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Tuesday, 11 November 2014

Uganda mourns apostate prosperity and dominionist preacher Dr.Myles Munroe: He Inspired Muslims and Catholics but never led them to the Lord Jesus Christ to be born Again .They worshipped the creature (Dr.Myles Munroe) instead of his Creator( the Lord Jesus Christ). Dr.Myles Munroe drew attention to himself instead of the Lord Jesus Christ.



“The church must not be preoccupied with leaving earth. Don’t pray to go to heaven; pray for heaven to come to Uganda, just like it is in the Lord’s Prayer,” Dr. Myles Monroe


….that which is highly esteemed among men is abomination in the sight of God. (Luke 16:15)

Speaker Rebecca Kadaga Kisses Pope Benedict XVI's ring

 "His special message for Uganda is still fresh in the minds of many who interacted with him or who watched him on the live telecast on October 8 2013”. says Ms Rebecca Kadaga(staunch catholic) 

 Dr Joseph Serwadda, the Presiding Apostle of the Born Again Faith in Uganda said the world had lost a great leader and teacher.

“While we mourn his death, we celebrate his life as a great teacher on government and leadership. He secured his life by dedicating it to the work of God,” Serwadda said.


Ms Sarah Kagingo, the president’s special assistant for communications, who relayed on Mr Museveni’s social media accounts events and photographs at the breakfast, told this newspaper: “He was very inspiring. He spoke to humanity no matter your faith. Even as a Muslim, I was touched and moved. He said the only thing worse than dying is living without purpose. His seven principles of the eagle also touched me.”

 

Mr Charles Rwomushana(a staunch catholic) said, “No preacher impacted me more than the late Myles Munroe. He cracked the horizons of knowledge to establish where the Almighty God puts human souls after this earth’s life, adding, “And with your usual generosity at sharing knowledge, you would love to share with a poor soul like Charles Rwomushana.”

Uganda mourns preacher Munroe

 http://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/Uganda-mourns-preacher-Munroe/-/688334/2518222/-/q6t9s2/-/index.html  




 
By IVAN OKUDA

Posted  Tuesday, November 11  2014 at  10:01
In Summary
Munroe died in a plane crash in the Bahamas together with his wife, Ruth Ann Munroe, daughter Charisa and six other people on board. His plane reportedly flew low and struck a crane 

Kampala.
As the sun rose yesterday in Uganda, giving way to a new week, the sun in Bahamas was setting on internationally renowned best-selling author and preacher, business and leadership coach, Myles Munroe of Bahamas Faith Ministries International.

Munroe died in a plane crash in the Bahamas together with his wife, Ruth Ann Munroe, daughter Charisa and six other people on board. His plane reportedly flew low and struck a crane.
By mid-day, some Ugandans were still praying that the news, that made rounds in international media houses, was either incorrect or yet to be confirmed.

It was only later in the afternoon that the news sunk in, pricking hearts of many who met the preacher through some of his more than 60 books and physically when he graced our Parliament’s 15th annual National Prayer Breakfast as guest speaker on October 8 last year.

"His special message for Uganda is still fresh in the minds of many who interacted with him or who watched him on the live telecast on October 8 2013”. Ms Kadaga says
At the event, coming on the eve of the independence celebrations, Dr Munroe appeared to have tickled hearts of all and sundry, with the president and first lady paying keen attention to his key note address, delivered in a guttural voice, each word forming a building block of another.
Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga was the first and only government official by close of business yesterday to share her eulogy.
In a press statement, she wrote, “I was honoured that he could respond to my invitation at rather short notice, given that usually because of his busy schedules and itinerary, he normally required two year’s notice. His special message for Uganda is still fresh in the minds of many who interacted with him or who watched him on the live telecast on October 8 2013”.

