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Thursday, 16 August 2012

Exposing the dragons that speak like Jesus’ sheep: ‘Born again’ catholic Fr. Magembe Expedito and J B Mukajanga continue to be used by Satan to keep Catholics deceived.



....can a leopard change its spots..(Jeremiah 13:23)

 
13 For such are false apostles, deceitful workers, transforming themselves into the apostles of Christ. 14 And no marvel; for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. 15 Therefore it is no great thing if his ministers also be transformed as the ministers of righteousness; whose end shall be according to their works. (2 Corinthians 11:13-15) 



FIRST READ:

Deceptive antics of the Catholic Charismatic renewal: Father Expedicto Magembe of Mountain Sion and Christ the King prayer Group




Born again Catholics!!!!!!: Exposing JB Mukajanga’s Fire ministry

 http://watchmanafrica.blogspot.com/2010/02/born-again-catholics-exposing-jb.html



Ecumenical deception: Rev. Fr.Expedito Magembe the Devil’s anointed one  




CULT WITH IN A CULT: THE CATHOLIC CHURCH CULT IN UGANDA PANICS AS SUB-CULTS INCREASE WITH IN IT





Mount Sion prayer centre: The catholic charismatic center



The catholic church is under panic . Many of its former faithfuls like my self have fled the satanic catholic church. In order to prevent further exodus from the catholic church , the church has started the so called charismatic renewal . This system of Satan has preachers who look to be born again. They now hide their rosaries and other catholic deco.. while on TV so that they are not easily recognized. I want to state categorically that these are liars, do not be part of them. You can not be born again and remain in the catholic satanic system. There is a place called Mount Zion prayer center under Fr. Expedito Magembe where so called born again catholics go to pray. They have really mastered what is going on in the Pentecostal churches and imitate it in order to keep catholics deceived.



The deception of the catholic church in Uganda has reached incredible proportions. The catholic church in Uganda has realised that people have come to discover that it is a counterfeit from the devil. Many Ugandans have fled the catholic deception and joined born again churches. To prevent further exodus of people from the main Catholic Church, the Catholic Church is trying to use the false signs, and devil anointing to keep people deceived . In fact it appears they have already infiltrated the Pentecostal church in Uganda . Every saint of the Lord Jesus Christ ought to know that the catholic church is preparing for the ecumenical unity of all faiths. They have already started the catholic charismatic movement whose members speak in tongues, and are sleigh in the spirit just like the members of some of the Pentecostal churches in Ugandan.


Satan is using signs and wonders to deceive people. In Uganda the devil is disgusted by the rate at which people formerly trapped in religion are getting saved every other day. So the devil has decided to change tactics to fool people. He has raised ministers with a counterfeit anointing to keep people trapped. These ministers ARE in many Pentecostal and charismatic Christianity. The Catholic Church in Uganda is overwhelmed at the rate at which people are surrendering their lives to the Lord Jesus after fleeing the Catholic Church. So, the catholic satanic system in Uganda has devised a technique of copying the false anointing in Pentecostal and charismatic Christianity. They have started PROSPERITY, miracle and fire ministries to keep people trapped. One of these ministries is the so called JB Mukajanja’s Fire ministry. Be warned that this guy is a minister of satan. You can get born again and you remain in the catholic satanic system.


Fr. Magembe Teaches about Forgiveness



Christians have a very big and heavy cross to carry. That’s the cross of forgiveness. It’s a heavy burden for modern Christians to forgive one another. The bible says that we should forgive one another 7x7 times. It means many times.

Fr. Magembe clarifies that unforgiveness leaves a lot of burdens on our hearts and is one of the major causes of our daily suffering. Sickness like loss of body, colour, weight deficiency, High blood pressure, among others are live example of un forgiveness hearts. 

Fr. Magembe advises us to forgive one another. This is one of the short cuts to getting cure and relief from some of our suffering. One will get a peace of mind after forgiving the other. This will grant him a healthy mind and subsequently a healthy body. 

Fr. Magembe also noted that Forgiveness is a gift from God. It’s one of the gifts of Holy Spirit. We should always lead a prayerful life so as to get forgiving hearts. Prayer is an important aspect in this line.

