Tag: Femi Aribisala

Femi Aribisala: A Season Of Conspiracies Against Goodluck Jonathan

THEYorubas have a proverb. They say: “A witch cried out yesterday and a child died today. Who does not know that it was the witch who killed the child?” Some people have gone to great lengths to declare that if President Jonathan dares to run for re-election, they would make[Read More…]

Femi Aribisala: Beloved Christians Stop Calling Your Pastors Daddy

Pastor Adeboye of Redeemed Church testified that for some time all his children were girls. When he finally had a boy, he quickly became his favourite child. But one day, the boy fell sick. The more Adeboye prayed for his healing, the worse he became. Finally, he cried out to[Read More…]

Femi Aribisala: Bishop Oyedepo, Matthew Ashimolowo, Wale Adefarasin; Babalawo Pastors

Bishop David Oyedepo says poverty is not of God.  He insists a child of God has no business being poor and declares: “There’s a proven covenant cure for poverty.”  If this were true and proven, all the world’s poor would have become rich Christians by now. Let us juxtapose the[Read More…]

Femi Aribisala: The 2015 Presidential Election Will Not Be Televised

THE Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria entitles the president to run for a term of four years renewable for another four. This means, barring death or impeachment, the president of Nigeria can serve for a maximum period of eight years. Anyone who expects a sitting president of Nigeria[Read More…]

Femi Aribisala: Why Pastors Don’t Go To Heaven (2)

I became the Pastor of Healing Wings, Chapel of Faith in 1998. But nine years later, I felt constrained to resign. My resignation came from the sudden realisation that even though God specifically called me to ministry, he never asked me to pastor a church. I have also come to[Read More…]

Femi Aribisala: Christian Thieves And Robbers

I was reviewing this article, initially titled “Ungodly Prayers,” when the Lord suddenly spoke. He said: “Femi, it is written, ‘my house shall be called a house of prayer,’ but they have made it a ‘den of thieves.’ The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and[Read More…]