Ms Sarah Kagingo says Munroe spoke to humanity no matter what faith
Ms Sarah Kagingo, the president’s special assistant for communications, who relayed on Mr Museveni’s social media accounts events and photographs at the breakfast, told this newspaper: “He was very inspiring. He spoke to humanity no matter your faith. Even as a Muslim, I was touched and moved. He said the only thing worse than dying is living without purpose. His seven principles of the eagle also touched me.”
Former head of political intelligence desk at state house, Mr Charles Rwomushana said, “No preacher impacted me more than the late Myles Munroe. He cracked the horizons of knowledge to establish where the Almighty God puts human souls after this earth’s life, adding, “And with your usual generosity at sharing knowledge, you would love to share with a poor soul like Charles Rwomushana.”
For those upon whom his books made a lasting impression and the messages in the talks sunk in the hearts of hearts, Dr Munroe’s sudden demise means the loss of a man only greatness can define. To believers, he has only gone to rest with the Lord whose purpose he duly served.
Who is Myles Munroe?
Born on April 20 1954, Munroe was the author of 69 books and a motivational speaker whose teaching cut across leadership, philosophy, theology, human inter-relations and contemporary politics.
Online sources report that he had degrees in fine arts, education and theology from Oral Roberts University (1978), a Master’s degree in administration from the University of Tulsa (1980), and has been awarded a number of honorary doctoral degrees.
He traversed the world as a speaker winning audience from government and business leaders, academic institutions and church congregations. The father of two personally addressed over 500,000 people each year on personal and professional development, and received hundreds of invitations annually to speak worldwide.


Dr Munroe was due to visit Uganda again
 

Publish Date: Nov 12, 2014
 
Dr Munroe was due to visit Uganda again
Dr Myles Munroe visited Uganda last year, and he was planning on coming back in 2015. (CREDIT: vision2lead.ning.com)

newvision

By Taddeo Bwambale



In October last year, the late Dr Myles Munroe made his first visit to Uganda and was a guest speaker at the National Prayer Breakfast, Christian Convention and Business Forum.


His lecture on the theme: “Business Leadership in the 21st Century” took place on October 9, the same day Uganda was celebrating its 51st Independence Anniversary.


The Conference Centre at Serena Hotel where the Business Forum was taking place was filled to capacity, as diplomats, heads of corporation and scholars listened to Munroe’s words of wisdom.


Munroe joked that in spite of achieving independence, most Africans were still held back by intellectual bondage.


He compared Uganda to his home country, the small Island of Grand Bahama, revered for its pristine beaches, sand but with no known reserves of mineral resources.


Munroe wondered how countries endowed with a wealth of mineral resources can afford to lose their skilled professionals through brain drain.


“I want to encourage the government leadership in Uganda to think about brain drain. When you educate your people, keep them at home,” he stated.


Munroe repeated his preaching that every human has a natural gift and a purpose to fulfill a specific duty on earth. “The greatest tragedy in life is not death, but a life without a purpose,” he once stated.


By the end of the two-hour session, the congregation was scrambling for audio recordings of his lecture that had been quickly put on sale outside the conference hall.


The previous day on October 8, 2013, Munroe had spoken candidly during an evening Christian Convention titled: ‘What is God Saying to the Church Today?’


He challenged the church to take an active role in other spheres such as politics, business and arts and demystified the belief that the church must only engage in spreading the gospel.


“The church must not be preoccupied with leaving earth. Don’t pray to go to heaven; pray for heaven to come to Uganda, just like it is in the Lord’s Prayer,” he said.


Dr James Magara from the Uganda Jubilee Network, the organisation that hosted Munroe in Uganda said his message had a lasting impact on the world.


“We grieve his death but celebrate his life. Munroe lived a purposeful life and inspired many, especially in the third world to rise to greatness,” Magara said.


According to Magara, Munroe was scheduled to visit Uganda again in 2015. He had also promised to help establish a leadership academy in the country, together with partners.


“We had contacted his team and what was left was only to set a date when he would come,” Magara told New Vision on Monday.


