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"What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by emorse(m): 7:02pm On Sep 05

According to the video making rounds online, the UK-Based Pastor and Church Historian, Roberts Liardon said that the Churches in America don't enjoy the same liberty the Churches in Nigeria enjoyed.

"The thing that also impressed me was the way they pray. Everybody pray in tongue loud and aggressive, and you could hear the sound of the prayer of the 100,000 people, echoing into the heavens, it was phenomenon. I've been in great meetings with my grandmother and mum, I've been in revival during the 90's, they're all amazing but I've never had anything like this. They're praying in tongue with passion, declaring the word of God and it is raw, that there is revival," Roberts Liardon said.

The UK-Based Pastor said revival is already going on in Nigeria, while they discuss about it in America. "You know, in America we talk about revival, organize revival, have revival meetings, discuss revival. I do all that and I'm glad to do it but in Nigeria, they don't discuss it, they do it. All the argument we have here, whether we should pray in tongue out loud because of the government, it scares many of the big Churches and they do not want to answer questions and deal with issues that tongue create, but in Nigeria, everybody are roaring and praying in tongue aggressively, and that's how they praise God too. They praise God with the intensity of the spirit," Roberts Liardon.

He further added that the Churches in America don't enjoy the same liberty the Churches in Nigeria enjoyed. "What we are afraid to do in America, they do it freely in Nigeria. I'm telling you, it's an amazing thing. Revival is not coming to Nigeria, it's already landed, it's moving, it's growing and it's going to be a great thing to have such deposit brought back here to us. We need to build our churches like that but we're scared," Roberts Liardon said.

Here is the link to the VIDEOhttps://youtu.be/R4kp6xdzPLU]

Source: https://news-af.feednews.com/news/detail/a2f2336f3706f154009f9bf31641228c?client=news
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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Bola146(f): 7:04pm On Sep 05
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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Kobojunkie: 7:07pm On Sep 05
emorse:


The thing that also impressed me was the way they pray. Everybody pray in tongue loud and aggressive, and you could hear the sound of the prayer of the 100,000 people, echoing into the heavens, it was phenomenon. I've been in great meetings with my grandmother and mum, I've been in revival during the 90's, they're all amazing but I've never had anything like this. They're praying in tongue with passion, declaring the word of God and it is raw, that there is revival," Roberts Liardon said.
"Praying" in tongues is a lie! Another doctrine meant to deceive and delude folks in the name of God, away from God's own Truth. undecided

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by emorse(m): 7:07pm On Sep 05
As far as religion is concerned, the Nigerian government is scared of the Nigerian people... Or maybe they just use it to keep us busy.

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by donbachi(m): 7:08pm On Sep 05
Make dem ask ebola and covid-19
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Ammishaddai: 7:11pm On Sep 05
There's no revival in Nigeria . All that's here is just backwardness and hypocrisy in the form of religion . And that's why poverty and corruption keep infiltrating the Nigerian society

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Goldbw122: 7:23pm On Sep 05
He is right

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by yomi007k(m): 8:12pm On Sep 05
Ammishaddai:
There's no revival in Nigeria . All that's here is just backwardness and hypocrisy in the form of religion . And that's why poverty and corruption keep infiltrating the Nigerian society

Abi oo....who dey epp?

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Samunique(m): 8:23pm On Sep 05
emorse:
As far as religion is concerned, the Nigerian government is scared of the Nigerian people... Or maybe they just use it to keep us busy.
Nope, they're scared !

You can take anything away from a Nigerian, but don't tamper with his religion, bcs that's the only place he drives comfort and pleasure.

After all, our government has been a failure since God knows when !

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by gfaruk(m): 10:10pm On Sep 05
The only stuff they gave us nd we beat them to it is religion(both) we practice them lik say we be d inventor sm practise lik say make them change evrytin, lik say those who brought it no even sabi, dey jst to sabi am wella grin grin grin
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Emilokoiyawon: 10:25pm On Sep 05
Because Nigerians are slaves of the Palestinian god, Yahweh.

