I am aware that when it comes to the issue of end times, Christians have differing views on the timing of rapture and tribulation. Some believe on pre-tribulation rapture, some on post-tribulation and some believe mid-tribulation rapture. My objective is not to start a discourse on which view is scripturally correct, when God has done what He wants to do, we shall all see what He has done.
My objective is to trumpet the command of Jesus Christ, WATCH AND PRAY. Please, WATCH AND PRAY!
Sometime last year, Sis. Ngozi shared with me a revelation she had in which she heard clearly, “The Red Horse has been released”.
She found “the red horse” in Rev. 6: 4 And there went out another horse that was red: and power was given to him that sat thereon to take peace from the earth, and that they should kill one another: and there was given unto him a great sword.
If we observe global events carefully, men have been killing one another. From Boko Haram and Fulani insurgents in Nigeria to ISIS in the Middle East, Russian forces in Ukraine, Taliban, Al Shaabab in Central Africa, Syria, Egypt, Libya, and so on, blood has been flowing all over the world.
What follows the red horse should be of concern to us.
5 And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand.
6 And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine. Rev. 6: 5-6
His Grace, Bishop Bagobiri shared with me a revelation a few days ago that he saw a terrible famine hit the nation. The famine he saw was so severe that even dogs started looking at people as food. Even for the dogs, there was nothing for them to eat! Now, Bishop is not a man given to emotions or sensation so, if he told you that he was frightened by the revelation, you better believe him.
For me, it just tied up two separate events. In our last edition of Karis Christian Magazine, we devoted a whole page to only one headline: FOOD CRISIS LOOMS! Why? Most Nigerian farmers in the South have stopped cultivating food crops in favor of Cannabis Sativa (Indian Hemp), because of its profitability. That is why food has been coming from the North to the South.
Now in the North, particularly in the North East and parts of the food basket in the North Central, most farmers have stopped going to the farm because of the fear of Boko Haram.
So, what follows? The Black Horse! Brace yourself and get ready.
Now, the solution is not in stockpiling food. How much food can you stockpile and where will you keep it? The solution is to get closer to God in repentance and righteousness. Now is the time to be a Christian in word and in deed. There is no time to pretend anymore or play church. God already spoke through Pastor Matutis in Germany (in first edition of Karis Christian Magazine) that famine will come but His children should NOT be afraid as He would provide for them and sustain them.
If indeed the Black Horse has been released, only those who are faithful to God shall survive it.
I pray that you will be counted worthy to be one of them.
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