- Pastor Chris Oyakhilome has disclosed that in his belief the world is ending soon, saying that it will happen in the next three years
- The cleric said that even if it does not happen then, it could be in six years' time or at most 10 years from now
- Pastor Chris, therefore, called on people to give their lives to Christ, adding that the end is really near
Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the head of Love World Ministries aka Christ Embassy, has given the timeline of when the Rapture will happen. He said that however late the event takes place, it can never exceed a-10-year timeframe. The man of God made this known when making an altar call for "lost souls".
While asking people to give their lives to Christ, he said the last hours are here. On the church's Instagram page, he asked those who want to be led to Christ to send a DM and they will be guided accordingly.
"If the Rapture doesn’t happen in 3 years, it might be 6 years. If it doesn’t happen by then, it cannot exceed 10 years.
"You have to give your heart to Jesus today because we are living in the LAST HOURS. Send us a DM and we will lead you to Christ. It’s that simple," the Instagram post read.
Some people who reacted to the post were not too convinced while others noted that the evil in the world was too much.
Below are the reactions the post got:
melo_apoh said: "What a day."
olowosunesis said: "Am in the first flight gang."
"Y'all do know this guy is a fraud for saying this. 'However, no one knows the day or hour when these things will happen, not even the angels in Heaven or the Son himself. Only the Father knows. Mark 13:32 NLT'."
1020.joseph said: "The evil is too much."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Pastor Chris reacted to the guidelines rolled out by the federal government for the gradual reopening of churches.
In a video that has been trending online, the pastor said that one cannot say they believe in Jesus Christ and be afraid of viruses, adding that Jesus healed the sick by touching them in the Bible.
The clergyman condemned many ministers of God who have been supporting government control of religious houses.
"These people who are afraid are pretending to be representing the Christians to the government, it's a shame. I think the government leaders are laughing at them.
"...If you are afraid of the virus, you have no gospel. Your gospel has ended. The moment you start giving such guidelines to people in the church, you've repudiated your faith in Christ," he said.
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