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by jesusjnr2020(m): 10:47pm On Sep 05
Not surprised but trust me sir, if you thought revival has already started in Nigeria, then you ain't seen nothing yet. Wait til you see what's coming, because this would be nothing compared to what is about to happen.

Nigeria is going to shock and shake the whole world. Remember what happened in Egypt right, with Moses and the Rod of God, something very similar is going to happen right here in Nigeria where the attention of the whole world would be beamed upon this nation. And it wouldn't be for something evil but for a very good thing, because God's gonna be the One on the console handling proceedings.

And it shall surely come to pass.

God bless.

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by kimco(m): 11:17pm On Sep 05
jesusjnr2020:
Not surprised but trust me sir, if you thought revival has already started in Nigeria, then you ain't seen nothing yet. Wait til you see what's coming, because this would be nothing compared to what is about to happen.

Nigeria is going to shock and shake the whole world. Remember what happened in Egypt right, with Moses and the Rod of God, something very similar is going to happen right here in Nigeria where the attention of the whole world would be beamed upon this nation. And it wouldn't be for something evil but for a very good thing, because God's gonna be the One on the console handling proceedings.

And it shall surely come to pass.

God bless.
Just Sad.
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by jesusjnr2020(m): 11:28pm On Sep 05
kimco:

Just Sad.
The feeling is mutual.
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Bodydiialect57: 11:42pm On Sep 05
Amen.
jesusjnr2020:
Not surprised but trust me sir, if you thought revival has already started in Nigeria, then you ain't seen nothing yet. Wait til you see what's coming, because this would be nothing compared to what is about to happen.

Nigeria is going to shock and shake the whole world. Remember what happened in Egypt right, with Moses and the Rod of God, something very similar is going to happen right here in Nigeria where the attention of the whole world would be beamed upon this nation. And it wouldn't be for something evil but for a very good thing, because God's gonna be the One on the console handling proceedings.

And it shall surely come to pass.

God bless.

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by paxonel(m): 1:22am On Sep 06
So, how does these revival translate to a better economy and good standard of living?

No revival in America yet they are far better

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by kimco(m): 9:01am On Sep 06
jesusjnr2020:
The feeling is mutual.
Yeah! I'm sure we both feel sad for you.
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 10:43am On Sep 06
Kobojunkie:
"Praying" in tongues is a lie! Another doctrine meant to deceive and delude folks in the name of God, away from God's own Truth. undecided
Say what you can defend before the Lord. "Every idle word.... "

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 10:45am On Sep 06
Brother Liardon, the feeling was surreal. Just having you in our midst the other time. The revival is upon us and by His grace, will spread to the ends of the earth. Blessings sir
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 10:46am On Sep 06
Ammishaddai:
There's no revival in Nigeria . All that's here is just backwardness and hypocrisy in the form of religion . And that's why poverty and corruption keep infiltrating the Nigerian society
Because the church are your political leaders huh? You voted for the pastors? How about paying taxes to them?
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 10:48am On Sep 06
paxonel:
So, how does these revival translate to a better economy and good standard of living?

No revival in America yet they are far better
Your president/ governors uses oil money to build mega mosques in the North. Not once, not twice has it become news on NL. Yet its the church that's the source of Nigeria's woes and tribulations.

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by jesusjnr2020(m): 11:25am On Sep 06
kimco:

Yeah! I'm sure we both feel sad for you.
If that figment of your imagination makes you feel better about your miserable self, please endeavor to believe it with all of your heart, soul, and mind.

I wouldn't want spoil a rare moment of satisfaction for you.
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by BRATISLAVA: 11:30am On Sep 06
Lollittaa:

Your president/ governors uses oil money to build mega mosques in the North. Not once, not twice has it become news on NL. Yet its the church that's the source of Nigeria's woes and tribulations.

Some will never see the light of enlightenment. There's this brainwashing that the church is the cause of Nigeria's problems. It's a flawed logict frequently expressed on this forum, and one wonders if people still think.

