Sunday, 16 April 2017

Easter Sunday Sermon: Gbogbo Wa L’ole

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Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan, CCC, Elisha Parish (Europe & Nigeria)

Today, Nigeria as a country dangles between colossal looting of the treasury by the elites and the unbearable condition of living for the masses; hence death by suicide. The book of John 10 verse 10 says ‘The Thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life; and they may have it more abundantly’.
With the recent discoveries of looted funds in various shady places and destinations around the country, Nigerians have come to realize that their political leaders came into power with the motive to steal, kill and destroy lives. If the commonwealth meant for the benefit of the majority is stolen and kept in the houses of few elites, thereby throwing majority into hardship to the level of jumping into lagoons, then we are in trouble.

The title of today’s sermon is ‘Gbogbo Wa L’ole’—We are all thieves. Right from the head of each household in Nigeria to the youngest member of the household, even up to our great-grand fathers, we are all thieves.  God was telling us in the book of Malachi 8 verse 9, He said “You are cursed with a curse, For you have robbed Me. Even this whole nation (Nigeria)”;
Gbogbo wa lo ti jale...
have all robbed God and fellow men in several ways. The politicians robbed us. The Clergy men robbed us. The Lecturers robbed us. The Police Men robbed us. The Army robbed us. The Doctors robbed us. The armed robbers robbed us. Today, Doctors in Public Hospitals will direct patients, even at the point of death, to their clandestine private clinics and bill them to death.
The Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan (L) during a Sermon in his Lagos cathedral
Gbogbo Wa L’ole—We are all thieves. During the election seasons, we collect 2 Derica of Rice, 4 Yards of Ankara, 2 Packets of Indomie Noodles and a miserable sum of N200 and sacrifice our destinies to people without emotion. In exchange for our non-nonchalant attitudes at the poll, they looted us to death for 4 years and in most cases, 8 years or more. No wonder, men, women and the young ones are now jumping into the lagoon to bade Nigeria ‘good bye’, gbo gbo wa l’ole—We are all thieves. It is a vicious circle.  The electorates are bribed by the politicians to vote for them and the politicians loot the commonwealth of the electorates and store it with the clergy and the clergy  will be busy organizing time consuming and energy sapping prayer and fasting activities for the poor masses to keep them permanently wondering. Gbogbo wa L’ole—We are all thieves.
How the Clergy helped the Politicians to loot our destinies…
Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan....Very shocked at the ways of the clergy & politicians
While the politicians use January to December to loot the treasury, the clergy uses Easter and Christmas seasons to organize their own looting spree. In the book of Mark 8  verse 1 to 10, it said ‘In those days, the multitude being very great and having nothing to eat, Jesus called His disciple to Him and said to them ‘I have compassion on the multitude, because they have now continued with Me three days and have nothing to eat. And if I send them away hungry to their own houses, they will faint on the way; for some of them have come from afar’. That was a compassionate leader, He could feel that the masses of worshipers are hungry and tired from several days at Shiloh. Then in verse 4, his disciples asked him ‘Lord, how can one satisfy these people with bread here in the wilderness?’ But Jesus was not concerned about the limited food or the difficulty in getting the food for his people. In stead, he focused on solution.
Members listening to the sermon
He asked them how many loves of bread do they have and they replied ‘Seven’. And he did what? He commanded the multitude to seat down on the ground, took the 7 loaves and thanked His father in heaven, broke the loaves and gave them to his disciples to set before the multitude. The Bible recorded that they also brought few small fishes and Jesus blessed them and set them before the crowd to eat and be satisfied. The Bible recorded that those who ate and were satisfied were four thousand. And it was only then,  that Jesus got into his boat with his Disciples and left. But today in Nigeria, what is Pastor Adeboye of Redeemed Church giving to the multitude? What is Oyedepo of Depo Ministries or Winners Chapel giving to the multitude? Nothing! They only wait for the Easter and Christmas seasons to take more from the multitude. Majority of these people don’t even know the road to their villages again as the clergy class have set their eyes against their people and make them to face the church activities alone. From Shiloh to Holy Ghost Nights and Holy Ghost Mornings. The clergy class has kept them in perpetual penury. Pastors of today only use their members to get to the climax and dump them.
Female Members in Praise & Worship hour

