Home Sunday Deception Meet self Proclaimed Kenyan Apostle who turns comments to miracles!

Meet self Proclaimed Kenyan Apostle who turns comments to miracles!

Meet self Proclaimed Kenyan Apostle who turns comments to miracles!

His name is Apostle John Kibe and he joins other several self proclaimed Apostles and men of God who live off the greed and desires of the heart.

These preachers interpret the bible to suit their teachings and in the end corner their believers into places where the blessings of God are conditional to their words.

They start off with threatening you with the bible. For instance they quote ‘touch not my anointed one nor them no harm” or in this case he uses a God’s words to Abraham “I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you” and equates himself to Abraham as a man of God literally saying if you want blessings keep blessing him.

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They then start twisting the words and promises of God posting pictures on social media with promises of blessings ‘if’ you do something in return. Meet them in their church and the blessings are now conditional to financial giving. God will bless those who give. The more you give the more the blessings.

You as a believer are told to use God, whereas the truth of biblical Christianity is just the opposite—God uses the believer. Word of Faith or prosperity theology sees the Holy Spirit as a power to be put to use for whatever the believer wills. The Bible teaches that the Holy Spirit is a Person who enables the believer to do God’s will. The prosperity gospel movement closely resembles some of the destructive greed sects that infiltrated the early church. Paul and the other apostles were not accommodating to or conciliatory with the false teachers who propagated such heresy. They identified them as dangerous false teachers and urged Christians to avoid them.

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Paul warned Timothy about such men in 1 Timothy 6:5, 9-11. These men of “corrupt mind” supposed godliness was a means of gain and their desire for riches was a trap that brought them “into ruin and destruction” (v. 9). The pursuit of wealth is a dangerous path for Christians and one which God warns about: “For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs” (v. 10). If riches were a reasonable goal for the godly, Jesus would have pursued it. But He did not, preferring instead to have no place to lay His head (Matthew 8:20) and teaching His disciples to do the same. It should also be remembered that the only disciple concerned with wealth was Judas.

Paul said covetousness is idolatry (Ephesians 5:5) and instructed the Ephesians to avoid anyone who brought a message of immorality or covetousness (Ephesians 5:6-7). Prosperity teaching prohibits God from working on His own, meaning that God is not Lord of all because He cannot work until we release Him to do so. Faith, according to the Word of Faith doctrine, is not submissive trust in God; faith is a formula by which we manipulate the spiritual laws that prosperity teachers believe govern the universe. As the name “Word of Faith” implies, this movement teaches that faith is a matter of what we say more than whom we trust or what truths we embrace and affirm in our hearts.