Fr. Magembe clarifies upon the issue of falling when praying. This is a very contagious issue that is confusing society today. People wonder why one falls when engulfed in prayer. Some think that it’s a result of witchcraft or evil spirits that are trying to leave some one and eventually make him or her fall. He noted that at times it’s the heavy burdens of heart that are being released. He gave an example of Children who fall when being prayed for. Some always have heavy burdens on their hearts like mistreatments by step mothers, lack of basic needs like clothing among others. After or during prayer they get peace and some of their burdens are released forcefully by the power of the loving God hence falling as it is seen in the picture above.

Fr. Magembe gave an analogy of coffee plant. It always has excess branches but these turn out to be a disadvantage to farmer. It has to be pruned so as to remove the excess branches and come up with a quality yield. These extra branches are like the problems we have in our lives. One of them is unforgiveness. We always have to get rid of them so as to remain with a quality life. 

Father Magembe Expedito also gave an example of chest pain. Sometimes but not always it’s one of the burdens on our hearts which is as a result of unforgiveness. If we fail to forgive, our hearts and chests bear the burden. One will move to all kinds of specialists and doctors but in vain yet the solution is simple, forgiveness.

 

JB MUKAJANGA FIRE MINISTRIES


"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven (Matthew;5:14–16) "
JB Mukajanga Fire Ministries is rooted in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal. The ministry is a spiritual child and affiliated to Mt. Sion Catholic Prayer Center Bukalango - Uganda. John Baptist Mukajanga works in close partnership with Fr. Anthony Musaala who is a renowned gospel artist and preacher. Our main objective is to take Jesus Christ to the people in their communities at whatever cost.

http://jbmfireministries.org/index.php?page=activities

Dedicated to reach out to children with the greatest need who are at a high risk of abuse and neglect. Our approach is to create a new environment for them that is safe, nurturing, and centered in the love of Christ. “Oh the joys of those who are kind to the poor! The Lord rescues them when they are in trouble . the Lord protects them and keeps them alive. He gives them prosperity in the land and rescues them from their enemies. The Lord nurses them when they are sick and restores them.” (Psalms: 41:1­3)

Outreach ministry
"Jesus called together his twelve disciples and gave them power and authority to cast out demons and to heal all diseases. Then he sent them out to tell every one about the kingdom of God and to heal the sick" (Luke 9:1­2)

To love Jesus and to make Him loved may cost what it may ­ this is what we desire!

We‘re passionate about actively taking the gospel to the nations. We don’t just want to deliver a message ­ we want to demonstrate the abundant love of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to see precious lives impacted and transformed by His grace. The good news of Christ is just too good to be kept to ourselves.

Currently, our missions and outreach teams minister directly to the lost and needy both in Uganda and out of Uganda , John Baptist also preaches the Word at overseas meetings and conferences, impacting the respective nations with the gospel of grace. Every act of kindness to these precious people is an act of our worship to our Lord Jesus. We believe that He is glorified through the testimony of our good works.

It‘s our privilege and honor to have been able to share our blessings with our local population in Uganda, as well as with people in other nations like Tanzania, Mali, India, Angola, Kenya, Congo.

During our visits to the sick, we realize that regardless of their ailments, some patients are also spiritually sick. We take them food to their souls, giving them hope and assurance, reminding them of God‘s love and care for them, on many occasions when they are healed spiritually, they are lifted up and the physical healing process is quickened. We also supply some items to help nurture their physical wellbeing, catering for both their physical and spiritual needs. “What good is it, dear brothers and sisters, if you say you have faith but don‘t show it by your actions? Can that kind of faith save anyone? Suppose you see your brother or sister who has no food or clothing, and you say “good­ bye and have a good day; stay warm and eat well”­ but then you don&rdquot give that person any food or clothing. What good does that do? So you see, faith by itself isn‘t enough. Unless it produces good deeds, it is dead and useless.(James 2:14 ­ 17)

During our visits Schools, we notice that these youth not only long for God’s love, but they also need someone to assure them that they are not alone. Many feel abandoned, rejected and not loved by anyone. Our team offers them love, care & counseling. We also remind them to remember their creator before their time comes. “young people its wonderful to be young! Enjoy every minute of it. Do everything you want to do; take it all in. but remember thet you must give an account to God for every thing you do. So refuse to worry and keep your body healthy. But remember that your youth, with a whole life before you, is meaningless” (Ecclesiastes 11: 9 ­ 10 )