Friday, February 13, 2009

Pastor Massock Predicts Occult Initiation

Rev Emmanuel Massock predicted that on February 11 many children will be initiated into sorcery by way of goodies and candies. When anyone hears a prophecy like this they have nothing to loose to follow the recommendation to fight against it. After all, the only prophecies that true children of God should resist are those that want to take people away from God (Deut 13:1-4).
Listen: we wrestle not against flesh and blood. Therefore, anything like this should cause the lauds and vespers of Christians to increase. After all; it is not a bad thing to pray much.
Each time someone tells me a bad dream that concerns me I do not fear nor do I dismiss it. I just go deep into prayers and resist it and then decree a better destiny.
Why should a prophecy like this sow confusion in families? It should not. Rather it should draw people closer to God. Those who hear about impending danger and run to the devil were already for the devil anyway. That is just an occasion for them to fulfill their long yearned desire.
The prophecy may not be false because the devil does not use strange means to entice people. He always comes as an agent of light (2 Cor 11:14) to seduce the weak.
If God be for us who can be against us? So why should a prophecy that foretells danger bother us? It should bother the non Christians who have nowhere to hide. For God who protects us is stronger than the devil who attacks us. So fear not.
Nonetheless, it is presumptuous and naïve to dismiss any prophecy simply because it predicts doom. What if it is true? Like a sleeping sentinel we will be caught off guard and taken into captivity.
Rev Massock is not asking the people of Cameron to go after other gods; he is asking them to increase their prayer life. So what makes the fuss? As a matter of faith Christians should even seize opportunities like this to pray and not faint.

Until then, beware sentinel; always be watchful!

Prince & PA Hamilton Ayuk.


“No matter how a rat becomes the house pet, if it is sleeping beside the bag of groundnuts the owner may not have much sleep. ” (Hamilton Ayuk).

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