Untimely death

The news of Munroe’s death, along with his wife Ruth, daughter Charisa and six other travellers in a private jet on Sunday afternoon caught many people across the world in shock.


A world renowned preacher and evangelist, Munroe, the leader of Bahamas Faith Ministries (BFM) was on the way to the 2014 Global Leadership Forum that opened on Monday.



Dr Myles Munroe was with his wife and daughter on the ill-fated jet that killed them all

The Bahamas Ministry of Transport and Aviation said the plane, a Lear 36 Executive Jet, departed the Lynden Pindling International Airport at 4:07pm and crashed while making an approach for landing at a privately owned Grand Bahama International Airport at 5:10pm.


The plane struck a crane at the Grand Bahama Ship Yard, exploding on impact and crashing into the ground near a junkyard area, the ministry revealed as it announced a full investigation to establish the cause of the accident.


Senior Vice-President of BFM, Dr. Richard Pinder, newly installed youth pastors Lavard and Radel Parks and their son Johannan; Pilots Stanley Thurston and Farkhan Cooper and one additional passenger were confirmed to have died in the crash, a statement from BFM said.

Tributes pouring in from across the world hailed Dr Munroe as a mentor, leader and servant of God. Popular quotes from his motivational lectures went viral on social media yesterday.


The First Lady, Janet Museveni paid tribute to Munroe in a Twitter post, stating: “I'm deeply saddened by the death of Dr. Myles & Mrs. Ruth Monroe. Condolences to the family and the families of all those who lost their lives.”


Dr Joseph Serwadda, the Presiding Apostle of the Born Again Faith in Uganda said the world had lost a great leader and teacher.


“While we mourn his death, we celebrate his life as a great teacher on government and leadership. He secured his life by dedicating it to the work of God,” Serwadda said.


Enduring legacy

Born on April 20, 1954, Munroe grew up in a family of 11 in one of the poorest suburbs in the Bahamas. At the age of 13, he turned to the Bible to find answers to their predicament.


He went on to acquire three bachelor’s degrees in four years, a masters degree and five doctorates from five different universities.


Munroe became an international motivational speaker, best-selling author, business consultant and advisor to over 50 governments across the world. He built a network of leadership training institutes; a publishing company, a television network, radio and web communications and a church community.


As a motivational speaker, Munroe travelled to over 130 countries, addressing government and business leaders and church congregations, with a reach of over 500,000 people each year.


He authored over 100 books and contributed to various Bible editions, journals, magazines, and other Christian publications.


In 1998, Munroe was awarded the Order of The British Empire (OBE), bestowed upon him by the Queen Elizabeth of England.


In one of his last media interviews with KTN’s JKL Show in Kenya on October 24, he spoke about how he would die.


“I want to challenge every Kenyan to go to the cemetery and disappoint the graveyard. Die like the Apostle Paul who said I have finished my course, ‘I have kept the faith and I have been poured out like a drink offering. There is nothing left. I am ready to die.’ That’s how I wanna die because there is nothing else for me left to die,” he told the show’s host, Jeff Koinange.


“When you die, die like I am planning to die. Empty. It’s finished,” he repeated, the Standard Newspaper reported.


In a statement, the organisation said the Global Leadership Forum would proceed as ‘Dr Munroe would have wanted.’


First Read: 

When pilgrims and sajouners spend almost all their time preparing people to be comfortable in this fallen world: Famous prosperity gospel and purpose driven gospel preacher DR. MYLES MUNROE dies in plane crash dies with his wife and nine others. There is an urgent need to repent from preaching the mammon prosperity and purpose driven gospel or else we will be accountable before GOD.REPENT NOW!!

http://watchmanafrica.blogspot.com/2014/11/when-pilgrims-and-sajouners-spend.html  

 

New Age Prosperity Pimp preacher Dr. Myles Munroe coming Kampala(Uganda) on October 8th , 2013 to deliver a message from satan, ‘What is God saying to the church today’ for 50,000 Uganda shillings each

http://watchmanafrica.blogspot.com/2013/10/new-age-prosperity-pimp-preacher-dr.html

