Blantyre-based Malawian prophet Levi Jussa has advised journalists in the country not to be sensational in reporting prophecies, arguing doingso dilutes God’s message.
Founder of the Glorious Gospel of Christ Ministries (GGCM), Jussa said in an exclusive interview with Nyasa Times that reporters world over must crave to make sure they help people in seeking God through their writing.
“We are not seeking God and his word. Instead of doing so, we are getting confused [by the literature we read] such that we are now busy searching for pastors and prophets and not God.
“In other words, we are searching the solutions instead of the one who brings the solutions,” said the prophet, citing Isaiah 55vs 6-7.
The prophet’s sentiments come high on the heels of controversial reportage that has been the sight of the last few months regarding the fall of Nigeria’s TB Joshua’s church a few weeks ago.
“It is time to fight the devil, and glorify the Lord. And reporters can help us do that by writing when the lame walk, the sick get healed and when the dead rise.”
Jussa also urged his colleagues to get united and “learn to respect one another.”
He spoke of his ministry saying that it started in 2012, and “has seen it all.”
“The Ministry started with just three people and we moved from one house to another since the landlords were chasing us for failure to pay rent.”
But he said God has performed wonders.
“We are a large grouping now and we meet in a much bigger hall behind Kulinji Hall – just after Zion Stage next to Somanje Stage in Blantyre.”
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