Holy Book of Egbesu: The Presence of the Almighty God! Seventh Letter to Sensitize the Izon nation. By Prophet Ajabowei (Son of Egbesu)

Prophet Ajabowei (Son Of Egbesu)

Take note: This letter is officially owned by Prophet Ajabowei.

Egbesu the son of Egbesu, the God of Izon.

1 Egbesu is the voice of the Almighty God Egbesu. Except you call upon Egbesu, you will not enter the kingdom of Egbesu, the Father.

2 As the scripture says, ” You will never find the Kingdom of Egbesu: except you pass through the son of man.”

3 And the scriptures said, ” I will make three gods that will always follow Egbesu:

4 You Agwo-biri Opugha-duwei, you Egbesubiri-opugha-duwei, and you Erubiri-opugha-duwei, from now on you will follow my beloved son Egbesu: wherever he goes, you must go with him!

Ajabowei visist Egbesu and Opugha-duwei!

5 That’s why when I wanted to carry on the assignment, I went to the Temple of the Mighty God Egbesu with Wuru-ololo, popularly called Gin the Bottle, and made a mandate with the Father!

6 I left there to Agwobiri-opugha-duwei, from there to Egbesubiri-opugha-duwei, from there to Erubiri-opugha-duwei, to follow me to accomplish the vision.

7 But truly, they are gods that created to follow Egbesu, the son of Egbesu the Father.

8 I saw them: they said, they will join us to fight the battle against the wicked ones, and won it!

9 They also said, ” They can never crown the Egbesu Golden Crown in Akikoromoh Ajabowei absent.

Opugha-duwei ( called Ancestor) is existing.

10 Opugha-duweima Kokobai-oniwomo-emi to E-oyeriditei Oni-emo-gbolomoh-sudoutimi ( called Daweisugho):

11 Those people he told you about, truly, they are existing. I saw them, and they said, they will join us to fight this battle and won it.

12 Opugha-duweima Wurukomo-karimi the Akpo-kara-emiye says, “Consulting those people he told you about is also legal.” ;

13 For this fulfilled the scripture that says, ” Do not afraid of them because I have many people in this land.”

Elei-abu! Also called the Wise!

14 So you, Elei-emiwei Elei-emi-arau! Be careful with your mouth, and go and meet the Okparan-abuma, and confess your sins to him before the judgement day.

15 But Berina-fimi Elei-ikulawei-bagha-miniye is still emphasizing that, ‘The wise shall always live!” So, you Din-berin-ebisuke-dimini-abu! It will make you futuristic!

16 Then you, Kimi-batei-fimi Kegha-teima-igou-fa! There is no way you wicked people can escape the coming judgment upon you! When I saw this, I say, Igbabrapagha!

The gods that always follow the Akikoromoh!

17 During the days of Jesus the Christ ( called Akikoromowei), High Priest Matthew, High Priest Mark, and High Priest Luke;

18 remembered John the Baptist, and they crowned Akikoromowei the Messiah!

19 But the scripture said, ” When Akikoromoh Ajabowei (called the New Comer) came,

20 High Priest John the Togo,High Priest Tompolo, and High Priest Pius the Egbemanite remembered Jasper the Adaka Boroh; and they crowned Akikoromoh Ajabowei (called the Saviour).

The Great Men Words

2 Perekemo-doubra to Peremi-oni-dougha-miniye Iye-nimigha-pere! Always bear in mind that in Izon nation, is the Mighty God Egbesu that will chose a king!

2 Tuwa-weriko Oguru-korumini-afinima the Oguru-lagha-miniyan adviced, “Stop planning evil against the innocent ones: the Almighty God Egbesu will never surrender His beloved children to you!

3 Don’t abandon the laws and the teaching of the prophets; just because, you want to practice biblical sexual immorality, like Toumoh-tumoh Taba-mini-otu!

4 “Train up a child the way he should go, not the way you want him to go.

5 Children, always obey your parents: For this is the right thing to do.

6 ” Respect your father and mother is the first commandment that has a promise added:

7 So that all may go well with you, and you shall live a long time in the land.”

8 Parents, do not provoke your children to anger; but rather, raise them with Egbesu discipline and instruction.

9 But the scripture says, “We should not trouble trouble until trouble troubles us!”

10 Truly, Egbesu-sudou-ogun Otibimapelekon is a truthful man; he is still lamenting that,

11 ‘May the Egbesu battle axe cut off the heads of the wicked ones, whenever they’re ready to crown the Egbesu Golden Crown!’

