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“Many People Have Not Seen Wickedness” – Pastor David Ibiyeomie Reveals Why Believers Should Curse Their Enemies


According to the clergy, he said, many people have not seen wickedness. That is why they play with life. He noted that it was scriptural to lay a curse upon the wicked. He observes that some Christians will say I don’t believe in cursing because the Bible says pray for your enemy and Jesus says love your enemy. He said that means you are holier than Jesus because Jesus cursed.

Pastor Ibiyeomie gave an account of where Jesus was angry with Herod when they told him to run away so that Herod would kill him. He said Jesus was very angry in Luke 13:32, and Jesus called Herod a fox, and he died like a beast. He also read Mark 11:21, where Peter told Jesus to observe the fig trees that he cursed withered.

Pastor Ibiyeomie lastly remarked that if you don’t curse evil people, you may come under a curse. he said because when they kill you they will insult the church and say he goes to church. But we finished him like a rat. He said that is why you must be on the offensive.

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