- Lagos-based pastor, Moses Alu, has blasted Prophet Joshua Iginla over his infidelity confession
- The pastor noted that Prophet Iginla was not repentant about his committing adultery
- Alu lampooned the prophet for saying he would divorce his wife, he claimed that what the pastor needed was a counsel
A Nigerian pastor has shared some advice with fellow man of God, Prophet Iginla. The Lagos-based pastor, Moses Alu, reacted to Iginla's adultery confession during a church service.
Legit.ng had earlier reported that prophet, Joshua Iginla, had taken the bold step of revealing his secrets to his congregation during a church service. The prophet had revealed that he and his wife cheated on each other.
Pastor Alu, who had reacted to the confession during service in his church, had blasted Iginla for saying he wants to divorce his wife. The pastor noted that what the couple needs is counselling.
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According to him, he believes that Iginla is not repentant about the affair. He noted that Iginla did not have the posture of someone who was sad about the infidelity, adding that he had confessed like he was preaching to his congregation.
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The pastor further stated Iginla had come out to confess only because his wife refused to keep quiet about the affair.
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”A pastor came out in Abuja and said he is making a confession and at the end of the confession he told his followers that he is divorcing his wife, a pastor. See the difference between him, Benny Hinn and Oyakhilome. Oyakhilome came on air and said the woman desires divorce but he doesn’t want it because the bible doesn’t permit it. Benny Hinn also said he agrees with his wife regarding her grievance but he is praying and asking people to help him talk to his wife, that she should change her mind because the bible will not allow him divorce his wife.
Listen Iginla, go back and reconcile with your wife. And to start with Iginla, you were not confessing, that was no confession. There was no posture of a contrite spirit. There was no posture of a repentant heart. You were moving from left to right in the same way you preach sermons. You cannot put up same posture when you want to make a confession of a sin you have committed. You can bewitch your members but you cannot bewitch those of us who know the Christian faith.
I don’t have a problem with you committing sin. I am looking at what you call confession. You were arrogant in your presentation of your confession. You claim you are out to make confession but you said the reason you came out to confess is because when your wife did her own you covered her but now you did your own and she found out and she is not ready to cover you. The Bible says he that covereth sin shall not prosper.
I read comments of people saying he is a humble man of God. Let me tell you, when you commit sin, it is who you have sinned against that you go to confess. You went and committed adultery, does the church need to know that? You broke your marriage vows with your wife. You are to go before your wife.
Listen Iginla, instead of you to confess the sin you committed against your wife, you went ahead to open her own up. You were saying she too she did it. Is it your business to say that? Is that confession? You were coming out publicly to rubbish your wife. Because your wife is going about complaining what has happened, you in your arrogance you are telling your wife, ‘I will finish you. You are talking about my own, I will go on air and talk about your own."
Watch interview below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier published a story of the woman who allegedly married Prophet Iginla while he was still married to his wife. It was gathered that the woman is a South African prophetess identified as Stella Zimasa Ndamase.
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