Ajabowei’s Second Letter to the Izons
The Ark of God
1 From Ajabowei to the Egbesu devotees in Izon nation, who belong to Egbesu the Almighty God.
2 May Egbesu our Father give you grace and peace.
3 Egbesu is the Izon name of calling the Almighty God of Israel; which Egbesu has said through our ancestors.
4 He said, ‘ to show the different between you and the Gentiles ( non Izons ), you must call me Egbesu.
5 We should thank Egbesu that, the Ark of God that contained the two tablets: which contained the laws of the God of Israel, their God and Ours,
6 that was lost during the time the Babylonians invaded the cities of Israel, was found and brought to the Izon nation by our ancestors.
7 So then, rejoice and be glad that Egbesu the Almighty God of Israel has revealed Himself to His chosen people again.
8 When the Holy Book was opened, I saw my Heavenly Father said to Inibiribou-tubou! All these are my own people!
9 But to Igbabrapagha! So you say! And to Sibe-osei-osain! Am a jealous God!
10 We must thank Egbesu at all times for you, brothers and sisters, you whom the Egbesu loves.
11 For Egbesu chose you as the Spirit’s Power to make you His holy people and by your faith in the truth.
12 Egbesu called you to this through the Good News we preached to you; He called you to possess your share of His Kingdom ( United States of Izon Nation ). For this fulfil the scripture that says;
13 ” I am making a new earth and heavens. The events of the past will be completely forgotten.
14 Be glad and rejoice forever in what I create. The new Izon I make will be full of joy, and her people will be happy.
15 I Myself will be filled with joy because of Izon nation and her people. There will be no weeping there, no calling for help.
16 Babies will no longer die in infancy, and all people will live out their life span. Those who live to be a hundred will be considered young. To die before that would be a sign that I had punished them.
17 People will build houses and live in them themselves – they will not be used by someone else.
18 They will plant vineyards and enjoy the wine – it will not be drunk by others. Like trees, my people will live long lives. They will fully enjoy the things that they have worked for.”
19 So then, brothers and sisters, stand firm and hold on to those truths which we taught you, both in letter and preaching.
20 May Egbesu Himself, you loved us and His grace gave us unfailing courage and a firm hope,
21 encourage you and strengthen you always to do and say what is good. So you say! Igbabrapagha!
The Wisdom Seekers
2 When the Holy Book of Egbesu was opened, I saw prophet E-oyerigha ( called Echo ) the Arogboite, from the capital city of Arogbo.
2 And he said, ” Injustice, discrimination, selfishness, and greediness! All these are crimes!
3 Only a fool will allow himself to be crown, because if you advice a fool; he becomes super fool.
4 For this is the fulfilment of the scripture that says, ” Wise men know where they’re going. Fools do not.”
5 Wisdom begins when you sincerely want to learn. To desire wisdom is to love her.
6 To love her is to keep her laws; to keep her laws is to be certain of immortality;
7 immortality will bring you close to Egbesu the Almighty God.
8 This desire for wisdom can prepare you to rule a Kingdom.
9 So then, you that rule the Izon nation, if you value your thrones and symbols of authority, honour wisdom so that you may rule forever.
10 Who can ever learn the will of Egbesu the God of Izon?
11 Human reason is not enough for the work, and our philosophies tend to mislead us,
12 because our physical bodies weigh our souls down.
13 A sensible king can be depended on to give his people Egbesu kind of security.
14 Can’t you see it blind leaders that we are all dying by weapons. For this fulfiled the prophecy of Echo.
The Vision of Izon Nation
3 When I reached Agadagba-ama, one of the cities of Arogboites, I spent a few days with the believers of Egbesu.
2 But when am about to leave, I accidentally met Bridge, a Developite, from a city in Development.
3 But before I departed from Agadagba-ama. Bridge, the Developite became a full devotee of the gospel and was sent out to preach the Good News of our God Egbesu, in all the Izon kingdoms
4 Bridge started Agadagba-ama and passed through the cities of Ukuminites to the cities of Tarinites,
5 from Tarinites to the cities of Egbemanites, from Egbemanites to the cities of Oprozites, from Oprozites to the cities of Gbaranites.
6 When Bridge, the Developite spent a while with the Gbaranites, he decided to spread the Good News of our God Egbesu,
7 in the remaing living kingdoms of the Izonites by connecting them as a nation.
8 For this is the fulfilment of the scripture that says,” Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.”
9 From the days of Jasper the Adaka Boroh, until now the Kingdom of Egbesu has suffered violent attacks, and violent men take it by force.
10 I will join High Priest Tompolo to fight for Izon nation.
11 Egbesu said to me, Igbabrapagha! So you say! Today I give you the authority to over nations and kingdoms to uproot and to pull down, to destroy and to overthrow, to build and to plant.
12 We must surely build the Izon Nation. But the scripture said, ” This book of the law shalt not depart out of thy mouth;
13 but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success.”
14 Thousand may fall at my side; ten thousand at my right hand, but no one will hurt me because Egbesu said so;
15 Touch not my anoited King neither harm my chosen Prophet.
16 They that wait upon Egbesu shall find their strength renewed. They will rise on wings like eagles; they will run, and not be weary; and they will walk, and not grow weak. So you say! Igbabrapagha!
The Chosen One
17 Egbesu had said through our ancestors that, ” Here is my servant, whom I have chosen, the one I love, and with whom I am pleased. I will send my Spirit upon him, and he will announce my judgement to the nations.
18 He will not argue or shout, or make loud speeches in the streets. He will not break off a bent reed, or put out a flickering lamp.
19 He will persist until he causes justice to triumph, and in him all peoples will put their hope.”
20 But prophet Erebe Ajabowei Emmanuel Akiri is the God of Ajasco; The Only Self Made God; The King David of our Time; The Oracle of the Mighty God Egbesu; The Son of Igbabrapagha! So you say!
21 The future glory of Arogbo kingdom has left Erubiri to Egbesubiri. So you say! Igbabrapagha!
The Last Days
4 Whenever Egbesu want to deliver His people; is a last day.
2 When Egbesu sent Moses to rescued the Israelites; our ancestors in the land of Egypt, was a last day.
3 David was anoited by the Almighty God of Israel to save the Israelites, from the hand of Philistines; it was a land day.
4 Also, Jesus the Christ was sent to gather togather the lost sheep of Israel; it was a last day. For this is the fulfilment of the prophecy of Joel that said;
5 This is what I will going to do in the last days, said the Lord of Host: I will pour out my Spirit on everyone; your sons and daughters will proclaim my message; your old people will have dreams, and your young people will see visions.”
6 Arise, Izon nation, and shine like the sun; for Egbesu our Father has ready to fight againsts our enemies.
7 You will see this and be filled with joy; You will tremble with excitement.
8 The wealth of the nations will be brought to you; People will tell the Good News of what Egbesu has done!
9 For the scripture says, ” When the Lord turned again the captivity of Zion, it was like a dream!
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