Friday, 23 June 2017

This Is How The Cameroon "Churches" Is Selling Wind To The People

Misleading promises, scams, lies, and denunciations are the modes of operation of these prophecies. Every day that passes lengthens the list of complaints and recriminations of men and women despoiled and abused by the "telling of good news." 

There are many Cameroonians who have been seduced by the falsehood of these false pastors who are scouring our towns, villages and neighborhoods. The churches, especially the so-called revival churches, have germinated like mushrooms in every nook and cranny of the streets, cities and countryside.

Even the family houses did not hesitate to tempt to become a temple of the Lord, where the new foists, "false prophets" for the most part, took advantage of the misery of the people to whom they promised the miracle. Whoever wants a job, a contest in a great school, a post in the government ... only one remedy: prayer, not in the respective traditional churches, but exclusively in the new masters of the faith, true sweets shepherds to the Ivorian. To the question of why your prayers do not bear, they reply: "Come and pray with us, your pastors and priests do not know God, they serve the devil."

The churches have become trading posts where everything is sold and everything is bought. You want the blessing, you want to keep your job, get rich without doing business, pass an exam even without studying your lessons, you have to pay the high price, despite the utopia of disenchantment you may not escape. Unable to bring water home if you want to bless it, water is sold at church at a price at least exorbitant. The cult of personality is not, however, the Reverend Doctor Pastor, it is the living God in live. If you are a good faithful man, well, sell everything, give the money to the pastor and you will go to Paradise.

Four, five, six fundraisers at the bottom, are on the agenda every day and at every Mass or worship. It is necessary to contribute for the I-PAD of the pastor who is not without a telephone, for the new car of the pastor, for his clothes that already takes a stroke of old ... These new "magicians of the verb" Headed churches have nothing to do with the theology of humility they impose on their faithful to better ransom them. They are cooler than diplomats, it looks like dummies in full fashion parade.
Unfortunately, despite the acts of brigandage of these crooks, many people are always caught in the trap of these "false prophets." Unbelief, misery, poverty and ignorance of some people are all weaknesses that shamelessly exploit these swindlers, who far from bringing solutions to the problems of the populations, exploit them in the name of religion.

It is more than urgent that the authorities are seriously addressing this social scourge, this new form of fraud that impoverishes many more people, creates discord and divides families.

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