1 From Ajabowei to the existing souls of the Izon.
2 I consulted Dayanwei, and he said, ” Illiterate is someone that knowing very little about politics, science, etc.
3 That’s why many of our children went to reseaching centers for more knowledge of the world, but due to their illiteracy, they became educated illiterate.
4 They still don’t have the opinion of their own. For this fulfil the scripture that says;
5 He who has no opinion of his own, but depends the opinions of others is a slave!
6 But I saw Tibi-biri-karawei also called Plato, and he said, ” Let the wise shall rule and lead, and the ignorant, and the educated illiterate shall follow.”
Advice for the Youths.
7 Nobody will give you freedom: if you are a man you take it.
8 But when oppression became a mental conditions, physical freedom is not enough.
9 Once ability to gain freedom was seen to be possible, nationalists became tempted to struggle for it.
19 Men who build the future are those, who know that greater things are yet to come.
10 But your best friends are those who bring out the best in you!
11 I saw Eperekontei, and he was a real friend. For this is the fulfilment of the scripture that says;
12 Some friendships do not lasts, but some friends are more loyal than brothers.
13 You have to pay the price; you will find out that everything in life exact a price, and you will have to decide whether the price is worth the prize.
14 What you look at the longest becomes the strongest in your life. (Forgetting those that are behind, and reaching forth unto those things whice are before.
15 But your enemy is anyone who breaks your focus from an Egbesu ( God of Izon ) given assignment.
16 And your friend is anyone who helps you to focused on the instructions of Egbesu.
17 So control the music and the teaching that enter your ears. What you hear determines what you feel.
18 Pursue and permit only relationships that increase your focus on your assignment. May Egbesu bless Keti-abu! As you do so; so you say! Igbabrapagha!
Billical Sexual Immorality:
2 Oweitobou Iyorotobou to Zuzu-otoutaba! This your action is a biblical sexual immorality.
2 Toumo-tumo- taba to Mimikpo! This your action is also a biblical sexual immorality.
Confess your sins and be normal!
3 Barrister E-oyerighawei to Pere called the Lawyer!
4 Go and confess your sins to the Egbesu priest, so that you people may be normal; and be useful in the future kingdom of Egbesu ( God of Izon )
5 Because, Bekewei Otimibranimi remembere his past, and confessed his sins; so his doing good now!
6 But for the scripture says ” If a man said he as no sin, he is a liar, and there is in truth in him.”
7 Confessing your sins to the Egbesu priest for forgiveness, will never remove anything from your body;
8 But rather, it will give you a hope in the brighter future kingdom of Egbesu ( God of Izon )
9 The scriptures say, ” Even Apostle Paul confessed his sins to the priests, and went to the Temple,
10 And put on sackcloth, and pour ashes on his body; by joined the ceremony of purification ( Ikolo-kolowei ), that was lasted for seven days, and he became normal.”
11 So then, Akin-womo-emi also called the Mad Preacher! Go and confess your sins to the Egbesu priests, and purify yourself for seven days;
12 by joining the ceremony of purification ( Ikolo-kolowei), so that you too may be normal, and have your share in Egbesu’s future kingdom.
13 But when the Holy Book was opened, I saw the list of the rejected ones; and it was sealed and stamped.
14 No Angel in heaven nor on earth, can remove or add any name: because the decision has been taken by the Holy ones!
3 How terrible for you teachers of Egbesu law and Pharisees! You hypocrites!
2 You lock the door to the Kingdom of Egbesu ( God of Izon ), in the people’s faces; and you yourselves don’t go in: neither do you allow those who are trying to enter!
3 How terrible for Amami-emi-abu, by whom the son of man is betrayed; it would have been better for him, if he had never been existed.
4 You hypocrites from the capital city of hypocrisies! How can right and wrong be partners? How can light and darkness live together?
5 How can Egbesu and the Devil ( Ogboni-abu ) agree? What does a believer have in common with an unbeliever?
6 How can Egbesu’s Temple come to terms with Pagan idols ( Ogboni-abu-erusibe-wari )?
7 For we are the Temple of Egbesu the Almighty God! As the scripture says,” I will make my Home with my people and live among them; I will be their God and they shall be my people.”
8 And so the Egbesu said, ” You must leave them and seperate yourselves from them.
9 Have nothing to do with what is unclean, and I will accept you. I will be your Father, and you will be my sons and daughters.”
10 You serpents, you generation of Vipers! How do you expect to escape the damnation of hell?
11 Until you crown the Egbesu golden crown, you will never have peace in your life. So you say! Igbabrapagha!
You Can Boast!
4 Akepiriboteki! You can boast! But as the scripture said, ” Whoever wants to boast must boast about what Egbesu has done.”
2 I, prohet Ajabowei, make a personal appeal to you by the meekness and gentleness of our God Egbesu, who in presence am base among you, but being absent am bold toward you.
3 I beg you not to force me to be harsh when I come; for I am sure I can deal harshly with those who say that I act from worldly motives.
4 It is true that we live in the world, but we do not fight from worldly motives.
5 For the weapons of our warfare are not worldly weapons, but Egbesu’s powerful weapons which we use to destroy Ogboni-abu ( Occultists.)
6 We destroy false arguments; we pull down every proud obstacle that is raised against the knowledge of Egbesu; and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Egbesu.
7 Someone will say, ” Ajabowei letters are weighty and strong, but when he is with us in person, he is weak and his words are nothing!”
8 Such a person must know that, there is no difference between what I write in my letters when I am away, and what I will do when I am there with you.
9 Of course I would not dare to classify myself or compare myself with those who rate themselves so highly.
10 How stupid they are! They make up their own standards to measure themselves, and they judge themselves by their own standards!
Be A Forgiving Leader:
11 If you want to travel far and fast, travel light. Unpack all of your envy, bitterness, resentment, rage, and fear.
12 Never reject forgiveness or the opportunity to forgive. The weak can never forgive, because forgiveness is a characteristic of the brave, the strong, and the wise.
13 A coward never forgives; it is not his nature. But a wise man will make haste to forgive, because he knows the true value of time, and will not allow it to pass away in unnecessary pains.
14 Always chose the future over the past: Things fall apart, no one can change them.
15 Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.
16 Forgive your enemies, but don’t forget their names. May Egbesu always bless Keti-abu! So you say! Igbabrapagha!
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