Pastor Bassey James: How I Escaped Death At Akan Weeks Church By Yielding To The Holy Spirit

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December 12, 2016 – Pastor Bassey James: How I Escaped Death At Uyo Church By Yielding To The Holy Spirit

Pastor Bassey James of the Royal House of Faith Ministries, Lagos, said God saved him from dying in the collapsed church building.

Pastor James said as he sat at the ministers’ section of the church during the service, a voice told him to leave his seat. As he left his seat and sat somewhere else, the same voice told him to relocate to another place. The pastor said he again left where he sat to another place.

“I moved and sat at another place. The spirit also said I should move to another place. Yes, the spirit said I should change my seat again. I did. Ten minutes thereafter, the building collapsed. Heavy rods collapsed on people,” he recalled.

The pastor said he was tempted to sit where the governor sat, but he first chose to sit with the other pastors before the spirit directed him to move to another place.

“The man that was seated with the governor was hit. So many commissioners were there. I would have loved to sit where the governor sat, but I decided to sit with the ministers, but when I sat there the spirit told me to relocate.”

9 thoughts on “Pastor Bassey James: How I Escaped Death At Akan Weeks Church By Yielding To The Holy Spirit

  1. abegi.
    the same holy spirit could not tell you to inform ppl of the danger ahead.
    all these false stories.
    so it would make it look like he is Godly.

    rituals have been made.
    ppl have died.
    i keep telling ppl.
    no be by church o.
    if all those fools had stayed home that day,they would all have been alive.
    if u like die inside church
    on top bible.
    if you not in the right path with our creator then its either heaven or hell.
    no 2ways.
    fuck.scam.do shit..
    on the last day counts .

    false prophets everywhere.
    Christianity has been compromised.

    • @COMEANDMARRY, CAN you tell me that in your years of experience you have never had promptings to do something, which you didn’t understand, only to be thankful at last that you had done it, or in the case you had not done it, regret? You ended your comment well, but the beginning is unneccessarily sarcastic.

  2. so the spirit did not tell you to tell congregation what was to happen? keep thank GOD that he saved you, leave the spirit aside baba.

  3. All of these Pastors are collaborators, all of them get their power from the same source. He probably knew what will happen that day. I’m not that thrill with your testimony. You all connive to sacrifice innocent souls. The God is not the God of destroyer. God cannot kill his own people in horrific way like this. This is the man-made death caused by devil followers pastors.

    I don’t think this Pastor should get away with this murder. Somebody must pay for this. We are talking about 160 lives here. Do we just want to classify this as ordinary mishap and move on? No way. That is one thing about we Nigerians, our lives mean nothing to us. TB Joshua get away with this kind of crime that is why this is happening again. If that guys is still in four wall of prison cell, this self acclaimed pastor will not repeat the same thing. It is pity that one uninformed and poor people are being used as sacrificial lamb.

  4. It is very sardonic, rude, lackadaisical, un- pedantic and annoying if a man of God can have the mind to speak in a cacophony and ramshackle way publicly, mocking the innocents deceased by saying “the holy spirit redirected me to relocate”. So far as I, as M.D Saaku is concern, that same said so called pastor need to be prosecuted. For the fact that you merely escaped the death doesn’t make you holy, take note of that. You should be weeping now for the missing souls, and not trying to proof your holiness. May God forgive you no mater how conspired and abetted you may be. May their souls rest in perfect peace. Cheers.

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