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FRONT PAGE  |  9/18/2019
SUNDAY, AUG 4, 2019  |  17 comments
Cops pay thousands to street preacher
A street preacher who was arrested in London for promoting Christianity has been awarded $2,786 by the Metropolitan Police for wrongful arrest.

Nigerian preacher Oluwole Ilesanmi was arrested in February in front of a subway station after a passer-by called called police, accusing him of “Islamophobic” remarks. A police officer snatched the preacher’s Bible and said: “No one wants to hear that. They want you to go away.” Officers then drove him several miles away and let him out of the car.

The arrest prompted a petition campaign in March urging the British home secretary to protect street preachers. ...


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News Item8/7/19 2:04 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
CJ wrote:
Good books which may have been out of print can be found through this organization: https://banneroftruth.org
Thanks, yet more are needed
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News Item8/6/19 10:42 PM
CJ | Indiana USA  Find all comments by CJ
Good books which may have been out of print can be found through this organization: https://banneroftruth.org
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News Item8/6/19 1:07 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
John UK wrote:
Thanks Sister B for the history lesson. I find that sort of thing fascinating. Now that would be worth making a documentary of, and showing in Eire, don't you think?
Ireland's history repeats itself over the centuries along the same ilk of priest domination and hatred for truth, yet the official version plays on reverse, victimising the 'poor Irish' and defaming the protestant throne, ethics and sovereignty.

Many of such books need reprinted.

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News Item8/6/19 12:48 PM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
Frank wrote:
Pilgrim,
Just a quick answer. I don't know what the mark is, but I believe it will be some type of computer chip implant. It is something that means we desire to worship the antichrist and have pledged allegiance to him.
I think a disciple simply desires and knows that everything they have belongs to the Lord and "He" can do what He will with us or what we possess. It is not something that I decide.
Thanks bro,

1. It's possible. The guv here has enforced every dog to have a chip implant by law, so it ought to be easy enough to make another law for humans.

2. Amen, it sounds good to me.
_________________

Thanks Sister B for the history lesson. I find that sort of thing fascinating. Now that would be worth making a documentary of, and showing in Eire, don't you think?

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News Item8/5/19 8:18 PM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
John UK wrote:
Old books on missions ...
John, there are local biographies from not very well known people dating from the late 1800's and early 1900's where one can glean information detailing the work of Independent British Baptists and lay Anglican missions bringing the gospel to Catholics in Ireland.
Such missions funded itinerant lay preachers that went house to house selling bibles, talking, preaching in the open air and teaching the bible in rural catholic areas and homes, starting schools to educate the catholic children before the national school system took over education in Britain.
Many were mobbed by the priests using the local authorities to chase them away and stop a totally legal practice.

Some tricks were remarkable.
E.g., in one occasion RC priests forward themselves to serve as teachers in those independent day schools started by the Anglican missionaries.
Naively in good faith they were accepted with the condition that the scriptures should be daily read each morning before starting the classes. This they promised to do, only to manage ceremonially to read the scriptures to an empty classroom each morning while keeping the children out of the building as the scriptures were read
Such was the hatred for scripture

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News Item8/5/19 5:30 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John UK wrote:
Thanks brother and fellow pilgrim on the narrow road which leads to life. Can I ask you a couple of questions?
Tell me bro, do you have any idea what "take the mark" means"? I do not have an answer to this.
And do you also think that "forsaketh not all that he hath" means "putteth all that he hath at the disposal of the Lord Jesus Christ, to be used as He seeth fit"?
Thanks bro.
Pilgrim,

Just a quick answer. I don't know what the mark is, but I believe it will be some type of computer chip implant. It is something that means we desire to worship the antichrist and have pledged allegiance to him.

I think a disciple simply desires and knows that everything they have belongs to the Lord and "He" can do what He will with us or what we possess. It is not something that I decide.