12 Formulate and stamp indelibly on your, a mental picture of yourself as succeeding;

13 Hold this picture tenaciously; that means, unwilling to yield or give up: Never permit or allow it fade, because your mind will seek to develop it. Don’t build up obstacles in your imagination!

14 You’re the architect and the builder of your destiny. Egbesu has already done everything that He has going to do in your life.

15 The ball is now in your court. If you want success, prosperity, or long life: then, you’re going to do more than meditate or believe.

16 You must declare words of faith upon your life and your family. Because you change your world by changing your words!

17 Nurture your mind with great thought. If you want to be successful, you must think until it hurt.

18 Most people are mentally lazy by nature. Train your mind to think and to dream again: your mind is like a muscle, it must be excise to grow!

19 True happiness is not how you dress your body. As the scripture says;

20 “The fruit of the spirit is love, joy, grace, longsuffering, gratitude, and thankfulness.”

21 You’re unconquerable. Greater is he that is in you than he that is in the world. there is a dynamite on the inside of you:

22 Spiritual wonders, extraordinary glory; that means glory that beyond expression in words: an ineffable glory!

23 This is our heritage; an inherited power. Power that reproduces itself with more excellence. Unspeakable, or supernatural glory; Glory that unable to measure!

24 But the greatest tragedy to befall a person is to have sight, but lack vision. Never betray a real friend!

25 Watch your actions; they become habit. Watch your habits; they become character. Watch your character; it becomes your destiny!

26 “Remember that those who already have the mark of Egbesu can never be defeated.”

27 Because, Bibi-tibi-miyen-mini-otu is now above eighty years, but still looks like the youngest one.

28 Therefore, I advice you Elei-emi-otu to follow the example of Bibi-tibi-miyen-mini-otu!

29 Then, you can live long and eat the fruit of your labour at your ripe age, like Elei-dein-otu, famously known as the Wisest Man!

30 Never forget to pay your tithes to the Egbesu priests, for more of the blessings that ‘ Egbesu Blessing ‘ will bring again.

31 And don’t hesitate to confess your sins to the priests, when you sin against the Mighty God Egbesu, the God of Izon!

32 For the scripture said, ” Salvation come through confession: and by faith man believe onto righteousness. “

33 Iduwopa-idumumi Itarigha-seigha the Asouta Abarakumoh also encouraged, “You must leave your home for you to be successful, but when the blessings come don’t forget your grass root.

34 Stop betraying the youths against one another. Allow them to decide for their selves.

The Division among Gbana-emi-otu and Gbanagha-abu.

3 As the scriptures say, ” When the son of man comes in his glory, and all the holy ones with, the he shall sit on his royal throne. And before him, the people all nations shall be gathered.

2 He shall put the Bibi-tibi-miyen-mini-otu, also called the Righteous on his right, and the others on his left.

3 ‘Come, you that are blessed by my Heavenly Father Egbesu: the Amananawei (called the King) will say to the people on his right hand;’

4 Come and possess the Ibe, also called the kingdom, which been planned for you ever since the beginning of the earth.

5 I was thirsty and you gave me a drink, hungry and you fed me: I was a stranger and you received me in your homes, naked and you clothed me;

6 I was sick and you took care of me, in prison and you visited me.

7 The Biri-ebi-otu’s will then answer him, ” When, Nana-owei (called Lord), did we ever see you thirsty and give you drink, or hungry and feed you?

8 When did we ever see a stranger and welcome you in our homes, or naked and clothe you?

9 When did we ever see you seek or in prison, and visit you?”

10 The Amananawei, also called the King will then reply, ‘I tell you, anytime you did this for one of the least important of these members of my family, you did it for me!

11 Then, he shall say to the Birisei-otu the Wicked Ones, ‘Go away from me, you that are under Egbesu’s curse!’

12 Away to the eternal fire which has been prepared for the Ogiren-wei the Devil, and his Abiri-abu (called Angels).

Many Egbesu; but one God is serve!

13 Egbesu is one God, but people called him different names; the way He appeared to them.

14 Like the biblical way of calling God: The God Abraham, God of Jacob the Israel:

15 Or the way Okesilo-abu, also called Jemine Jonah the Ajama-tamarau call God.

16 That’s why you will find out that, we have many names of calling Egbesu, but one God is served!

17 Gbaraun-wei Egbesu, Ekeremo-wei Egbesu, Egbema-abu Egbesu, Okerenkoko Egbesu, Oloudia-ama Egbesu, Ajabowei Egbesu etc, but one is serve!

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