I really think Nigerians need this book because of the sentiment we bring into the relationship with those we see as intermediaries between the Supreme and man. It is a good thing to honour your set man but it’s also good to know when you are crossing the line of making a god out of him, most times, the set man can be the one enforcing this unknowingly. This is why marketing guru, pastor and writer, Kola Oyeyemi has released this thought provoking book titled “Beware of Pastors… Pastors Beware!”
“Beware of Pastors… Pastors Beware!” addresses the ongoing discussion about Nigerian pastors and Christian worshippers which critics have described as worshipping man instead of God.
Published by Trendy Publishing LLC, the book portrays in simple terms the dangers of ignorance in the life of a Christian, which provides a platform for false prophets to thrive on.
False prophets thrive on the ignorance and or laziness of the believer. The desire of the believer for instant miracles and his unwillingness to embrace the responsibilities consequent upon his new birth makes him a captive of the wolves in cassock”
The book declared that man is a product of a network of beings and so require relationships with fellow beings to live fulfilling lives. It however warned that relationships never leave you the same way. They affect you either positively or negatively. They either build up your virtues or lead you into vices. He therefore advocated a clear rule of engagement in any relationship so each party knows the terms of their relationship. For a relationship to be a win-win one however, whether it is spiritual or physical, he reiterated that there must be a commonality of being or purpose.
The eighty-page book broken into seven chapters, critically reviews the weaknesses in the body of Christ and the strength it takes to conquer such obstacles by building on the foundation that Christ has laid.
He also examines forces out to destroy Ministers of God and how pastors can take heed in order to ensure they remain standing.
The book is not only intended for pastors and Christians but also for the unsuspecting non – believer.
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