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News Item8/5/19 4:39 PM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
Frank wrote:
Yes brother well said and your points were outstanding. How someone can say they belong to Christ, but are not one of His disciples is something that confuses me.
During the tribulation, those that are found by the antichrist will either die for the sake of the gospel or take the mark that means they will worship the false Christ.
Luke 14:33 So likewise, whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that he hath, he cannot be my disciple.
Thanks brother and fellow pilgrim on the narrow road which leads to life. Can I ask you a couple of questions?

Tell me bro, do you have any idea what "take the mark" means"? I do not have an answer to this.

And do you also think that "forsaketh not all that he hath" means "putteth all that he hath at the disposal of the Lord Jesus Christ, to be used as He seeth fit"?

Thanks bro.

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News Item8/5/19 2:51 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
John UK wrote:
Thanks for the info, sister. Yes it is unfortunate there seems to be a severe lack of teaching on taking up a cross. Maybe the current generation love their life too much? I don't know. How about if every church was to do a big series on counting the cost of being a Christian? Or on receiving Christ as Lord as well as Saviour? Or on preparing to die for Jesus? Or on realising that through much tribulation we must enter the kingdom of God? Things like that, in preference to patting the church on the head and saying, "There, there."
Old books on missions seem full of sacrifices and hardships and God's blessings and spiritual warfare and revivals.
Yes brother well said and your points were outstanding. How someone can say they belong to Christ, but are not one of His disciples is something that confuses me.

During the tribulation, those that are found by the antichrist will either die for the sake of the gospel or take the mark that means they will worship the false Christ.

Luke 14:33 So likewise, whosoever he be of you that forsaketh not all that he hath, he cannot be my disciple.

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News Item8/5/19 2:16 PM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
B. McCausland wrote:
This trend started well into the end of the 1800's when Anglican lay preachers evangelised Irish catholics by showing them the inconsistencies of their religion against the bible teachings, getting many converts to the faith. This they did by giving children to memorize particular Scripture texts contradicting roman doctrines.
As now, the preachers were silent by threats and imprisonment, training indirectly with this the next generation never to dare to do the same to this day
Nothing new.
Thanks for the info, sister. Yes it is unfortunate there seems to be a severe lack of teaching on taking up a cross. Maybe the current generation love their life too much? I don't know. How about if every church was to do a big series on counting the cost of being a Christian? Or on receiving Christ as Lord as well as Saviour? Or on preparing to die for Jesus? Or on realising that through much tribulation we must enter the kingdom of God? Things like that, in preference to patting the church on the head and saying, "There, there."

Old books on missions seem full of sacrifices and hardships and God's blessings and spiritual warfare and revivals.

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News Item8/5/19 2:57 AM
B. McCausland  Find all comments by B. McCausland
John UK wrote:
Oluwole said:
“I am in the United Kingdom to bring back the true message of the gospel that Christians many years ago brought to Nigeria. I have seen first-hand what sadly many Christians have suffered in Nigeria.
It is ironic that I was accused of exactly what the Muslims are doing in my country... When will the UK wake up and realise that submission to Islam ...
I was interviewed, charged and put on trial for being a hate preacher... But the most loving thing that a preacher can do is tell people the truth not just about the gospel but also about false religions,... ”
... It takes a [Pentecostal] "Redeemed Christian Church of God" pastor from Nigeria to show how it's done, and when it's all over - back to sleep in Zion UK.
This trend started well into the end of the 1800's when Anglican lay preachers evangelised Irish catholics by showing them the inconsistencies of their religion against the bible teachings, getting many converts to the faith. This they did by giving children to memorize particular Scripture texts contradicting roman doctrines.
As now, the preachers were silent by threats and imprisonment, training indirectly with this the next generation never to dare to do the same to this day
Nothing new.
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News Item8/4/19 11:33 PM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
For their is no King but Christ Alone, as their is no other means of reconciliation found in any other, than Christ being ones meditator Alone amen!

Spurgeon; When we preach Christ crucified, we have no reason to stammer, or stutter, or hesitate, or apologize; there is nothing in the gospel of which we have any cause to be ashamed."

