “righteousness”. Today, Nigeria and Venezuela cannot say there is no scarcity of food.
In the past few days, a question has suddenly been sounding within me that says, “What follows the black horse?” It is the “pale horse”. The Bible says in Rev. 6: 8 - And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him.God ordained Nigerian Church to harvest souls for the kingdom of God but what is looming on the horizon wants to harvest souls for hell. Death rides the Pale Horse and Hell follows him.
Why? Why is the Nigerian Church witnessing the judgment of the Gentiles?
Please look around you. You would observe that the ground is being prepared for massive destruction of lives. Those whom Satan wants to use do not hide their intention. In fact, they gloat and boast about it. Agents of destruction are deliberately building tension in the nation that will sooner or later erupt into an orgy of violence and destruction. Only heaven can disarm them. Only heaven can speak peace to the land. But, would heaven lift a finger? If heaven permitted the Red Horse and the Black Horse to march through the land, would heaven intervene to stop the Pale Horse?
Yes, heaven would intervene, if we do what heaven wants. Heaven wants repentance in the Church. Heaven wants righteousness in the land. Heaven wants only the Glory of God in His Church. God will not share His Glory with anyone, but the Nigerian Church is sharing it with Mammon. The kingdom of God is not meat and drink, but righteousness, peace and joy in the Holy Ghost. (Rom. 14: 17) Today, there is no righteousness, peace and joy in the land, because the people of God have turned the kingdom of God into meat and drink.
This is a call to repentance in the Nigerian Church. A lot of prayers and fasting are going on, but very little repentance is manifesting. God wants righteousness proclaimed in the midst of His congregation. He wants His people trained and raised in the image of His Son, Jesus Christ. He does not want to share Sunday sermon with Mammon and prayer vigil with money. He wants unity and brotherly love in His Church not strife and discord. He wants to see humility amongst His shepherds because He has not called any man to be a superstar.
Pro. 16: 7 - "When a man's way please the LORD, He maketh even his enemies to be at peace with him." Why aren't our enemies at peace with us? Already, some Christians report dreams and visions of massive slaughter and terror in the land. The answer is repentance.
“Come, and let us return unto the LORD: for he hath torn, and he will heal us; he hath smitten, and he will bind us up.
After two days will he revive us: in the third day he will raise us up, and we shall live in his sight.” Hos. 6: 1-2
The President of CAN has declared a solemn assembly of fasting and prayer for 21st and 22nd September, 2016. Let Nigerian Christians utilize it to repent and genuinely turn around to righteousness. Let the cry for repentance reverberates all over the Church.
The Pale Horse is prancing, yearning to be unleashed to march through our land. It must not be let loosed.
Lo, I have told you.