Uganda’s Speaker of parliament and Prime Minister meet the Pope

http://watchmanafrica.blogspot.com/2012/12/ugandas-speaker-of-parliament-and-prime.html

Prosperity Gospel Gone Wild: Joel Osteen’s Witchraft – Myles Munroe charging over $100 To Watch Church Services

From Uganda to South Africa : Dr. Myles Monroe infests Africa with blasphemy and dominion heresy on his so called African tour


Dr .Myles Munroe’s Uganda tour to Uganda: An exposition of the ecumenical and apostate state of the Ugandan Church


Pastor Myles Munroe asks African leaders to emulate Mandela instead of Jesus Christ : I have never done any big thing without consulting God through prayer. Said, Museveni.

http://watchmanafrica.blogspot.com/2013/10/pastor-myles-munroe-asks-african.html


Dr. Myres Monroe Famous extra biblical quotes

"Let me define prayer for you in this show. Prayer is man giving God permission or license to interfere in earth's affairs. In other words, prayer is earthly license for heavenly interference." (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 12, 2004)


….God can do nothing on earth, nothing has God ever done on earth without a human giving him access….Always looking for a human to give him power of permission. In other words, God has the power, but you got the permission. God got the authority and the power, but you got the license. So even though God can do anything, he can only do what you permit him to do Myles Munroe, "(This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 12, 2004)


“That's why angel's need our permission to function. It says they are here to do our bidding. They can't even act without our permission, you see. But, here's the bigger statement: Even God Himself is illegal on earth. Why? Because, He is a spirit and the law He set up by His own mouth was that only spirits with bodies can function on earth legally."(Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 12, 2004)



"Why can't God take care of Pharaoh by Himself? Why can't God invade that government and disrupt that process and set them free by Himself? He is illegal. (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


“God has done nothing on earth without a human co-operating with Him”. (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 12, 2004)


"Heaven depends on earth for interference. If He [God] could just find two people like you [Benny Hinn] and I to agree. We agree for God to do this thing. Then God says, 'Thank you very much for permission!' Then He [God] can come." (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


"Our prayer is a strange experience. We normally ask God to do things, God is telling us to command Him permission to do it for us." (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


“God could do nothing on earth, nothing has God ever done on earth without a human giving Him access." (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 12, 2004)


“He [God] could not name those animals because He [God] is illegal.” (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


"O' Lord, heal this man. God says, 'No! No! No! Talk to the sickness, I am already healing the guy. What I need is permission to get the healing on earth.'" (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


"When a human gets healed and becomes well again, God Himself is able to stay here legally longer." (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


"Every spirit is trying to find a body. Can I give you another shocker? [Benny Hinn: You bet!] Even the Holy Spirit, because He cannot function here without a body. That's why your called the body of Christ. And it says our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit. Cause He Himself needs to be legal to function." (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


"God says, 'If my people,' now if means, 'I would like to fix this, but I can't fix this without a human giving me permission.'" (Myles Munroe, "This Is Your Day," Benny Hinn, July 13, 2004)


"God and His angels need our permission to work on earth". Oh really? What does the Word of God have to say about this rank dominionist stupidity?


“And all the people of the earth are counted as nothing; and He does according to His will in the army of heaven, and among the people of the earth. And none can strike His hand, or say to Him, What are You doing?” Daniel 4:35



For I am Yahweh your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Savior; I gave Egypt for your ransom, Ethiopia and Seba for you”. Isaiah 43:3 



“But our God is in Heaven; He has done whatever He has pleased”. Psalm 115:3


Every thing Yahweh pleased, He did in the heavens and in earth, and in the seas and all deep places. He causes the vapours to rise from the end of the earth; He makes lightnings for the rain; He brings wind out of His storehouses. He who struck the first-born of Egypt, both of man and animal; who sent signs and wonders into your midst, O Egypt, on Pharaoh and on all his servants; who struck great nations and killed mighty kings, Sihon king of the Amorites, and Og king of Bashan, and all the kingdoms of Canaan, and gave their land as an inheritance, an inheritance to Israel His people. Your name, O Yahweh, endures forever, and Your memorial, O Yahweh, throughout all generations”. Psalm 135: 6-13

