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Nigeria rejected God’s helping hand

13 October 2015, 11:01 Miraclos Benjy

Although this may sound insane and absolutely out of order; to some it might be deemed as religious arrogance, to some other it may just be nothing but a blab on the pages of paper, but to every true Nigeria and every child of God or maybe any man with the right senses will absolutely agree with me that our country had rejected God’s helping hand stretched forth in answer to the cry of his children the day we voted out our only truly god-sent and democratic president GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN (Gej) out of office. That day was the day Nigerians willingly signed up for eternal slavery. That day was the day we sold our future and our children's destiny and sacrificed our life for fear of losing it. That day was the day Nigerians said, “God, go we don't need you in our country”. It was the day we like the people of ancient Israelite gave up freedom, future and our promise land for cucumbers and garlic.

GEJ a man sent by God

Where is the place of Nigeria and Gej in the prophesy of Africa?

In the prophesy of Africa, Nigeria was not just to be a giant of Africa, but the third world that was to rise to restore the balance of the world, a country where God was to set his foot to rebuke the world of their wrongs. Evang bonke once said that something great will happen to the world from Africa and Nigeria is the trigger point for that event. Simply put, Nigeria is a trigger point for

1.  spiritual revolution

2.  Economic freedom for the nations of the world

3.  Military backbone for African nation

4.  Opposing force against the derailed and lost west and

5.  A succour for the weary mind.

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Why we surfer what we surfer

It is this trigger that every evil force from every nations of the world saw and covet to seize it. Europeans desire to have it, Arabians desire to control it and the westerners never took their greedy eyes off it. The battle has been on from colonial era when the white came, penetrate us, deceived us, disengaged us from our essence (culture) and broke the Pillar that united us and stole our value, sense of brotherhood and conscience.

Since then we have been slaves in our own land. Even when they gave us independent, it was only on paper. We were never truly free from colonial slavery until God's anointed (Gej) mysteriously ascended the throne of Nigeria. The prophesies he was to fulfil in Nigeria was to restore our total freedom and take us to the place of our destiny of which he started by free Nigeria from the local and international cabals and making Nigeria a true democratic state since transition from military rules. But the enemies of Nigeria could not stand such transformation agenda. They  conspired and like Jesus Christ was thrown out.

Why Nigerian couldn't wait until their freedom is secured by Gej

1.  Nigerians have been long enslaved that they lost the identity of freedom. They can't recognize freedom when they see one

2.  Nigerians have been fed with greed and selfishness for long that they could not skip a meal to secure their children's future

3.  An average Nigerian thinks of nothing but himself  and food

4.  The devil has discovered the weapons to use against Nigerian namely religion, tribalism and nepotism.

5.  An average Nigeria desire to shine like gold but not ready to go through blazing furnace.

6.  We are too concern about living, we fear death a lot

Nigerians knew that Gej was a saviour, but we rejected him for fear of bomb blast and war. But now that he is out, has bombing stopped? Is our war over? Has financial crises end? Or corruption ceased? Of course no.

We have made grave mistake. We have rejected God's helping hand. We have proved to God and others that we are not ready to be free.

I pray that God will give us this golden opportunity once again. Until then, let's prepare our mind and get ready for what is coming.

I'm a fan or follower of no man, but I recognise the truth when I see one. Nigeria has rejected Gods helping hand and sooner or later we will all embrace its consequences...for even the rich will cry, the prophets will weep when the tree we planted start bearing

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