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Williams Uchemba carpets ‘false prophets’, lectures fans on Christianity



Williams Uchemba, a Nollywood celebrity, raised the alarm on Saturday about the rise of fake prophets claiming to have received messages from God.

The actor took to Instagram to criticize the false prophets, claiming that their teachings are unsupported by scripture.

Uchemba then proceeded to give a lesson to his fans on how to discern messages from God.

He wrote, “There is a massive release of false prophets recently claiming they heard from God but can’t back up a single thing they say with the scripture.

“How you know it’s God is that it comes from the place of love. How you know it’s the devil is that it comes from the place of condemnation.

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“You think Christianity is a joke? You think Hell is funny? You think Jesus’ death for our redemption is a movie?

“You don’t use fear and condemnation to preach Christ. That’s the devil’s tools. Condemnation has never fixed a misbehaving child. Charlatans misleading the sheep for slaughter.”

“Know the word of God for yourselves guys so nobody will deceive you. (2 Timothy 2:15 , Mathew 7:15).”

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