They use people to build their ministries which the Lord did not build. They build schools that no member can pay the school fees. They have make millions of people to refuse to follow the Law of Labor by working hard to earn but they make them to come and be standing before the lord for ten hours, twenty-four or seventy-two hours, praying and waiting for government because they are lazy. Why? Because Gbogbo wa L’ole—We are all thieves. The Bishops, the GOs, the Pastors and the entire Christian bodies, gbogbo wa l’ole. If you are not a thief, you wont be asking people to come and be standing before the lord for ten or twenty hours during easter and Christmas period. Is God so difficult that we have to stand for hours before he can hear us? Is God so cruel to listen to our prayers and supplications that we now have to run from Holy Ghost Nights to Holy Ghost Afternoons and Holy Ghost Evenings? He said ‘My ears are not to far to hear your cries and My hands too short to save you’; so why do you make unhealthy people, beaten by the mystery of the economy to be standing before the Lord for hours? Do you want them to fall and collapse? Then, when they are going, unlike Jesus who fed stranded multitude, they take more and defraud the multitude. Why? Gbogbo wa L’ole—We are all thieves.
Judgement for the Men of the Tabernacle
Bishop David Oyedepo of Winners Chapel, Nigeria
The book of Jeremiah 5 from verse 26 stated clearly what kind of judgement awaits the rogues in God’s house. God Himself spoke here and He said “For among My people are found wicked men; They lie in wait as one who set snares; They set a trap; They catch men (Multitude)”. In verse 27, He said “As a cage is full of birds, so their houses are full of deceit. Therefore they have become great and grown rich” (28) “They have grown fat, they are sleek; Yes, they surpass the deeds of the wicked; They do not plead the cause, The cause of the fatherless; Yet they prosper, And the right of the needy they do not defend”. God asked in verse 29, He said “Shall I not punish them for these things?” Shall God not punish those who uses Christmas and Easter seasons to dupe the poor masses of this country? People who have never celebrated their own birthdays for once are asked to come and celebrate Jesus’s birthday? Why? Gbogbo wa L’ole—We are all thieves. We have breaded a generation of thieves.
Why we don’t want to stop stealing in Nigeria…
A service session with the choir
Today, you see a crowd of adults collecting taxes and all sort of illegal charges on the high ways. Men who are supposed to be engaged in farming, begging for alms at social outings, praise singers, hoodlums springing up everywhere. Nigeria is a country naturally endowed with various mineral resources for the enrichment and development of the nation and for the betterment of the citizens. Nigeria is so blessed that not all the states needs fertilizer or much rain to germinate farm produce. But it is unfortunate that people in the South Western part of our country where fertilization are not needed for cultivation will rather play lotto, join a road union to get free money or gamble rather than going to the farm. They have simply refused to utilize their time on agriculture but rather run after church programs, play lotto and do things that cannot bring food to their tables. They still depend on Hausa tomatoes, yams, beans, groundnuts and other farm produce. They utterly forget the slogan of their fatherland which says “Iwe kiko lai si oko ati ada koi pe” (Education without Agriculture is useless) Why? Gbogbo wa L’ole—we are all thieves.
Something to learn from the industry of the ants
'We can learn from the industry of the ants'-Prophet MKO Tibetan
The book of Proverbs 6 from verse 6 says “Go to the ant, you sluggard! Consider her ways and be wise”. Why should we consider the ways of the ant? Why should we be wise of the ways of the ant? Why should human beings be taking advise from the ant? Why? It is simple. Every year, Nigerian government will do a budget that will never affect the lives of the poor in any way. Every year, we roll out big, big budgets but those budgets are re-looted through series of nefarious acts by the legislature and the executive arm of government. A few satanic elites corner the larger sum of money and leave the poor to suffer and jump into lagoons and die. Yet, the ants have no captain, they have no ruler, they have no Buhari, they have no Osinbajo, Saraki or Dogara. Yet, they provide their supplies in the summer and gather their food in the harvest season. Since Nigeria has been writing her budget, she has never did one for the ants or birds of the air yet they God provides for them and they even live better than an average Nigerian. If they see a big bird die now, they will go and bring their physicians, their police officers, their army officers, their biologists, their pilots, their lawyers, their doctors, their nurses and every professional in their country. They will dissect the bird, cut the meat and start moving it en mass to their store house. They will dissect it until it remains the carcass and they will abandon the carcass. That is the proficiency of the ant. They work in unison to build their tribe. But we work in discord to break our tribe. Why? Gbogbo wa lo ti jale—We have all stolen.
From the verse 9 to 11 of that Proverb 6, God said to Nigeria “How long will you slumber, O sluggard? When will you rise from your sleep? A little sleep, a little slumber; A little folding of the hands to sleep—so shall your poverty come on you like a prowler and your need like an armed man”.
The masses should rise and work because Gbogbo wa lati jale seyin (We have all stolen in the past).
Punishment for Greedy Nigerian Leaders..
His New Revelation 2017 Prophetic Book
The Book of Isaiah Chapter 10 verse 1 & 2 says “Woe to those who decree unrighteous decrees, who write misfortunes which they have prescribed to rob the needy of justice. And to take what is right from the poor of my people”. Before 2025, those who put Nigeria in this terrible condition would be buried with their first son. Their generation up to the 4th generation will be forgotten. This country will be liberated and Nigeria will become a new country. Those who stole our common wealth should remember that they will also be buried with one casket like the poor they punished and made life miserable for. Those who buried the destinies of many brilliant Nigerians will have their 4th generation cut off from remembrance and what happened in Psalm 121 will happen to them in their caskets because they will make their face to face up. They should remember that dead trees are used as sawdust to nurture flowers, their bodies will be used to nurture Nigeria’s soil. Even if their casket is called ‘gold casket’ it is still casket. They will be sharing same room space with the poor and hungry man on the street. It will be the same 6 feet below. Just like it is said in the book ‘Things Fall Apart’ by Chinua Achebe ‘This is one of the greatest men in Umofia. He has just driven himself to go and hang himself. But now, he is going to be buried like a dog”
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(The Sermon is delivered by Prophet (Dr.) MKO Tibetan, Shepherd-in-charge, Celestial Church of Christ, Elisha Parish, Nigeria. 1-5, Celestial Way, off Zawiyat Street, Abule Iroko, off Abeokuta Express Road by Ajegunle Bus Stop, Ajegunle-Lagos. Tell; +234-8097-861617, 080-5485-3828, 080-37171-730 and 080-57070-783. Dublin Address: 15, Station Street, Balbrigan Co. Dublin, Republic of Ireland. Phone: 009-35389960-9994, 009-3538-7669-6370, 009-3538-6103-3987. London; +447-96171-4893, +447-40542-6336)


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