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News Item8/4/19 9:24 PM
CJ | Indiana USA  Find all comments by CJ
We live in an age of lawlessness. Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter!
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News Item8/4/19 9:35 AM
Foster Walking | Emerald Coast, FL  Find all comments by Foster Walking
Oluwole Ilesanmi makes me a little more brave in this world that harasses Christians.
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News Item8/4/19 6:13 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Chris GP Wrote:
".. and yes a Muslim preacher, would not have been arrested."

Right there is the clincher, Chris, and the blind hipocrisy and rage towards Christians only, that's clearly evidenced by your own words above. The war isn't restricted to born again Christians, but anyone who falls under the "Christian" umbrella...the war is against The Creator and His Word, and anyone who believes in both, and the basics of morality.

Arrest a Muslim spewing their religious nonsense on a street corner? I don't think so. In fact, they could probably stand there screaming, death to the infidels; which encompasses anyone who isn't them, and the cops would probably just stroll on by. Yet, stand on that same corner, telling people about Christ, sin, reward and judgement, and oh boy, you're a criminal. The days sure have gone dark, haven't they, and it's a sad, sad thing to be witnessing.

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News Item8/4/19 4:55 AM
John UK  Find all comments by John UK
Following the case, Oluwole said:

“I am in the United Kingdom to bring back the true message of the gospel that Christians many years ago brought to Nigeria. I have seen first-hand what sadly many Christians have suffered in Nigeria.

It is ironic that I was accused of exactly what the Muslims are doing in my country and so many other countries around the world. When will the UK wake up and realise that submission to Islam is not the answer, that only the Lord Jesus Christ is the answer to the UK's problems?

I was interviewed, charged and put on trial for being a hate preacher. I have never been such a person, I have only preached about the love of Jesus. But the most loving thing that a preacher can do is tell people the truth not just about the gospel but also about false religions, such as Islam. I want to thank the Christian Legal Centre for the help and support and their free legal counsel.”

When will the UK wake up, he asks? I don't think it ever will. It takes a [Pentecostal] "Redeemed Christian Church of God" pastor from Nigeria to show how it's done, and when it's all over - back to sleep in Zion UK.

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News Item8/4/19 3:18 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
Many years ago, at the height of this “political correctness”, Abu Hamza, who is now enjoying lifelong confinement in a US supermax prison, for terrorism, actually ran the Finsbury Park Mosque in London, and when he was finally expelled from it, he held prayer sessions for a huge number of Muslims outside, haranguing the government and police, preaching hate, and Islamic supremacy, blocking the streets round about, while the police looked on and did absolutely nothing.

It was only after a lot of pressure, particularly from the US, that our government finally and somewhat reluctantly arrested Hamza, and despite every obstruction by his lawyers, finally deported him to the US for justice.

Yet, the police will think nothing of harassing and arresting a humble Christian street preacher of the gospel. Thankfully, we have got some sensible people on our magistrates benches, and a number of these cases have been thrown out by the magistrates when they have come to court. In this case our brother did not go to court as there was pressure on the Home Secretary at the time to force the police to apologise and compensate this brother for his treatment by the police.

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News Item8/4/19 3:09 AM
Chris G P | England  Find all comments by Chris G P
Praise God for this award by the police to this faithful African gospel preacher.

The sight of two white police officers accusing a black preacher of being “racist”, is surely very ironic.

This faithful man was preaching the gospel outside the suburban Southgate Underground Station (the tube; subway to you in the US), on the Piccadilly Line in North London.

He was not being contentious, but preaching from the Bible the necessity of salvation in the Lord Jesus Christ.

Apparently a local Muslim took great exception to this, and started waving his prayer beads about, and got right in the preacher’s face, before complaining to the police.

Actually he should have been arrested, not the preacher. I think subsequently the police had no option but to release our faithful brother, but did so in the most inconvenient way, by taking him a long distance away, and releasing him to find his own way back by public transport. People here are fed up of “political correctness”, and yes a Muslim preacher, would not have been arrested.

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