They ask why churches don't build roads, and develop the country, yet they cannot hold the people mandated to do it to account. They should even be happy that churches give them universities, hospitals and schools.

These churches were built on their own, not with citizen taxes. Just like the unending pilgrimage.

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 11:35am On Sep 06
BRATISLAVA:


Some will never see the light of enlightenment. There's this brainwashing that the church is the cause of Nigeria's problems. It's a flawed logict frequently expressed on this forum, and one wonders if people still think.

They ask why churches don't build roads, and develop the country, yet they cannot hold the people mandated to do it to account. They should even be happy that churches give them universities, hospitals and schools.

These churches were built on their own, not with citizen taxes. Just like the unending pilgrimage.
Throughout the ages, the church has always been hated. No doubt. But one will think that in this 21st century, with so much info on the Internet, people will read up first before they throw stones at the church. This administration has seen the president /governors taking crude oil revenue to build mosques, yet no Muslim, no matter how Liberal, will ever say anything, publicly, against it.
The Church of God in Nigeria owes no one any apology for building a bigger church for their God. Members, not the government are the ones funding these projects. My denomination has one of a 100000. Others are building even bigger. Detractors should get ready to cry blood. cheesy
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 11:37am On Sep 06
BRATISLAVA:


Some will never see the light of enlightenment. There's this brainwashing that the church is the cause of Nigeria's problems. It's a flawed logict frequently expressed on this forum, and one wonders if people still think.

They ask why churches don't build roads, and develop the country, yet they cannot hold the people mandated to do it to account. They should even be happy that churches give them universities, hospitals and schools.

These churches were built on their own, not with citizen taxes. Just like the unending pilgrimage.

BTW, isn't liardon unrepentantly gay?
Gay? You sure you aren't confusing him for someone else?
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by BRATISLAVA: 11:38am On Sep 06
Lollittaa:

Gay? You sure you aren't confusing him for someone else?
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 11:39am On Sep 06
BRATISLAVA:


It should be him.
Wooooooooooowwwww! You sure?
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by BRATISLAVA: 11:40am On Sep 06
Lollittaa:

Throughout the ages, the church has always been hated. No doubt. But one will think that in this 21st century, with so much info on the Internet, people will read up first before they throw stones at the church. This administration has seen the president /governors taking crude oil revenue to build mosques, yet no Muslim, no matter how Liberal, will ever say anything, publicly, against it.
The Church of God in Nigeria owes no one any apology for building a bigger church for their God. Members, not the government are the ones funding these projects. My denomination has one of a 100000. Others are building even bigger. Detractors should get ready to cry blood. cheesy

The unnatural hate for Christianity is something that won't go away.

But why must they pretend it's the cause of backwardness in Nigeria?
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 11:41am On Sep 06
BRATISLAVA:


It should be him.
I googled him o. I didn't see a mention of a spouse, man or woman.
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Lollittaa: 11:44am On Sep 06
BRATISLAVA:


The unnatural hate for Christianity is something that won't go away.

But why must they pretend it's the cause of backwardness in Nigeria?
the same Satan who sponsored the persecution and death of Christians all through the ages, even by the Catholic inquisition, is not relenting at all. He knows Christianity is legal in many countries. So he sponsors hate instead. If Christians and the Church of Christ can't be eliminated, they should be hated and blamed for everything that goes wrong.

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Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by Mercychen(f): 11:53am On Sep 06
Wow Glory!
And the revival is here to stay.
Re: "What We Are Afraid To Do In America, They Do It Freely In Nigeria" -us-pastor by KnownUnknown: 12:00pm On Sep 06
gfaruk:
The only stuff they gave us nd we beat them to it is religion(both) we practice them lik say we be d inventor sm practise lik say make them change evrytin, lik say those who brought it no even sabi, dey jst to sabi am wella grin grin grin

The mourners who wail louder than the bereaved. Even worse, no one died.

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