Adewale Giwa, senior pastor of Awaiting The Second Coming of the Church of Jesus Christ, has said that if rapture occurs, many pastors will transform the bus drivers. In a declaration, Giwa urged religious leaders to inspire their members to stand firm in God’s Word.
He notes that some pastors now lose faith in God by depending on humans to end the current epidemic. The outspoken cleric, who led these religious leaders to 1 Peter 5:2, said, “We shall recognise them by their fruits, the Scripture says.
“I was in the country, having enjoyed myself before I took over this Ministry. When I finally freed myself, I vowed to hold on to the truth and die for God, rather than dying for humans.
“Some pastors began to panic only because of the illness created by Lucifer’s agents. Don’t be a driver who drops off before the bus departs. Do you see how they take that so lightly now? They don’t do the preaching.
“If a man of God should open his mouth to say that he depends on the solutions of science, then he does not know the God he serves. During the time of tribulation so many pastors would turn to conductors.
The journey to heaven is going to be difficult, because it takes those who last to be saved for ever. A driver loads passengers into the bus but fails to reserve a seat for himself as the bus departs.
“What’s a driver profiting from boarding the bus, but being left behind? This is synonymous with the popular saying, ‘What good is it for a man to acquire the entire universe, but to forfeit his soul?’
“There are others who do not practise what they preach and can be identified as” conductors “in these groups of people. Jesus said to His disciples,” Should any man come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross everyday, and obey Him, in Luke 9:23.
“So, I urge all of us to refrain from serving as conductors as we celebrate Christ’s Resurrection, but live in the WORD.
“This isn’t a time for panic, it’s not a time to attack each other. Yet it is time to allow our leaders to preserve their faith in God.