When I read on Facebook that Jesus is in Kenya, I was surprised, because the signs that should precede his coming have not been seen. I got more worried when I discovered that this “Jesus” is in the midst of Christians. He was said to have been “invited from heaven” by a pastor.
Seeing more posts on Facebook about this Jesus, I was making up my mind to go to Kenya to ask this “Jesus” questions I consider to be very Important. I will ask him,
- Why has he not asked for a Mosque to observe Salah?
- If he told the Christians in Kenya that he is not God?
- If he would include a verse that says Jesus was sent to humanity because Matthew 10:5-6 and Matthew 15:24 tell us he was sent to the Lost Sheep of Israel ONLY.
- What happened to the ghosts that went into the city following the alleged crucifixion?
- How many crosses has he destroyed?
- If he would tell Christians which of the Bibles is correct before he leaves?
- If there are two gods in heaven now given his own presence here.
The Jesus image conditioning
Over the years, Christians had been hanging pictures of Jesus in churches, on crosses, cars etc. One needs not ask who the one in the image is to know that it was a portrayal of Jesus.
When George Fisher acted the role of Jesus in the movie, Civilization in 1916, he probably did not know that actors playing the role of Jesus would want to look like him. Though, there are different movies on Jesus and different actors, one unifying factor is that they all want to look alike.
HB Warner ( King of Kings, 1927), Robert Powell (Jesus of Nazareth, 1977), Brian Deacon (Jesus, 1979), Adam Bond (Good Omens, 2019) have all looked alike in their portrayal of Jesus.
Consequently, if you show a child or even an uninformed adult the picture of any of these actors in a Jesus movie, they tell you it is Jesus and may probably hold the picture close to their heart. When you see one of them just tear such picture and be ready for a battle. How dare you tear their “Lord and personal Saviour”?
Since Robert Powell played the character, Jesus, in the 1977 movie, Jesus of Nazareth, Robert Powell’s photos are hung in churches, homes, cars, schools, offices and many holy grottos all over the world to drive off evil forces and attract good fortunes. He said,
“I never cease to say and I repeat it to the world since 1977. I am not Jesus Christ, I am just an actor and British comedian. I am tired of seeing my photos displayed in places of worship and other places for worship. I just make a film for a living. Burn my picture and worship the only God in truth ! I am just an actor… Jesus is Lord!”
James Patrick Caviezel who acted as Jesus in Mel Gibson’s “The passion of Christ” might need to start begging people to stop bowing for him in Churches!
The Jesus in Kenya
The idea of a Jesus in Kenya must have been a result of extreme sarcasm. However, it still does not change the fact that those that invited him and the one who was invited are propagators of falsehood and there was a deliberate attempt to take advantage of the gullibility of Africans when it comes to religion.
Michael Job, who acted Jesus in ” The life of Jesus” was invited to Kenya to brainwash people as usual.
Michael was a guest speaker at Crusades organized by group of Churches in Kenya. He must have enjoyed his tour of Kenya leading people astray like Reinhard Bonnke. No wonder, he Studied Evangelism at Reinhard Bonnke School Of Evangelism.
There was no Jesus in Kenya but Michael Job.
The Physiotherapy Miracle
Going around in a robe, long hairs but a white skin, Michael Job was touring Kenya in a “Jesus” appearance he wore in a movie, asking people to come for miracles.
Funny enough, our Mr. “Jesus” was seen dancing in the streets of Kenya and after a stressful day of falsehood, he was caught sleeping. Unfortunately, he was not given a pillow like Jesus of the Bible had on the canoe.
Michael claimed on his Facebook page that he had been performing miracles in Kenya. In one of the videos, he was asking people to come out. He asks about their problems, they complain of pains, then, he asks them to jump, whine, twist, bend, and asks if they still feel pains.
My physiotherapist can do better!
Many years ago, the missionaries had taken advantage of the naivety and “illiteracy” of Africans to sell Christianity to them. The movie, “Black Monkey” captured this well.
It is pathetic that, at a time when we think Africans are waking up, the display of gullibility and dogmatism keeps growing.
Buying the idea of a white Jesus is nothing but folly. Christians need to emulate this Pastor who destroyed a cross in church,
Now, the position of the Hadeeth on Jesus’ second coming makes sense. If Robert Powell is asking you not to worship him, you have given yourself an idea of how Jesus looked like, a white Jesus, that Jesus would come to destroy these crosses in not irrational at all.
Embrace Islam, find Salvation.
Bashir Lucas Samson Lukman