My pastor put me in trouble

Why Do Some PASTORS Like To Put Somebody Into Trouble?

I was in church today when Pastor said: “It’s time to say hello to your Neighbours, shake hands and lets get to know
each other.”

I said hello to the person sitting to my left and to the one sitting to my right.. We introduced our selves and both said they were Egyptians.

Preaching time came and Pastor decided to preach from Exodus 14:13.. Telling us about how God saved the Israelites
from Egyptians. My people, remember that there were Egyptians on my left and right.
I was thinking to myself “How do these two Egyptians feel knowing that their people are the bad guys in this Bible verse”

Well, I just sit-down my own je-je-je.

The next thing oo!!, Pastor shouted: “The Egyptians made the people of God to suffer for years!!!, I said they made them
Turn to your left and to your right!!! And tell your Neighbour!!!,
The Egyptians you see today!!!, You shall see no more!!!”

My people, if you were in my position will you say the word?

not for you alone ooooooo, keep sharing it..-


One thought on “My pastor put me in trouble

  1. Coffin Maker Dumps 14-Year-Old Son In Well
    For Casting Evilspell On Business
    A middle-aged man, identified as Papa Ogada, has dumped
    his 14-year-old son in a well, accusing him of being
    behind his inability to make progress in life.
    Vanguard gathered that Ogada, a coffin maker, who hails
    from Oberete village in Obingwa Local Government Area
    of Abia State, had been complaining that his son was a
    wizard, who had caused him serial misfortunes since
    reuniting with him, after leaving his mother’s place.
    A source said: “The truth is that the man has been
    separated from the boy’s mother. Since the boy came back
    from his mother’s place where he lived, the man has been
    accusing him of being a wizard.“
    He once told us that he had consulted many spiritualists,
    who told him that his son is a wizard and is behind the
    problems he has had in his business.“ We are not surprised
    that he went this far.”
    It was learned that Ogada contacted one of his friends, who
    helped him tie up the boy with his school uniform, books
    and other property and drove off at about 9p.m. to
    neighbouring Abiaka village, where they dumped him in
    an abandoned well.
    According to a resident of Abiaka village,vwho was part of
    rescue efforts, “some of us had already retired for the day
    when we started hearing shouts and cries coming from the
    location of the abandoned well, but we thought people
    were fighting.“
    As the shouts increased, we summoned courage and got to
    the area and discovered that it was coming from the
    abandoned well. We got a rope and bucket, threw them
    inside and the boy managed to cling to and was pulled
    He was already weak with injuries. We thanked God the
    well had been out of use; he might not have survived.”
    At press time, the boy was said to be receiving medical
    attention at an undisclosed hospital, while his father’s
    whereabouts is unknown.
    When contacted, Police Public Relations Officer, Abia
    State Command, DSP Ezekiel Onyeke, said the incident
    was not reported to the Police.
    Onyeka said: “I have contacted the DPOs of Eastern Ngwa
    and Ohuru Isimiri Divisions covering the Obingwa area;
    they said they are not aware of the incident. May be, it
    happened and was not reported.”


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