Prophet Olagoroye Faleyimu, the founder of Blessing and Miracle Church of Christ, who claimed he saw a vision that Funke Akindele, while on her journey from heaven to earth, had chosen to marry gateman, and wealth and fame as against long life is fake.
Every genuine Christian knows the concept of Destiny (àyànmó, in Yoruba Language) is a deep seated “African myth”. This does not hold water in the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
There’s nothing like anybody choosing what he/she would become on earth while still in heaven. Were we even conceived in heaven, anyway? Nay! That’s the height of ignorance! We were conceived in the womb.
God said, “Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee; and before thou camest forth out of the womb I sanctified thee, and I ordained thee a prophet unto the nations.” Jeremiah 1:5.
Funke Akindele or any of us was never in heaven. We all originated from our mother’s womb!
It’s true we are all born into sin, because we all inherit the nature of Sin from Adam; and we have the propensity to live and die in sin, and go to hell. Yet, no one chose to become sinner from heaven. And the Good News is that, if we turn to Christ, He will forgive our sins, and empower us with the grace to overcome sin, and change our destination from hell to paradise.
This is the genuine Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Anything different from this is fake!
Anyway, I don’t expect Funke Akindele to take such a man serious. If I were in her shoes, I would sue the fake prophet.
How would someone just wake up from a self-afflicted nightmare and begin to spew thrash about someone who is not even a member of his church, just to get cheap attention?
Any man who professes to be a man of God, but preaches heresy, is fake! Don’t be deceived!