How I Dealt With Racism In South Africa – Apostle Johnson Suleman Narrates His Ordeal
The Nigerian Televangelist and General Overseer of Omega Fire Ministry (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman has revealed how he dealt with racism when he was invited to preach in South Africa, as a guest minister.
In a Facebook post, Apostle Suleman said the leadership of the South African Church had a policy that forbid a black man to preach in their church. “I was told I was going to preach in South Africa. That was my first time in South Africa. It’s an all white Church and the pastor that invited me said there was a dispute among the leaders because I’m black. The pastor said the leadership was in dispute and divided, when they discovered it was a black man that was invited to preach. Some of the leaders are racists and they insisted they don’t want a minister that is black in their church. The pastor who invited me told me to hang on, that he’s going to get back to me,” he said.
He said that was the first time he had such experience. “I was broken. I look at my skin and I said to myself, I didn’t make myself black. What is the problem with being black? I didn’t make myself black. I got angry and I decided to pray for 10hours everyday and I did it for two weeks before the program. As I landed at the Airport, the power of God was so strong. The person driving me was practically shaking. As I got to the pulpit, that was the shortest message I have ever preached in my life. As I walk to the altar, all I said was, thank you Jesus and more than 90% of the crowd were on the ground, wheelchairs were in the air. All the pastors were on the floor and I saw people on crutches rose up. All I said was thank you Jesus. I didn’t say anything else,” Apostle Suleman.
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