Prosperity Gospel Gone Wild: Joel Osteen’s Witchraft – Myles Munroe charging over $100 To Watch Church Services





http://beginningandend.com/prosperity-gospel-wild-joel-osteen-myles-munroe-charging-100-services/

 Pastor Munroe recently charged $199 just to watch a pay-per-view showing of his church conference on the internet! Myles Munroe is a very sophisticated Prosperity Gospel Preacher. Rather than just stirring up the congregation to “sew a seed” of money and await their blessing, he has built an entire false doctrine centered on the Kingdom of God. Munroe’s doctrine (as will be seen in the video below) is the following:


1. God created the Earth for humanity to rule it. 2. Through sin in the Garden of Eden, the ‘ownership of the Kingdom’ on Earth was forfeited. 3. By seeking God and putting faith in God and Biblical living, we can re-enter the Kingdom and reclaim our Royal position. 4. Once we have re-entered the Kingdom, all material blessings are available to us because we now have full dominion over the Earth and everything in it. So whatever we want or need in life, we can will it to happen or be received.
As will be seen in the video below, not only is Munroe preaching unbiblical heresy, he is also preaching from an Antichrist spirit. From the onset, he denies Jesus Christ any glory by saying Jesus was merely a messenger to let us know about the Kingdom of God and the power we have to reclaim the Earth and all of its goods.
Munroe says: “the main reason for Jesus to come to the Earth was not to go to the cross.” The Bible taught otherwise:

And Jesus answered them, saying, The hour is come, that the Son of man should be glorified. 24 Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit. 25  He that loveth his life shall lose it; and he that hateth his life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal. 26 If any man serve me, let him follow me; and where I am, there shall also my servant be: if any man serve me, him will my Father honour. 27  Now is my soul troubled; and what shall I say? Father, save me from this hour: but for this cause came I unto this hour. 28  Father, glorify thy name. Then came there a voice from heaven, saying, I have both glorified it, and will glorify it again. 29  The people therefore, that stood by, and heard it, said that it thundered: others said, An angel spake to him. 30  Jesus answered and said, This voice came not because of me, but for your sakes. 31  Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the prince of this world be cast out. 32 And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me. 33  This he said, signifying what death he should die. Hebrews 9:26: “He then would have had to suffer often since the foundation of the world; but now, once at the end of the ages, He has appeared to put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself.”

Mark 8:31: “And He began to teach them that the Son of Man must suffer many things, and be rejected by the elders and chief priests and scribes, and be killed, and after three days rise again”
Munroe then says: “Jesus came not because of the cross primarily but to share the message that we can  “re-enter the Kingdom” (speaking of Earthly Kingdom, royalty and wealth).”

The Bible says the ultimate purpose of God’s love and plan for us is that:  “But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” (Romans 5:8)
For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved. – John 3:17.
Jesus came into this world to provide eternal life, not to usher in a Kingdom on Earth for Christians to have “dominion” over today. Jesus died because that was the only way to satisfy the wrath of God against the sins of every human being who has ever lived. Jesus took on the punishment we were supposed to so that we could have a chance to live in Heaven and not go to Hell. Munroe on the Kingdom
Munroe: “Jesus said ‘It is my Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom’…Jesus sent out His disciples two by two to preach the ‘Kingdom of Heaven has come unto you.’”
Like many false teachers, Munroe has to use Scriptures out of context. Here is the context of the first verse he quotes: “Fear not, little flock; for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.  Sell that ye have, and give alms; provide yourselves bags which wax not old, a treasure in the heavens that faileth not, where no thief approacheth, neither moth corrupteth.  For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also.” (Luke 12:32-34)

The clear point of Jesus’ words here is that the “Kingdom” is spiritual and Heavenly, not one on Earth. The passages states that we should value “treasure in heavens that faileth not” which cannot be corrupted. The focus of Christ’s message, in context, was on eternal life, not the short, present life. And our hearts follow what we treasure. Munroe completely takes this verse out of context to make it say the exact opposite of what Jesus meant.

