The controversial OAP Daddy Freeze took to Instagram to share a lengthy post which will no doubt raise more controversy as among other things.
He stated that Nigeria has only gotten ‘worse’ since the inception of Nathaniel Bassey’s HallelujahChallenge.
I AM PROBABLY THE ONLY GENUINE PROPHET LEFT IN Nigeria!
I predicted Donald Trump’s win, Miracle’s win, I also predicted that that we won’t lift a trophy in Russia as far back as April, in a set of viral tweets across most blogs, see the way Argentina beat us the way they beat thieves.
All my predictions were met with hostility but I wasn’t moved. However, one prediction of mine brought so much sadness to me, because it was something we could have avoided.
In November 2017, I predicted that Nigeria will overtake India as the country with the most people living in extreme poverty. Not only did I predict this, I offered a logical solution, pleading that every Nigerian should aim to remove someone poorer than them from poverty, with a portion of their income. @judeengees was the only celebrity that participated in the challenge.
Instead of following this logical line of reasoning, most people preferred to participate in the #HallelujahChallenge, which since it started, Nigeria has only gotten worse.
How can a man who believes in tithing which puts you under the curse as explained in Galatians 3:10 which tells us that we are under a curse if we obey one part of the law, without obeying the entire 613 laws of moses.
The Bible also tells us that if we obey the law selectively, we are cut away from Christ and we fall from the grace of God.(Galatians5:4)
Why did people choose to listen to pastors who had no track record of a successful prediction, pastors who got it all wrong, repeatedly? The answer is simple, they were only fulfilling an age long biblical prophecy.
◄ 2 Timothy 4:3 ►
New Living Translation.
For a time is coming when people will no longer listen to sound and wholesome teaching. They will follow their own desires and will look for teachers who will tell them whatever their itching ears want to hear.
What I was saying, despite it being the proven truth each time, did not tickle their ears the way the lying words from the mouths of scripturally unlettered prophets did.
At the end of the day, the yoruba adage which goes “Ooto oro, omo iya isokuso” has been proven biblically to be true! ~FRZ