IGNORE BUSHIRI PROPHECIES AT YOUR OWN PERIL – BISHOP


Animated worshippers at
Bushiri’s crusade.

South African preacher,
Bishop Magola has warned
Malawian media to desist
from underrating men of God
to avoid “forced early
retirement, death and curses” and other unspecified action.

Magola, who is dubbed
‘Terminator’ by his followers,
fired the warning shots at
Chichiri Stadium in the City of
Blantyre on Sunday where he
was a guest preacher at Shepherd Bushiri’s “Three Days
of Prophecy Conference.”

“Don’t play with Major
Prophets,” said Magola, “if you
don’t understand us, just shut
your.”

He went on to defend Bushiri
saying that despite the bad
publicity he was enjoying, he
[Magola] had had a vision in
which Bushiri was first
swimming in Lake Malawi, then the Mediterranean Sea
then the Atlantic, adding that
by next year.

“I am not defending Prophet
[Bushiri], you don’t need to
defend a lion, I am just saying
that what you have here is
not a small thing,” said Magola.

Several other international
pastors also took turns to
warn Malawians not to play
with Bushiri because they [the
visitors] would whisk him
away instead, drawing cheers of no! No! from the animated
crowd.

Bushiri himself compared
some Malawians to crows,
which he said liked to
scavenge bad things only
despite having white necks.
He wondered why Malawians only like bad news. He then made similar remarks to those President Bingu wa
Mutharika made on the same
venue on 6 March, saying that
when the press lands on men
of God’s necks, it was also on the church’s and that it was the responsibility of the
church to defend the faith
leaders.

During the sermon, Bushiri
repeated his prophecy that
Blantyre would degenerate
into chaos from what would
start as a simple
demonstration, he thus called on Faithfull’s to pray so that “the dark cloud” would spare
Blantyre.

“Pray that it may not happen,
if you don’t it will and don’t
say I never told you, and then
you may need me but I might
be away on honeymoon,” said
Bushiri to a dead silent crowd.

“I know most people call
names which they cannot
understand, it’s good that
they just call us names than to
understand us and destroy
us.”

He challenged that if his
prophecy does not come alive,
he should be called a false
prophet and said that a
prophet never visits a place
without a message, going ahead to quote Amos 3 verse
7 which says that God never
does anything without
speaking through his prophets
first.

The crowds braved the chilly
weather to witness Bushiri,
who arrived in a motorcade
of about 15 vehicles alighting
from a Nissan Teana with the
personalised license plates “Tyna 74,” flanked by body
guards with the crowds in
frenzy singing the tune: “Give
me power every hour.”

The Conference ran for three
days and focused on giving
hope to the masses,
strengthening their spiritual
stand in the eschatological
times and prophesying on the future.

It was spiced by music
from Geoffrey Zigoma, Martha
Kasambala, Habakkuk and
Bushiri’s own Praise Team. @
Nyasa Times

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Animated worshippers at
Bushiri’s crusade.

South African preacher,
Bishop Magola has warned
Malawian media to desist
from underrating men of God
to avoid “forced early
retirement, death and curses” and other unspecified action.

Magola, who is dubbed
‘Terminator’ by his followers,
fired the warning shots at
Chichiri Stadium in the City of
Blantyre on Sunday where he
was a guest preacher at Shepherd Bushiri’s “Three Days
of Prophecy Conference.”

“Don’t play with Major
Prophets,” said Magola, “if you
don’t understand us, just shut
your.”

He went on to defend Bushiri
saying that despite the bad
publicity he was enjoying, he
[Magola] had had a vision in
which Bushiri was first
swimming in Lake Malawi, then the Mediterranean Sea
then the Atlantic, adding that
by next year.

“I am not defending Prophet
[Bushiri], you don’t need to
defend a lion, I am just saying
that what you have here is
not a small thing,” said Magola.

Several other international
pastors also took turns to
warn Malawians not to play
with Bushiri because they [the
visitors] would whisk him
away instead, drawing cheers of no! No! from the animated
crowd.

Bushiri himself compared
some Malawians to crows,
which he said liked to
scavenge bad things only
despite having white necks.
He wondered why Malawians only like bad news. He then made similar remarks to those President Bingu wa
Mutharika made on the same
venue on 6 March, saying that
when the press lands on men
of God’s necks, it was also on the church’s and that it was the responsibility of the
church to defend the faith
leaders.

During the sermon, Bushiri
repeated his prophecy that
Blantyre would degenerate
into chaos from what would
start as a simple
demonstration, he thus called on Faithfull’s to pray so that “the dark cloud” would spare
Blantyre.

“Pray that it may not happen,
if you don’t it will and don’t
say I never told you, and then
you may need me but I might
be away on honeymoon,” said
Bushiri to a dead silent crowd.

“I know most people call
names which they cannot
understand, it’s good that
they just call us names than to
understand us and destroy
us.”

He challenged that if his
prophecy does not come alive,
he should be called a false
prophet and said that a
prophet never visits a place
without a message, going ahead to quote Amos 3 verse
7 which says that God never
does anything without
speaking through his prophets
first.

The crowds braved the chilly
weather to witness Bushiri,
who arrived in a motorcade
of about 15 vehicles alighting
from a Nissan Teana with the
personalised license plates “Tyna 74,” flanked by body
guards with the crowds in
frenzy singing the tune: “Give
me power every hour.”

The Conference ran for three
days and focused on giving
hope to the masses,
strengthening their spiritual
stand in the eschatological
times and prophesying on the future.

It was spiced by music
from Geoffrey Zigoma, Martha
Kasambala, Habakkuk and
Bushiri’s own Praise Team. @
Nyasa Times

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Comments

  • mcsosten abel kulisewa  On 14/07/2011 at 11:20

    if we dont knw anything about this prophet we should realy shut of mouth no to silly comment we dont want disasters that comes thru unbelief or disbelieving jst watch & see,GOd is not a man he does not repent wat we need is to tek a step to pray ernestly so that if its true it should not be a disaster to ashes but to spear..

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