Regarding Jesus sending out disciples to ‘preach the Kingdom’, Munroe says: “After these things the LORD appointed other seventy also, and sent them two and two before his face into every city and place, whither he himself would come.  And heal the sick that are therein, and say unto them, The kingdom of God is come nigh unto you.” (Luke 10)


So going by Bible Scripture, what does the phrase: “Kingdom of God” mean? It is salvation in Jesus Christ. The belief in Jesus Christ as your Savior, who died for your sins, and was raised three days later in glory, conquering death and the grave is the “Kingdom of God.” For this time being, for those who are on Earth and believe, Jesus reigns in our hearts and fills us with the Holy Spirit. We know this from Jesus’ own words: “And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you.”  (Luke 17:20-21)

Jesus’ point was that the Kingdom of God at present, arrives when someone puts their faith in Him. And that belief happens in the heart, hence it coming without “observation.” You cannot see the moment someone becomes a believer. It is a decision in the heart. Jesus further confirms this by saying the kingdom of God is “within you.”  The world today in this fallen, sinful age is not Jesus’ Kingdom. He made this clear as well: “Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence.” (John 18:36)
Jesus set up a Kingdom in the hearts of believers in His first coming. At His Second Coming, He will come to physically establish His Kingdom on Earth. That is when the saints will rule and reign and have “dominion.” Not in this present world. In fact, Jesus identifies who rules this present age and world we live in: ” Now is the judgment of this world: now shall the prince of this world be cast out.” (John 12:31)


By his extensive quoting of scripture, Munroe very cleverly changes the gospel message by relegating Jesus and elevating the “Kingdom” which of course, allows us to have control, luxury, wealth and all the good things to satisfy our lusts.  At 5:30 in the video, Munroe goes into complete blasphemy by saying that preaching about “calvary” or “the blood of Jesus”, the baptism of the Holy Spirit or “the Resurrection” was a strategy of Satan! This is an incredibly blasphemous statement.  Once again, the Bible says the exact opposite:  For Christ sent me not to baptize, but to preach the gospel: not with wisdom of words, lest the cross of Christ should be made of none effect. For the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness; but unto us which are saved it is the power of God. (1 Corinthians 17 17-18)


This verse is explaining that the main purpose of a follower of Christ is to preach the gospel. And the Gospel is about Jesus saving humanity from our sins, not about taking dominion of the Earth today. The Apsotle Paul affirms this by saying that when we try to add our “wisdom of words” to the Gospel message, we make the cross Jesus died on have “none effect.” This is exactly what Munroe is doing. He is trying to preach a new revelation about the Kingdom, that he says most people have not even known about. And his Gospel of the Kingdom has nothing to do with the blood of Christ, which was shed as a payment to have the sins of humanity forgiven. He calls that type of preaching a plan of the devil. This again, is pure blasphemy and falsehood. (And we see more blasphemy and disrespect when Munroe mocks Jesus for calling Himself “the door”).

In the book of John, Jesus again explain what his exact purpose for coming to Earth was:
For I came down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me.. And this is the will of him that sent me, that every one which seeth the Son, and believeth on him, may have everlasting life: and I will raise him up at the last day. (John 6:38-40).
The entire mission of Jesus was to give His life and resurrect so He could provide eternal life to those who believe and trust in Him. We never see Jesus telling his followers to take over or command an Earthly Kingdom. As we have demonstrated above, Jesus did not consider the world he lived in His Kingdom. What was most important was that Jesus save the souls of men, not their bodies. He did not come to ensure everyone dominate the finances of the world.