Pastor Mike Bamiloye explains how a Christian comedian stunned them at Mount Zion with the profound words he left for them.
Popular Gospel Actor and Evangelist, Mike Bamiloye in a recent post on his official Facebook page sends an important message to Christians which he titled, “What Oil Do You Hide In Your Bossom?”
According to him, there are multitude of empty vessels all around you waiting for the pouring of your oil, and you keep a jar of oil at home. There are multitudes of Neighbors who would gladly offer their empty vessels to receive the pouring of the oil from your jar, and you keep the Jar of Oil to your self. Now the Oppressors are tormenting you and you are running around yet, you keep a jar of oil in your house.
He then said to the sisters, “Dear Sisters, your gifts of singing and acting, your wonderful Gifts of Writing and Literary Composition, your amazing gifting of Interior Decoration and Culinary, all have a major slot in the Lord’s program of the end-time. There are several hungry, thirsty, and hopeless vessels waiting to be gladly filled if there is a Jar of Oil ready to pour out into them.”
He then told the story of a Christian Comedian. He said, “During the Mount Zion 20th Anniversary in 2005, a brother was invited. He was a christian standup Comedian. We laughed and we cried inwardly as he was punching us all with incredible revelation of the Word of God. He was preaching to us and speaking the truths to us, and rebuking so many who are sluggards and spiritually lazy in the House of God. He corrected a lot of Ungodly attitudes of God’s children. He never blasphemed the name of the Lord. He never touched on the Sacred Matters. He never moved near the Servants of God in his words. He embellished his moment with combination of fantastic inspiring music. He came upon the altar and left us all stupefied with the deep Words he left behind for us. That is Christian Comedian.
Finally, he said, What jar of oil are you hiding in your house? Devourers, Oppressors, Tormentors, and Suppressors will turn back when you begin to pour the Oil into Empty Vessels all around you.
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